Hey, there! I thought that today I could open up a discussion about Three-Dimensional Design. This is a great way to decorate with intention and really draw upon a little bit of whimsy and sweetness in a space. Three-Dimensional Design is…
…Taking something from two-dimensional to three-dimensional…
Simple enough, right? Let me show you what exactly I mean.
Do you see the artwork in the background with the red and white design? Well, those colors have intentionally been brought into the three-dimensional realm with the addition of the wingback chair and pillow (although, I find that pillow sort of disappointing, don’t you?).
This example is a little bit harder to see — you’ll just have to look closely! The mural on the back wall of all of the plants is stepped forward with a real plant, which is off to the right side. See it? This is one of the most classic ways in which to use three-dimensional design — and one of the easiest!
Where are some areas in your home where you have used three-dimensional design. I’ll bet it’s one of those things that you’ve been doing without even realizing you’re doing it! ;-)
All images from Lonny.