• Steve Wong

Unity and Harmony

Unity and harmony are and should be the backbones of any great design and paintings

Though unity and harmony may sound similar, they each play distinct roles in the way we experience interior design.

They can be described as follows:

Harmony is the sense that all of the elements of your design and thoughts fit together. They may fit the same theme, aesthetic style or mood. The important takeaway is that each distinct piece seems to belong together in some way, even if it is not identical to anything else.

Unity refers to the repetition of particular elements throughout your paintings — whether they’re colors, shapes or materials — to pull the look together.

These principles are used to create a sense of cohesion in any space and space of any sizes. Think of how you can incorporate them, not only in one canvas but all your canvases and all your canvases as a whole.

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