1. Contrast. Contrast is the basic shaping technique of artistic design. Comparing two different things, shapes, colors, etc. is called contrast. Putting two obviously opposite elements in the same space makes them both opposite and harmonious, both contradictory and unified, obtaining sharp contrast in the strong contrast, and seeking the effect of complementarity and satisfaction.
Two, harmony. Harmony implies harmony. On the premise of meeting the functional requirements, it makes the combination of shape, color, light and quality of various indoor objects coordinated and becomes a very harmonious and unified whole. Harmony can also be divided into the harmony of environment and shape, the harmony of material texture, the harmony of color, the harmony of style and style.
3. Symmetry. Symmetry is a traditional technique of formal beauty, and it is the earliest law of formal beauty mastered by humans. Symmetry is divided into absolute symmetry and relative symmetry. Symmetry gives people the beauty of order, dignity, neatness and harmony.
Fourth, balance. In life, the golden rooster is independent, and the actors walk a tightrope. The balance of strength gives people a stable visual art enjoyment, and allows people to obtain a visual balance. The balance is the configuration of shapes, components and colors according to the central axis and the center point. Comparing balanced and symmetrical forms, there is a lively, vivid, harmonious and beautiful charm.
Five, levels. For a decorative composition, it is necessary to distinguish the levels so that the picture has depth, breadth and richness. Lack of hierarchy makes me feel mediocre, and interior design also pursues a sense of spatial hierarchy. For example, the color ranges from cold to warm, the brightness ranges from bright to dark, the texture ranges from complex to simple, the shape ranges from large to small, from square to round, the composition ranges from aggregation to dispersion, and the texture is single to diverse. All can be regarded as rich layers. Variety. Level changes can achieve extremely rich visual effects.