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Art and design are seen as distinct disciplines, but there are natural similarities between them, and many of the key elements are the same. The elements and principles are often thought of as belonging to a set of clear categories, and these apply to works of any purpose. The elements in works of art and design are a reflection of the principles used to create them.

Color (also known as hue) is a wavelength of light. Considering a piece of art, the observer may note the range of colors used or avoided. Color can evoke emotion or symbolically represent aspects of culture or society. Complimentary colors may create contrast, while analogous colors create harmony. Monochromatic colors demonstrate variations of a single color using various tints and shades. Colors may be cool or warm.

Value (also known as tone) encompasses the light or dark aspects of color. Value also covers the contrast between light and dark on a scale from white to black. Value may demonstrate depth.

The simple line offers great variety. Lines have a position, a direction in space and a single dimension represented by their length. Lines may run horizontally, vertically or on a diagonal. Lines may be straight, curved, dotted, wavy, thick or thin. They subtly organize and direct the eye of the observer, leading him through the piece of art as if on a tour, giving direction and communicating movement. Lines can show texture and emotion.

A shape is a closed line forming geometric or free-form/natural areas in space. Shapes may be two- or three-dimensional. Shapes have length and width and may show perspective. Shape as a closed line may also perform some of the duties of lines, giving direction and leading the observer visually. Circles and rectangles are examples of shapes.

Form encompasses three dimensions, adding depth to the length and width of shape. A pyramid, cylinder, box or ball represents a form. Both manmade forms and organic/natural forms exist. Shading may add the illusion of form.

Texture translates the quality of a surface, representing its look and feel. The qualities of texture may range from soft to hard, smooth to rough, wet to dry. The look (or implied texture) does not have to match the feel (the tactile or real texture).

Space represents the area around an object, within an object or between objects. Space may give the illusion or effect of depth. Positive space represents the subject of a piece. The area around objects may be referred to as negative space and acts as more than emptiness. Negative space serves to balance and to highlight positive shapes.

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Making walls out of cardboard

Large rooms in your home may need to serve more than one purpose, such as providing a living space for two teenagers or creating an office space in a bedroom. Yet, you may not want these different spaces to be connected, and building a wall may appear to be your only option in redesigning the room. However, before you invest in the expense of a carpenter, consider constructing your own walls out of cardboard. The cost is significantly less and when you want to alter the room again, the cardboard can be removed from the space.

Measure the area where you want the wall. Measure both the height and width of the space.

Gather the cardboard. Purchase large cardboard sheets from a home improvement store or use large cardboard boxes.

Cut the cardboard with a utility knife. If you are using sheets of cardboard, cut the cardboard based on your measurements. If you are using cardboard boxes, cut off enough of the pieces of the boxes to match the measurements you have taken.

Tape the pieces of the cardboard boxes together using plaster wall seam tape. This type of tape will allow you to paint over the seams from the pieces.

Lay the cardboard wall on the floor.

Measure the width of the cardboard and mark off every two feet with a pencil and ruler.

Fold the cardboard like an accordion. At each two-foot mark, fold the cardboard lengthwise. With each fold, turn the cardboard in the opposite direction of the fold before. Stand your wall upright.

Paint the wall with acrylic paints and a paintbrush if you want a solid color wall.

Draw images on your wall with a pencil and paint them in with acrylic paints if you want designs on your wall.

Paint the cardboard a solid color, cut out shapes from pieces of cardboard and attach them to the wall with glue if you want to add dimensions to your wall. Once the glue dries, paint the shapes with acrylic paints.


Kitchen Cabinet

Kitchen and desk drawers provide convenient storage for all sorts of items. But it may become challenging to find smaller items after enough things are dropped into a drawer. A drawer organizer sections off spaces of appropriate sizes for stored goods. Small items go into a space that can't accommodate larger things that could hide them. Drawer dividers, custom-made to fit the drawers in your desk or kitchen, make organization a breeze. 

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Closet Shelves

A closet can be a cluttered mess or a well-organized storage space, depending on how you approach it. If your closet lacks organization, you may want to take advantage of unused wall space by installing shelves. Shelving is available in all shapes and sizes, and finding the shelves that best fit your space is a simple matter of assessing the space and determining how it can best fit your needs. Most people can install new shelves quickly and without much trouble using some common tools. Measure the closet with a measuring tape and note its width and depth. Determine a comfortable height for your shelf or shelves and account for any dressers, chests or similar furniture that will be in the space. For multiple shelves, estimate the height of the clothing stacks or other items you will keep on the shelves to determine the vertical space between each shelf. Locate the wall studs in your closet with a stud finder. Make a small mark on the wall directly between the two edges of the wall stud with a carpentry pencil. Hold a level to the wall with its top edge touching your pencil marks and adjust their height as needed until they are level.

Choose your brackets according to your needs. For adjustable shelving, use a combination of brackets and standards. The standards attach to the wall and have vertically spaced slats or holes where the brackets rest, allowing you to adjust shelf height by relocating the brackets higher or lower. L-shaped brackets are another option. They vary widely in appearance, from unadorned metal to ornate, and from large to small. Invisible, or floating, brackets attach to the wall and support the shelf via hardware that slides inside the shelf, or extends horizontally from the wall, and is concealed by the installed shelf. In general, larger brackets made from stronger materials support more weight than smaller brackets, or brackets made of wood or plastic.

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Furniture for Bedroom

Draw a layout of the room on paper, including measurements and placements of all doors, windows, radiators and other permanent features. If you're computer savvy and doing more than one room, invest in a design software service available for home decorators.

Measure your furniture. Decorators recommend scissoring little cutouts to scale and label each one with its name and measurement. This way you can simply move them around your layout to get an idea of what fits where.

Arrange and rearrange the pieces until everything fits and creates a nice flow throughout the room. Check whether you will bump your leg on something when you walk through this layout, whether the space between any two pieces is too tight or whether the layout looks strange. Keep rearranging until you are happy with the design.

Get creative with your solutions. All the furniture does not have to be lined up against the walls. Try placing the bed out of a corner, diagonally into the room. If you have a big blank wall and no headboard, try hanging a curtain rod and some curtains behind the bed to create a focal point.

Apply basic principles, Keep electrical equipment and wires hidden in a unit with doors. Electrical equipment emits electromagnetic waves that can hinder a peaceful sleep. Hiding them also adds elegance to the room.

Place the real furniture according to your paper layout. If you've done your homework on the layout, you'll be ready to move right in and everything should fit just like you planned it.

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