Repetition in interior design is a very common principle. Repetition is evident through colours, textures, architectural elements, furniture and decorative items. It creates unity and continuity.
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This image illustrates a subtle form of repetition through the oval shapes.
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Repetition is evident in this image through the built in elements and the decorative items reflected in the kitchen cabinetry, lighting and stools.
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This living room has repetition through patterning on soft furnishings and the wall detail.
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The main focal point of this room is the green sofa, this colour has bee distributed through out the space in decorative elements which is a good example of repetition.
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Another good example of repetition is repeating an item more than once reflected in this space.