The elegance of this bedroom, the master suite, is in the varied textures: a wood backdrop for the television, wood-and-steel ceiling, plaster walls. Asymmetrical windows allow a peek out into—and access to—the backyard.
Originally, this kitchen's layout was asymmetrical with a large refrigerator positioned on one side of the wall. Splitting up the freezer and fridge allowed the window, appliances, sink and cabinets to be centered in between them.
Small, special design elements make a house into a home. This rustic stone sink near a garden is built in an asymmetrical manner, making it look like an element from a centuries-old structure. The round window is unique and cheery.
The welcoming facade of this modern home is a dichotomy -- it's both symmetrical (the shape of the structure) and asymmetrical (the beautifully unbalanced distribution of windows and design elements). A combination of warm wood, metal and glass create a nuanced feel; ornamental grasses and plants bring life and color to the area.