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My wife and I have recently begun to do some serious planning with the intent of redecorating our basement's finished half. Because the space is both for ntertainment and serves as my wife's studio and therefore a place she spends a lot of time, we've decided to do it in nontraditional style but with completely fun style elements beginning with color, bright lime greens and red-leaning violets. We're also going to "tilt" the room 10 or 15 degrees in two dimensions - well, to create the illusion the room is tilted anyway. We'll do this by bleeding a corner of the wall paneling up onto the acoustic-tile ceiling, and on the opposite side of the room bleed a corner of the ceiling tile into the wall paneling.  At the other corners part of the wall paneling will bleed onto the carpeted floor, and in the opposite corner the carpet will creep up the wall. It will take a bit of modeling on the computer first, but if it's done right the finished room will create the illusion of having been tilted out-of-true by several degrees. The effect may be disconcerting until a person gets used to it . . .but that's the idea.
  
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