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50 Examples of Optical Illusion Decor

#50 Levitating Cloud Speaker Lights
#49 Gradient Wood Flooring Designs
#48 Floating Thunder Cloud Lamps
#47 Meditative Gradient Clocks
#46 Water-Inspired Seating
#45 Optical Illusion Wine Racks
#44 Geometric Art Installations
#43 Suspended Cable Illuminators
#42 Aquarium Fern Cubes
#41 Floating Magnetic Seating Solutions
#40 Illusive 3D Flooring Patterns
#39 Deceptively Lightweight Concrete Furniture
#38 Ballerina-Inspired Coffee Tables
#37 Multi-Colored Paper Installations
#36 Colored Resin Tables
#35 Illusory Wire Shelves
#34 Illusionary Modern Calendars
#33 Reflective Bathroom Sinks
#32 Geometrically Shapeshifting Shelving
#31 Lopsided Kneeling Tables
#30 Faux-Lace Plastic Pillows
#29 Expansive Abstract Carpets
#28 Cube-Shaped Bookcases
#27 Optical Illusion Furniture
#26 Etched Illusionary Wooden Calendars
#25 3D Gradient Rugs
#24 Mirrored Library Tunnels
#23 Chic Slanted Furniture
#22 Illusionary Log Wallpapers
#21 Deceptive Concrete Sofas
#20 Gradient Storage Furniture
#19 Seaworthy Light Fixtures
#18 Ocean Plastic Dining Tables
#17 Illusionary Framed Sofas
#16 3D-Printed Ceramic Pendants
#15 Illusionary Night Light Lamps
#14 Floating Floral Window Vases
#13 Transparent Botanical Prints
#12 Illusionary Aquatic Marbles
#11 Transforming Flatpack Chairs
#10 Floating Office Walls
#9 Playful Perforated Room Dividers
#8 Deceptive Spherical Lights
#7 Illusory Balloon Tables
#6 Floating Sphere Oil Lamps
#5 Glass Furniture Lines
#4 Optical Illusion Soy Dishes
#3 Transparent Side Tables
#2 Infinite Ladder Illusions
#1 Modular Shelving Mirrors
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From Floating Cloud Lamps to Mirrored Library Tunnels

These examples of optical illusion decor range from floating cloud lamps to 3D floor tiles which boast a perception-altering pattern. Adding a surreal element to any home, public space, or office, optical illusion decor is often interchangeable, and customizable -- boasting more than one unexpected function.

Memorable spaces that feature this aesthetic include Ferruccio Laviani 'reality or illusion' art installation which combines colorful geometric walls with clashing floor and ceiling motifs. The busy pattern tests a user's perception, and is a study of proportion and scale. Additionally, examples like Chinese bookstore Yangzhou Zhongshuge utilize mirrors to not only maximize a space but also to create sculptural elements that are whimsical and otherworldly.

Other examples to note include design-conscious tech accessories like levitating speaker systems which combine function and aesthetics in one versatile product.
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