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**Triangular Arrangement**

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**Triangular Arrangement**

among the most basic floral designs used today very versatile formal, informal or contemporary

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**Triangular Arrangement**

May be symmetrical or asymmetrical in form symmetrical triangles occur when there is equal distribution of materials on both sides of an imaginary center axis

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**Triangular Arrangement**

Asymmetrical triangles occur when there is equal visual weight on both sides of the center axis the two sides do not look alike.

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**Triangular Arrangement**

Triangular designs have one focal area from which all stems appear to radiate brighter colors used at the focal area

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**Triangular Arrangement**

Flowers should be spaced closer as they near the focal point stems should never cross

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**Triangular Arrangement**

focal point almost always rests on the rim of the container.

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**Triangular Arrangement**

equilateral triangle Requires that all three sides be equal length isosceles triangle is a variation of the equilateral triangle

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**Triangular Arrangement**

Two sides are equal in length while the third side is shorter the height is greater than that of an equilateral the width is smaller than that of an equilateral

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**Triangular Arrangement**

Centerpiece designs low, horizontal design that makes an excellent table centerpiece

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**Triangular Arrangement**

can be viewed from any direction without blocking the view of a seated dinner guest

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**Triangular Arrangement**

Long and narrow shape of the design can be altered to match the width of the dining table. Constructed in the same manner as a triangular arrangement but is finished on both sides

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**Triangular Arrangement**

Asymmetrical Triangle more relaxed and visually pleasing designs visually balanced but differ on each side of a vertical axis

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**Triangular Arrangement**

Vertical axis is not centered but usually offset to the left of center

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**Triangular Arrangement**

Scalene Triangle variation of asymmetrical triangle composed of three unequal sides

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**Scalene #1 flower is slanted to the left instead of vertical**

#1 flower establishes height of the design

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Scalene Triangle this flower is placed to the left of center on a diagonal and slants slightly backward

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Scalene Triangle number 2 flower is on the left and may be placed at an angle or horizontal with the table this flower is often placed at a forward angle also

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Scalene Triangle Number three flower may be angled or placed on the horizontal depending upon the height of the container being used

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Right Triangle is a one sided mass design that resembles half of an equilateral or isosceles triangle vertical and horizontal lines of the arrangement meet at a 90 degree angle

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**Right Triangle may face either left or right**

may often be used in pairs on a mantle or buffet

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