The “rule of the thirds” is a well kept secret of interior designers that is said to the be the most visually pleasing for our brains and can be applied to any room in your home. The “rule” states that you should group objects of odd numbers and arrange them in a visual triangle. This can be applied to photographs or paintings as well. Photographers, directors of photography, and visual artists often try to balance the canvas into three vertical parts so it’s more memorable to the eye.
For example, display dishes of various sizes by grouping in odd numbers or try stacking books in groups of three on your night stand. Lucky for us, some things already come grouped in odd numbers. Lamps often have three different levels and and odd number of bulbs. Plus, you don’t have to always group similar things together: take 2 pillows and pair them with a blanket (left). The rule of thirds doesn’t apply to everything, but it’s a great place to start.
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Contributed by agent partner Aurora Aramburu
Welcome to Heritage Square Museum. When one steps foot onto the grounds of the museum, it is like stepping back in time. A time unlike the modern Los Angeles we know today. The Heritage Square Museum is dedicated to preserving the historic architectural treasures of The City of Angels. This one of a kind, open air museum sits just off the 110 freeway in Montecito Heights. It was founded to educate its visitors on the settlement and development of Southern California during its first Century through the restoration and preservation of 9 historic buildings. Each building was originally slated for demolition, and were each moved to their final location on the site of the museum. Once moved, each building was painstaking and lovingly restored.
In addition to guided tours, the museum sponsors family activities throughout the year. Some of the most popular activities happen during September and October.
Haunted Ghost Tour and Early Victorian Horror Film Presentation
Saturday September 24, 2022
7:30 pm until 10:00 pm
Light refreshments will be served during the intermission of the cinema presentation in the Historic Lincoln Avenue Church. Proceeds from ticket sales help support the restoration and preservation of Heritage Square Museum.
Spook-A-Nanny featuring Bob Baker Marionettes.
Oct 10th at 7:30.
Annual Outdoor Mourning Faire
Saturday & Sunday October 23 & 24 from 11am-5pm
Tickets available at www.eventbrite.com
Wednesday October 27-Sunday October 31
This is a safe family friendly Trick or treating experience set in a “Living Museum”. More Info & tickets at www.cemeterylane.com
$10 Adults (13+) $8 Seniors (65+) $5 Children (6-12)
Museum members and children under 6 are admitted free of charge. Discounts available for AAA Auto Club and TimeTravelers® members.
The interior guided tours are at noon and three o’clock and will include our historic buildings.
Tours are approximately 45 minutes to one hour in length and are $16.00 per person, Members are $8.00 per person. Proof of Covid vaccination required or negative Covid test within 48 hours of tour. No discounts, schedule changes and no refunds. There are no self guided interior tours allowed.
Tickets are presale only on www.eventbrite.com.
Heritage Square Museum
3800 Homer St Los Angeles, CA 90031
11:00 am-5:00 pm Saturday & Sunday
*The museum is closed for Fourth of July, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day. Occasionally, with heavy rain storms, the museum may close for safety reasons.
For more information: http://heritagesquare.org
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