Works of art are meant to be admired from all angles, and that's the beauty of Optical art: It changes depending on the vantage point. Originally popular in the 1960s, the abstract art form utilizes optical illusions to trick the eye into seeing movement among geometric shapes and patterns. We're entranced by these modern rooms and dizzying décor finds that make our eyes and minds wander. Consider it a chic throwback to your “Magic Eye” books from the ’90s. Keep scrolling for 10 Op art–inspired rooms that are pure magic.
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