Contemporary style houses
With streamlined silhouettes, neutral foundation pieces, and careful attention to editing, contemporary interiors are style chameleons that can quickly adapt to embrace new trends in the design world through accessories. Contrary to contemporary style, which first appeared nearly 50 years later, modern design style (a movement that dates back to the 1930s) focuses on a monochromatic palette and the almost complete absence of adornment. Modern design interiors may accept whatever feels right at the moment, and the fun derives from that adaptability and spontaneity. Here are some tips for making it all work.
Contemporary Design Is Uncluttered
This luxurious guest suite is an example of the kind of minimalism that would please fans of Marie Kondo: The only accessories are a few basic pieces, despite the fact that the room seems undoubtedly luxurious thanks to jewel-toned bolster pillows, an enormous upholstered headboard that stretches the entire length of a wall, and a pair of tactile sheepskin rugs.
The only decoration on the walls is a mounted television and natural light, and neither the floating vanity in the bathroom nor the bank of dressers have any hardware. Modern design works best in rooms like this one that are meant to promote peace and tranquilly.
In this contemporary kitchen, there is a stark contrast between large swaths of marble tile and soft grey cabinets. These lines are softened by natural accents like the carefree arrangement of flowering branches in a vase on the island, a peculiar pedestal bowl of “fruit,” and a wooden cutting board.
Modern Rooms Don’t Have Drapes
Modern window treatments are modest, if they exist at all, similar to how area rugs are frequently used as floor coverings. Unadorned windows allow dramatic shadows to slash across the pair of silver-framed black-and-white portraits on the wall in this dramatic contemporary living room. The window hardware also serves as “patterns” for the roomy, pale hairpin-leg coffee table and the tastefully mismatched sofa. Although ornate artefacts aren’t normally compatible with modern style’s minimalism, their vivid colour makes a lively focal point in the otherwise neutral area. Another typical current accent is the huge, spiky succulent beside the window.
193/s, 1st floor, AAk building,moolepadan nagar, opp.polytechnic, kallamassery