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Traditional & Modern Colour Combinations

April, 2020

Traditional & Modern Colour Combinations

 

Traditional Design:

The traditional style is one of the most popular styles used to decorate homes. It incorporates design elements from a variety of centuries, which allows homeowners to feel comfortable and elegant at the same time. The traditional style features warm, rich colours that are very inviting. The furniture is plush and soft, and many of the pieces are sold as sets. The traditional style may have curves and designs, but it is not extremely ornate or ostentatious. Glazed doors or stained glass add character to the room, and wood floor or checkered tiles can make the space even more personal. The traditional style allows homeowners to use many of their original appliances and pieces of furniture while updating the appearance with a new finish and hardware.

Handcrafted Furniture:

Often intricately carved and made from exotic woods like teak, ebony and rosewood, authentic furniture is rustic in appearance and solid in quality.

Sumptuous Layers:

Fine silks and other unique textiles, which are incorporated in the space, from window treatments (as curtains) to accent pillows to wall hangings art pieces can be selected.

Modern Design:

Modern spaces have cleverly adapted the rapid social changes with more innovative and creative ideas. Despite popular belief, true modern homes do not follow popular trends. Modern houses focus on structural simplicity, order and functionality — monochromatic walls, basic materials and clean architectural lines are the foundation. This style includes minimalist design, as well as grid-like glass houses. Modern interior design emphasizes strong lines, a lack of ornamentation and minimal texture. It is just opposite to traditional home designs. It uses straightforward furniture and dramatic modern art to complement the stark architecture. In a modern house, lighting is a key structural element that accentuates planes and highlights focal points. Modern design is often a love-it or hate-it style — many appreciate its minimalist, uncluttered feel, while others miss the warmth and variety found in other styles.

With these ideas of traditional, modern and transitional colour combinations,theme you may got some fresh tips to upgrade and remodel your spaces. You can try classic flooring; dark colours on walls with soft colour upholstery and modern furniture, highlighted with lighting and enjoy a blend of bit of these design themes.



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