How to get a Minimalist Look in a Modern way. Modernism explored new ways in which people could live more simply. Ornamentation was rejected and the adoption of the machine aesthetic came to the forefront. There was a return to Minimalism in the 1980s, towards the end of Postmodernism. The essential quality of buildings was revealed by simplified living spaces through minimalist architecture. This was vastly stirred up by Japanese traditional design and the notion of Zen thinking.
Scandinavian interior design style can be identified by certain aspects. Toned ivory, taupe, sage, cool grey or blue and (preferably pale) wood are often incorporated with white walls. This is complemented by rich textures and natural finishes to add depth and definition. Window treatments are usually limited, and abundant natural light is invited. Minimalism has continued into the 21st century. It is seen in Scandinavian design where lines are clean and simple. Quality materials and workmanship speak for themselves.
What is Industrial Interior Design Style? Think high, bare ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, open spaces, exposed building materials like a structural beam, brick, metal air ducts, and concrete or weathered wood floors. Since these spaces characteristically have plentiful texture in the building elements, a neutral colour palette is normally used.
What is a Contemporary Interior Design Style? Think sleek, smooth, fresh lines and solid colours, mainly subdued neutrals or daring hits of colour in furniture and accessories. Furniture can be sleek, low to the floor and frequently has straight legs or metal frames stressing basic forms and shapes. Graphic elements in wall art and other decor or as accents work great with this look.
Healthy. Happy. Greenery.
As human beings, we are put together to appreciate natural beauty. The inherent yearnings deep inside of us will incite a sense of calm when natural elements are included in interior spaces. These don’t have to be large or expensive but can be something as little as a small plant. Plants can stimulate our visual […]
One Corner at a Time
Taking on your Interior to Create Healthy Harmony, One Corner at a Time! You may have heard or read about this subject or related ones several times before. Sometimes the light just needs to be shone on the little details which can make a big difference. We just need to be reminded, in this hectic […]
Green, Ocre, Rust, Pink and Violet Colour Palette. Interior Decorating Inspiration.
White Wash Rose Gold / Copper Mirror Frame Painting Demonstration in 6 Easy Steps! From Rusty Rustic to Shabby Chic Glam What you need: Water-based crafters metallic paint in Autumn or a similar colour Paintbrushes A space to get messy Good company Gilded flakes/foil flakes/copper leaf 1. Paint a coat of metallic paint and let […]