Feels Like Home: Sublime Center Tables For A Modern Living Room When strategically styled, center tables can really become a statement. Modern design has been a favorite throughout the years so today we bring you a statement of simplicity, encompassing a neutral aesthetic, functional design, and modern sensitivity. We hope you feel at home in this selection of modern living rooms by Caffe Latte Home. […]
In a quick and welcoming conversation with the manager designer responsible for the European brand Brabbu, Milan design Agenda was to discover what cannot be missing in Modern Classic Style. Take a look!
The classic interior house design originated from European culture, like Victorian and Art Deco also the Greek and the Roman, are the main inspirations of this style.
The furniture of this style is a combination of modern and classic style. With a touch of minimalist style and a combination of modern style with simple style. The furniture is not very modern but still trendy today. It is simple and has less carving on it. The main color for this style is brown, beige, black, chocolate brown, gray, silver, white, and grayest blue shades.
” To have this combination of classic and modern, color is the main ingredient.”By Brabbu
Keep it more simple as you can, and choose the perfect palette for your project. The main colors of the Modern Classic Style are gray, silver, white, black, dark chocolate and grayest blue shades.
You can combine the color of furniture, space, decorations to create the perfect modern classic style.
Because flooring is neutral, soft-colored carpets or wood floors in warm tones are generally used. The texture in the carpets or rugs is important. Berber carpets, hides, and sisal rugs are popular choices for transitional style.
You can choose decorations like a big painting on the wall, a vase of a single flower, and some geometric patterned throw pillows.
As for the windows, you can leave them bare to bring more sunshine into the room.
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