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Gilded Pesto 6007-6B
, Sandalwood 6008-2B
, Paris Mint 6002-3B
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For this look we recommend:
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Clear the clutter – a modern design calls for less. Keep your focus on clean architectural lines and quality materials. One functional piece of well-crafted, beautifully sculptured furniture can
completely make a room. Also consider new
materials and technology, but sparingly so
you don’t end up with a trendy, rather than timeless, feel.
Modern Decorating Tips
Wood is an essential material in modern design. It adds a warm, natural edge to drywall, chrome, and other sleek, man-made surfaces. You can also mix in other natural elements for an inviting feel – as dramatic as a rock fireplace or as simple as organic decorative accessories. Or consider global influences such as handcrafted items.
Strong colour adds personality to a modern room. Layering neutrals and textures can look smart and sophisticated, but add more personality and warmth with strong pops of colour on accent walls or significant architectural details.
Colour Blocking. Add a modern touch with colour blocking – geometric fields of colour reminiscent of a Mondrian painting. Large expanses of colour strengthen impact in a room, especially when furnishings are minimalistic.
Monochromatic Planes. Architectural planes of colour look sophisticated when a monochromatic approach is used. Try using different shades of the same colour for modern sophistication and an uncluttered aesthetic.