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June 26, 2020
Modern Classic Design Is The Trend Your Home Needs 
Article originally published on March 1, 2020

 

 

Modern Classic

Modern classic design trend is all about finding inspiration in the past through modern-inspired visual concepts. Join Most Expensive Homes and discover everything about this design trend.

Feel the powerfulness of these luxurious and bespoke inspirations:

Modern Classic Design Is The Trend Your Home Needs Nature in its rawest form flows through CAY Console Table as lava flows from a volcano eruption. With a tabletop in bronze glass and a base in casted brass, this entryway console table embodies nature’s ultimate scream. Allow yourself to hear the call, feeling its strength and reflecting it into your urban lifestyle.

Modern Classic Design Is The Trend Your Home Needs Inspired by the Swan Lake Op. 20, ballet composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Odette Sofa tells the story of a princess turned into a swan by an evil sorcerer’s curse. Its sweeping silhouette is accentuated with a polished brass structure and an asymmetric back offers a sophisticated design and timeless appeal.

Modern Classic Design Is The Trend Your Home Needs Soleil Sofa is a synthesis of styles and senses. Inspired by the spirit and mission of the famous Cirque de Soleil, the purpose is to invoke, provoke and evoke. Soft, sultry curves gently embrace the sitter in this elegant vintage and contemporary style sofa. Except for the supreme levels of comfort, the sofa through the brass details perfectly complements the elegant lines of a timeless piece.

Modern Classic Design Is The Trend Your Home Needs LANKA Bedside Table is inspired by a traditional method practiced in Sri Lanka, the stilt fishing, now disappearing. The vertical poles embedded into the sea floor are the main reference for the structure of LANKA: in matte black lacquer, it supports the main body covered in matte palisander wood veneer, and with matte brass details. This bedside table is an elegant choice for a bedroom in a residential or hotel project.

Newton is a revolutionary statement piece created to fulfill the needs of those who are looking for the best in contemporary furniture design mixed up with exquisite details and high-quality materials. Defying the laws of physics, the Newton Freestanding has grown from the ancient art of casting metal, where metal is heated until molten into spheres and semi-spheres shape. One by one, each element is joint to produce an outstanding pattern and organic structure, finished in a dramatic black lacquer and gold-plated accents. The top of this freestanding is composed of brass circles carved with a golden texture similar to an organic wood texture.

 

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