Modern Classic has the combination of furniture from the Modern and the Classic styles, mixed with a minimalist style. Colour plays the core role in this style: greys, silvers, whites, light green and blue shades are paramount to have a Modern Classic designed home.
The Modern Classic style has the epitomised aesthetic of modern interior design melded with the simplicity that the classic style brings, with clean and striking spaces that linger in our memory.
This entryway has the WALES Bench, CYRUS Double II XL Wall Light, Lavi Painting and Valencia Rug.
This hallway has the MAA Armchair, KOI II Side Table, White Garden Rug and Evans Floor Light.
The furniture of this style is a combination of modern and classic style; natural materials are the bridge between the classic and the modern. They are the main elements in the classic design which crossed over to the modern design style.
The Modern Classic has a timeless design that always showcases a subtle sophistication; the chosen accessories and accent items highlight and harmonise with the surrounding furniture.
Modern Classic style draws inspiration from the classic design, such as Victorian style, Art Deco or even Greek and the Roman style. Such classic designs are mixed with a modern touch and the result is an elegant and sophisticated Modern Classic decor. Modern Classic furniture usually has a minimalist, but still refined design with the focus on quality and even premium materials. Natural materials are the bridge between the Modern and the Classic. In kitchens and bathrooms to have stone flooring provides an exquisite backdrop for modern fixtures. Use hardwood for living rooms, dining rooms and bedrooms. The floors allow adding a rug an easy feat, to have an extra warm sensibility in the room.
The Modern Classic style’s aesthetic epitomises many of the best qualities of contemporary interior design, combining simplicity with traditional features to create clean and striking spaces that are timeless in our memory. Having original items like ornate mouldings over doorways and in the corners is an easy way to have the original classic style blended in with the modern flare.
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