When you come to think of modern interiors you instantly think of simple, minimalistic, and colder colours. The shift and innovation in interior design have thrown this rule book out the window meaning when you come to update your home nothing is off-limits. This blog will teach you everything you need to know about creating modern interiors in your home from the colour of your walls all the way down to the perfect style of floor. Come take a closer look…
Choose your colour scheme
Light and fresh colours are often linked with modern and contemporary homes. Using neutral colours will instantly make your room look bigger as well as creating a clean and airy environment. The potential that comes with painting your walls neutral is endless, it gives you the opportunity to use a splash of colour in your accent pieces and accessories.
Alternatively using a darker colour for your walls often grounds and defines a contemporary style whilst keeping your home looking sleek and elegant. The use of bold darker colours as an accent wall has increased over the years with many people opting for a dark navy or a moss green and basing their home accessories around these colours creating a well-rounded piece of interior design.
Furnish to perfection
The essence of a room is solely based around the furniture, these are the final pieces that bring the whole room together. When choosing your furniture, look at what makes a statement without feeling too cluttered. Stick to minimalistic pieces that say a lot without showing too much. Stick to smooth, clean shapes, less is more!
Now to the important part. Choosing the right flooring can speak volumes when it comes to wowing your guests. The options are endless, so you have to make sure you pick the best-suited flooring for your home. In a contemporary and modern home, solid wood or luxury vinyl tiles are the best options due to their authentic, timeless appearance.
A popular choice of flooring which has shifted from older manor houses to the modern present-day home is parquet. Originating in Europe the parquet pattern has become one of the most sought-after floor designs by interior designers, this is due to the elegance and class it exudes.
Painswick Swift Oak (HE4043)
Painswick Garden Oak (PAR218)
Studley Frozen Oak (EO4032)
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