Interior / June 27, 2018 / Narcisse.
There may be no more beloved combination than blue and white. The classic pairing which manages to be both breezy and sophisticated. The palette that appeared way back in the ninth century and continues to be a popular choice for ceramic designs today. It is no wonder the duo is so popular around the world. When blue, calm and soothing, and white, clean and simple, are put together, you get the ultimate serene, tranquil space.
When it comes to interior design and décor trends, history tends to repeat itself, by coming back bigger and better. A current design trend points to sleek straight lines and bold shapes. This can be found in the decorative style of mid century modern. Starting in the early 1930s and lasting until the mid 1960s, this style has been become hot in recent years with TV shows and magazines featuring these decorative elements.
There is just something about a gorgeous room, like this one from cortneybishopdesign, that makes us never want to leave the house. Sure, there is a great big world out there but once you get each room of your house just right, it is natural to look forward to spending some quality time there. A lot of choices go into decorating your home, but there are a few tips and tricks that can help you get the most out of every room in your house. A little color, a little texture, and a bit of personality can make a world of difference in your home.
Contemporary décor can sometimes have an industrial look due to the variety of materials it incorporated. Unlike other décor themes, items like coffee tables or wall art can be made from metal, wood, glass and acrylic that work together to create a unique feature for the contemporary space. A popular feature in many contemporary living rooms is a clear glass rectangular coffee table, that is sure to impress all. In the kitchens, contemporary design is defying traditional thought by mixing marble countertops with dark wood features. Keep an eye out for these decorative elements to include in your home.