Interior / July 2, 2018 / .
Beyond basic decor, lighting is important for creating a desirable atmosphere. Cold weather typically brings shorter daylight hours. Lack of natural light causes a variety of strains, so prevent problems with accent lighting. Kerosene and oil lamps, spicy scented candles, and fireplaces are ideal for creating ambience and improving a room.
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.
A staple of any contemporary look is the use of black and white. This allows the homeowner to rotate out decorative elements when they become less trendy for something more in style. Most contemporary rooms are painted in a flat white. Lately in contemporary trends, light gray as a neutral has been making a comeback, also allowing for accessories to pop.
Each room in your home has a different purpose and will most likely have a different color scheme. For example, a brilliant orange in the kids playroom is not as appropriate in the spa like master bath. In order to determine what colors should be applied to your living spaces, you must first have a basic knowledge of color.