Interior / July 1, 2018 /
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.
To make the most of these suggestions, it is important to play with them ahead of time. Moving large furniture over and over is time consuming and exhausting. It will most likely end with frustration and the perfect placement may never be agreed upon. Avoid this disaster with a sheet of graph paper and some furniture cut outs. On a piece of graph paper, sketch out the shape of a room with a defined scale, for example, every one inch on graph is two feet in the actual space. After the room is outlined, marking all doors, windows, and other points of interest, create models for your furniture pieces from construction paper using the same scale.