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Contemporary Interior Design Style

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Contemporary: the fusion of minimalism and Scandinavian style

 

Bedroom in Contemporary style photoVisualization of a bedroom and a loggia. View 1.

Bedroom interior in Contemporary styleVisualization of a bedroom and a loggia. View 2.

Bedroom in Contemporary styleVisualization of a bedroom and a loggia. View 3.

 

Contemporary appeared in the middle of the twentieth century in houses, whose owners were mostly middle-income people, the assortment of furniture and decor items was small and it was very difficult to make unusual design decisions in the same style, so it was necessary to combine them.

 

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Contemporary allows the combination of a variety of styles and historical periods. This feature of the style gives a scale for creativity, the huge variety of furniture for filling and materials for processing the house.

 

Kitchen interior in modern styleVisualization of the kitchen. View 1.

Kitchen in Contemporary style photoVisualization of the kitchen. View 2.

 

Distinguish Contemporary from other styles

 

For example, it is often confused with the Eclectic style, but the difference is that it does not have any framework, for example, it can be mixed with a modern design embodiment in the design with antique fittings, and Contemporary distinguishes a combination of things taken from past eras with new furniture and finishing. In addition, Eclecticism originated in ancient Rome and was popular in the XIX century.

 

Style Fusion, like Contemporary, involves a mixture of styles, but there are significant differences. All elements of Fusion should be presented as something integral. So, for example, decor elements with African motifs can be used with decoration in the new-fashioned Hi-tech, when the Contemporary style is not characterized by cumbersome or out-of-date accessories. In addition, Fusion appeared much later than Contemporary, in the 70-80s of the last century.

 

Scandinavian style combines laconism, simplicity in design and the availability of functional furniture. The difference is that it mainly uses cold shades and is based on a white color, a minimum of ornaments and a complete absence of exotics. The Scandinavian style originated in the 30s of the 20th century.

 

Living room Contemporary photoVisualization of living room combined with kitchen. View 1.

Visualization of kitchen combined with living roomVisualization of living room combined with kitchen. View 2.

Visualization of the kitchenVisualization of living room combined with kitchen. View 3.

Living room in Contemporary style photoVisualization of living room combined with kitchen. View 4.

Living room in Contemporary style photo...Visualization of living room combined with kitchen. View 5.

Interior design of the living room in the style of ContemporaryVisualization of living room combined with kitchen. View 6.

Interior of the living room in the style of ContemporaryVisualization of living room combined with kitchen. View 7.

Wine cabinet photoVisualization of living room combined with kitchen. View 8.

 

Characteristic features of Contemporary:

 

– Contemporary does not comply with the laws of this or that period;

– For the design of the house in this style any apartment is suitable;

– Absence of partitions and walls is allowed;

– Always functional furniture;

– Simple furnishings without frills;

– In priority light colors with accent details of fittings;

– Always clear and regular silhouettes;

– Curtains, tulle, or blinds are on the windows;

– There is a wall (sometimes closing the entire wall) in the living room;

– The bedroom is simple;

– The headset is set in the kitchen.

 

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