Modern design is mostly associated with minimalistic schemes. Modern perspectives are more open than closed and they support the ‘less is more’ theory. The elements of modern interior design are relatively restricted and they suggest clearly delineated space. Modern buildings are often deliberately asymmetric in order to resemble tradition and historical architecture.
Modern homes inspire a feeling of elegance and class. It is because designers apply a pastel, neutral palette of colors for the walls and the ceiling (especially white) and ‘stripped’ floors which rely on their natural beauty. Modern interior design is also hallmarked with brightness and openness, and excellent light dispersion. Therefore, large windows and open floor plans are not uncommon for these houses. In fact, even furniture is adjusted to this ‘open feeling’ (large tables, comfortable sofas and armchairs with raised legs).
Published : 9-Nov-2017