Kitchen. What Design to Choose?
Country colors range from primary red, yellow and blue to aged tones of cream and pale yellow. Whatever hues you favor, mixing rather than matching contributes to creating the country-style design.
Whether your space is large or tiny, cottage kitchens are designed to feel cozy and enveloping.
The contemporary look is created through a carefully curated mix of materials: new and old, casual and polished.
Seagrass and wicker seating are casual, comfortable and coastal elements. Fabrics and flooring designed to stand up to wet bathing suits make coastal-style kitchens easy to care for. Window treatments that allow for maximum sunlight will have everyone in let’s-go-to-the-beach mode bright and early.
Fashionable Bedroom Designs
Weathered or distressed furniture is very popular in shabby chic spaces, which are usually bright and airy, with soft colors, neutrals, and plenty of white.
Modern is also a geometric style, but it’s even more minimalist than contemporary. Unlike most contemporary rooms, modern rooms tend to include surprising, bold, asymmetrical elements. Neutral colors are dominant in this style, and monochromatic designs are common.
Art deco is known for its use of wood, chrome, glass, and mirrors. An art deco bedroom would usually have a fairly neutral, monochromatic color scheme.
Think antiques, floral and striped fabrics with an overall classy vibe that looks put together to a tee. Additionally, most traditional rooms have symmetry (matching side tables and lamp) and repetition (similar colors in different textures, matching chair upholstery and bed skirt).