Gorgeous Modern Interior Design by Cecconi Simone

Designing your home can be a little overwhelming at times. The best thing to do id hire a professional who can make a dull place, the home of your dreams. If you don’t afford it, then we would like to show you an example of a contemporary interior design that will leave you speechless.

Cecconi Simone have designed a model unit for a townhouse community in Toronto, Canada. As you can see they tried to keep things as simple as possible. They didn’t use a lot of colors, patterns or styles. They conceived the interior and custom fixtures for the three unit types within the community. The ground and third levels are painted in a clean palette of white, black, walnut and yellow.

Their project was based on alternating horizontal compositions with vertical elements. The designers also used custom millwork, with closed and open storage that generates a continuous composition of solids and voids. Moreover the color palette is kept throughout the entire house, an aspect that gives it continuity and balance. The place is highly functional with storage space almost everywhere, and high on style with gorgeous modern furnishings, unique light fixtures and a hint of color for flavor.

This interior design is everything you could possibly desire. It is modern, chic, sleek, hip and, yet, a warm and welcoming place to land.

Published by in Interiors, on January 5th, 2012


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