House With A Perfect Mix of Classic and Modern Touches

Most of us tend to follow a single style when designing, decorating and furnishing our home. However, this amazing house has proven that a blend of contrast styles also looks simply exquisite. This is undoubtedly a house out of the ordinary because it features a blend of two contrasting styles – classic and modern. Classic Interiors has been mixed with modern touches to create an environment filled with distinct characteristics and charms.

The overall theme of the house has been selected as traditional pristine white. And walls, ceilings, and curtains of the entire house reflect this white color. Wooden material has been selected as the flooring option but with a contemporary twist. The panels of wood have been installed diagonally in “V” shape. For the kitchen area, wooden flooring has been extended to the countertops, and dark blue tiles have been selected as the flooring option.

Decoration throughout the house has been kept minimal. Contemporary area rug, stand alone lamp shades and a painting can be seen in the living room, whereas the bedroom features a sequence of picture portraits on the wall and elegant artificial potted plants on the window sill.{found on lagerlings}

Published by in Interiors, on June 29th, 2011



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