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Midcentury Modern Midcentury modern style is characterized by simplicity and natural shapes. This era of design is most known for its mass-production of household objects, including the popular Eames chair and Howard Miller sunburst clock. Midcentury modern designs are often emphasized by ample windows, an open floor plan and the idea of bringing the outdoors in, like in this prime living space.
Mediterranean Originating in countries north of the Mediterranean Sea, this style pulls in colorful, Spanish-inspired details, from the ornate furniture to the textured walls. Mediterranean colors typically mirror those of the sea and sky, but can also include warm hues of yellow and lavender. Mosaic tiles, often seen in kitchen
If you're looking for a perfect marriage of traditional and contemporary designs, then a transitional interior may be for you. In a transitional interior, furniture lines are sophisticated, simple and often feature either straight or rounded profiles. To keep the focus on the simplicity and sophistication of the room, designers will keep color palettes neutral and decor to an absolute minimum.
Classic and comfortable, traditional design features furnishings that are consistent and familiar in style. Pull in a traditional color palette by balancing peach and green tones with aubergine and tan. You can enhance these hues with bronze accents and warm woods to create an inviting interior, like this cozy living space. To provide a true traditional look within any living room, add still-life oil paintings, gilt frames, and ornate stands. I think I see a pattern with my colors.