TYPES OF TRENDS IN MODERN DECORATION
5. DRAMATIC MODERN
Contrast taken to an extreme can result in ultramodern spaces that go beyond the imagination of the most conventional persons. A theatrical style: combining old designs with new styles, seeking contrast between textures and materials…elements that, with their peculiarities and extravagances, in the correct doses, allow us to create luxurious and absolutely original environments, distant from all conventionalism.
The spaces are artistic, the environments sophisticated…The treatment of the light and the use of neutral tones play an important part in increasing the contrasts between materials, between glossy and matte finishes…
6. WARM INDUSTRIAL
A style that has entered with force in recent years. And it seems it has come to stay. Part of the basic concept of utilization of space (joining living rooms to kitchens, etc.) and, therefore, of merging of environments. Thus, different textures from diverse environments co-exist, always from a perspective of simplicity (brick, ceramic, wood, concrete…) to create environments that transcend minimalism through small personal, intimate decorative details…the idea is to confer character to simple surroundings with a few decorative elements that reflect the personality of the owners, thus providing warmth and harmony to spaces that are in themselves, practical and functional.
7. SIMPLE CHIC
Beiges, browns, greys and whites…friendly colours in a minimalist environment that allows us to highlight certain decorative elements in each environment.
In a simple chic environment, everything fits and everything fits in, but each element occupies its specific place for which it was designed: furniture that come out of the walls, open shelves, fireplaces that, more than occupying a corner, create it…the furniture as such, and the accessories, are limited, functional, but with a marked artistic inspiration. The difficulty and the irony of the concept is seeking environments that are chic but are perceived as natural and not created, for which a great effort is required, as this is not something that everyone can visualize or achieve
8. ECLETIC COLLECTOR
This style requires great imagination and emotional effort. The main idea is to generate spaces that are unique, alive and reflect, more than a personality, the evolution of an entire life… in order to do this, and within a modern space, we will use objects for the decoration that at some time have marked an era of our life.
Thus, elements which are as markedly different as they are personal will take on importance…details from our childhood, from our youth…this is a style that is not for everyone, because not everyone likes to or has had the opportunity to save keepsakes of their entire life. The result: a bazaar of memories and of treasures…bold and with no limits to colour.