NEWEST INNOVATIONS FOR LUXURY MODERN STYLE INTERIORS
It is difficult to select a specific style within any studio. Why? With so many materials, trends, requests, and decorations available these days, it may appear that the only way out is to succumb to the omnipresent eclecticism. There is an idea in our industry that a great studio focuses on one-two style and creates projects in that style only for those people who share the philosophy behind them. These styles are modern and modern classics, according to Antonovich Group standards. Each of these styles employs many similar techniques, materials, and color schemes to achieve the same result - interior design. They do, however, have differences, twists, and formulas that set them apart. And in this article, we'll explain why we chose the modern and modern classic styles, what the differences are, and why you should consider them for your future home. Let us begin with a recap of both.
RIGHT MATERIALS FOR MODERN VILLA
The choice of materials for furniture, decoration, or fit-out is one of the modern classic's defining characteristics. This is more of a classical interior, with natural marble, high-quality wood, brass details, leather, branded textile, glass, and so on. The modern interior is slightly different in that it heavily relies on the use of technologies, and innovative materials with different textures and finishes, particularly contrasting ones mixed together.
BEST HUES FOR MODERN INTERIOR
With a modern classic, it’s easy. This style is all about neutral, usually pastel base colors that add a sense of nobility to the overall space. Brown, beige, black, chocolate brown, gray, silver, white, and grayest blue are common colors in these interiors. The modern, on the other hand, is a little more complicated, as it uses bold, intense colors as accents and builds the entire color look around them. Bright accents in furniture or upholstering can be found here, but they will look organic because they are well-balanced with lighter tones of the same color.