By Barna Nora. Home Decor. Published at Wednesday, April 18th, 2018 - 22:45:25 PM.
In general, a traditional room will use a mix of vertical lines with more restful horizontal lines. Gentle curves are seen in furniture, pillows, and accessories. Fabrics in a traditional room are generally neither too shiny nor too textured. Florals, plain colors, muted plaids, understated stripes, geometrics, tone-on-tone and small all-over patterns are common.
Modern traditional homes have an air of lightness and unfussy design that incorporate classic lines and timeless touches, but feel much more contemporary. A Tufted Leather Bench. The clean lines and leather top of this bench / coffee table give it all the qualifications of a "traditional" piece of furniture, but none of the dated looks. The shining chrome legs and buttery blonde leather feel bright and modern—perfect for a home that's anything but boring.
How to Mix Patterns Using Color. The easiest way to mix patterns is with color. Feel free to mix florals, plaids, modern motifs – whatever – as long as they share a common color palette.
But to get real drama and spark, pair black with white. The use of black and white in decorating gives a fresh, clean, and unquestionably sophisticated and elegant look to any room. Black and white are a perfect color combination for any decorating style. Contemporary interiors often combine black and white with sleek metals. Country French decorating, among many others, is often set off with this color combination.
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