Finish: If your piece of furniture has any exposed wood, the stain or finish color is an important point to consider. Many pieces can be altered dramatically by the color of the finish. You can easily take a chair from traditional to contemporary by changing a cherry stain to a black paint. Likewise, a mahogany piece painted white will instantly appear more feminine. Fabric: Lighter colored fabrics can be appropriate for a formal living room, foyer, or bedroom. However, if this is a piece of furniture that will be used frequently, it is suggested to choose a slightly darker fabric. The Unexpected: Look for furniture that has an element of the unexpected or has some personality. The overall shape of the piece could be a little unconventional, or maybe there's some interesting tufting, or nail head detail. Either way, your personal style should be reflected in the piece of furniture that you choose.
Minimalist interior is: The absence of decorative elements and impractical furniture; Restrained colors: the basis of style is white and gray / black / brown colors. Accents of natural hues and a palette of finishing materials (metal, treated wood, brick) are allowed; Strict wall, floor and ceiling finishing: floor and ceiling should be smooth (usually light), the walls can be painted, covered with decorative plaster, less often used plain wallpaper or wall panels (main color is white); Space, freedom, plenty of light: large windows, several sources of artificial lighting; Multi-functional furniture; Built-in appliances; Walls can be decorated with paintings, perceived as an art object: nothing should detract from their contemplation. Their beauty emphasizes by the simplicity of the frame and competent lighting.
Back to black – the kitchen tones down the wood theme and reembraces the matte black theme. Here, you can see fabulous tiles taking up the spaces between the rural-style windows. That fabulous window shade style is commonly referred to as ‘Swedish blinds' and they're easy to make at home. The dinnerware is lovely and minimalistic, easily standing out from the rest of the decor. Who wouldn't want to get dressed up more often with a gorgeous dressing room like this one? It contains a stool large enough for two, a vanity for freshening up, an incredible amount of storage. Art Deco was considered a type of neoclassical revival – and the art deco tones are definitely strong in this space. As an aside, it's rare to see a window in a dressing room but it really enhances the atmosphere of this one.
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