A typical neoclassical home might have featured light colored paint or intricate gilding, but the unfinished look used here appeals more to the contemporary understanding of an antique aesthetic. Even the lighting choices pay homage the home's historical themes. These glass pendants were inspired by famous and storied chandeliers from important opera houses around the world. Bell jars were a popular way to protect valuable or delicate objects from dirt, dust, and other potential contaminants. Today, it's common to see Edison bulbs in bell jars a decorative statement but this one has been updated with efficient LEDs. The dining arrangement is sophisticated and subdued, with strong rustic tones. Other features, like the interesting lighting feature, are purely modern (except for the Edison bulbs used within).
Furniture, Minimalist furniture: a high sofa, chair, bed, this classic shapes and strong design. Color design of furniture corresponds to the decor of the background (wall). The main quality of furniture in this style is simplicity and versatility: transforming sofa and bed, foldout chair, folding table, built-in wardrobes, etc. There are no shelves in the minimalist interior. All things must be kept in a cabinet or in boxes under the sofa / bed. Prints and designs on upholstery are not acceptable. But it can be on the wall. Some people are wondering what minimalism really means. The simplest meaning that we can think of is it is keeping things simple. This is the closest that we can say, but it means more, depending on the subject you want to refer to. In abstract painting, minimalism is about the extreme simplification of form, using basic shapes and the monochromatic shades of primary colors, anonymity of style and objectivity. In music, minimalism is the extreme simplification of harmonies, patterns, rhythms, prolonged melodic or chordal repetitions. While in arts, literature and design, minimalism is the use of the fewest and barest elements or essentials. Thus, we can say that minimalism is more of a lifestyle than ideas.
It's about proudly displaying the building materials that many try to conceal. It's about adding a raw, unfinished look to the most thoughtfully designed homes. It's about selecting pieces that are as much about function as style. It's industrial interior design, and today's post celebrates this growing trend. Used in loft apartments, modern homes and commercial spaces around the world, industrial design showcases neutral tones, utilitarian objects, and wood and metal surfaces. The result: a “warehouse look” that combines a true industrial feel with a range of other styles, from the earthy to the polished. This look isn't just for “unfinished” spaces. In fact, many design enthusiasts who celebrate upscale interiors are incorporating industrial style into their homes through features such as stainless steel surfaces, metal light fixtures and vintage furniture. Retailers such as Restoration Hardware have helped foster a love of industrial design with their thoughtfully designed pieces based on specific furnishings of the past. Today we highlight a few key traits of industrial interior design so you can bring this look home.
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