Granville Craddock, December 20th , 2017.
Modern Fusion, What many people don't appreciated about modern design is how easily it can be combined with other styles. This room for instance has some traditional architectural bones (courtesy of Murphy & Co Architects) yet the furniture and art skew modern. Together they form an almost transitional style which can be appealing to a wide variety of people. The Fusion style is considered as a real “bully” interior design. It combines things that are opposite at first sight. Fusion appeared in the 80s of the last century and after three decades has become incredibly popular. The other name of this style is Movement 8, because of the fact that well-known interior designer Antonio “Budji” Layug decided to unite with his colleagues and work on a new furniture design trend in Fusion style, which combine components from a lot of other styles. For example, they took a metal frame of the table, put wooden tabletop on it and decorate all with nacre. After some time Fusion completely spread over interior design. Eventually, the idea of combination things that are incompatible at first blush is very universal.
Playful Combinations in a Modern Living Room, Who says modern can't be fun? Cleary not the team from Michelle Lewis Interior Design, the masterminds behind this room. Abstract art, a unique light fixture, and an array of colors and finishes come together to create a space that looks great and doesn't take itself too seriously. The preference of modern colour schemes for the living room is most likely to associate with how the living room is used than to other requirements. For example, you can bring soft colour schemes if you want it more laid-back. Otherwise, if you desire it more strict, you can bring neutral colours like white or black. There are a lot of different opinions on color selection for your living-room, and everyone has a viewpoint about what colours look excellent and which ones do not. Modern colour trends are definitely a combination of old and new, and also the concept of utilization old colours in fresh ideas.
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