Interior design in the style of Modern classics
Interior design in the style of Modern classics
A modern classic or a new classic is a popular style of interior design, in which traditional elements organically complement modern solutions. This allows you to create a versatile, elegant and at the same time original interior design, especially relevant for residential apartments and country houses. The neoclassical school of architecture began to take shape in the late 18th century in Europe, where it quickly became an alternative to the trendy and pretentious Art Nouveau. Of course, the interior in the modern classical style has been repeatedly transformed over these several centuries, but has retained its main qualities - aristocratic simplicity, harmony of lines and restrained grace.
A modern classic or a new classic is a popular style of interior design, in which traditional elements organically complement modern solutions. This allows you to create a versatile, elegant and at the same time original interior design, especially relevant for residential apartments and country houses. The neoclassical school of architecture began to take shape in the late 18th century in Europe, where it quickly became an alternative to the trendy and pretentious Art Nouveau. Of course, the interior in the modern classical style has been repeatedly transformed over these several centuries, but has retained its main qualities - aristocratic simplicity, harmony of lines and restrained grace
Neoclassicism allows the use of a variety of pieces of furniture and decor, the main thing is to maintain a balance of antiquity and novelty in combinations of shapes and textures. So, minimalistic modern armchairs and a plastic table will look great against the background of antique columns and a Persian carpet, and a classic wooden set will complement the graphic monochrome wallpaper.
Natural, discreet light shades such as white, gray and beige are most often the basis of modern classic interior design. Interspersed with black, graphite, chocolate colors add graphics and visually delimit the space. Monochrome colors are one of the most effective and versatile, and therefore are often found in neoclassicism. The highlight of such an apartment will be bright accents. For this, deep compound colors such as turquoise, orange or magenta are used in dotted manner. A less provocative way to spice up a neoclassical interior is to add details or finishes in silver or gold.
The symmetry of the traditional interior is preserved in the new classics and is realized through paired objects and decorative elements. High ceilings and large windows also remain relevant. Unlike Art Nouveau overloaded with patterns and details, neoclassicism prefers to decorate the space using a combination of simple lines and silhouettes (a great example is the characteristic strict moldings on the walls). A large hall / living / dining room with a clearly defined central motive is typical for a modern classic interior style.
The minimalism and restraint of this design suggests an almost complete absence of non-functional decorations. Most often, these are neutral (possibly bright) decorative pillows, simple plants or original lamps. Of the classic decor elements, massive chandeliers, mirrors in figured frames (albeit more modest), strict antique columns and heavy draperies look especially impressive. The decor of a neoclassical apartment should not be catchy, flashy, defiant. Much more attention should be paid to the quality of the material, texture, color combination. Like any eclectic style, neoclassicism offers tremendous opportunities for creativity and experimentation, while remaining completely versatile. An apartment in the style of a modern classic is an excellent compromise solution and a profitable investment, because such repairs will be relevant for a long time.
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- Project design service includes:
- Measurement plan
- Dismantling and installation plan of walls and partitions
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- Furniture arrangement drawings
- Floor coverings and materials scheme
- Ceiling plan
- Scheme of sections of the ceiling (complex structures)
- Lighting plan
- Circuit breakers
- Outlet plan with location
- Plumbing layout plan
- Sweeps of the walls of each room, indicating materials and areas
- Lighting specification
- Finishing materials specification
- Furniture specification
- Interior visualization in 3Dmax program
- Architectural supervision includes personal support of the designer during the entire renovation process from start to finish, including responsibilities:
- Visit the facility to monitor the progress and quality of work performed in accordance with the design project
- Take part in the selection of contractors
- Provide familiarization with the design and working documentation of the customer and the team for construction and repair work
- Advise contractors on the project during construction and finishing works
- If necessary, make corrections, clarifications and additions to the working drawings (after dismantling old walls, interior elements and installing new walls, partitions, structures, leveling and installation of floors, walls and ceilings, purchase of furniture and plumbing)
- Advise the customer and participate in the selection of all the necessary materials, furniture, equipment, plumbing, lamps, textiles, decor, etc.