Contemporary decor pairs straight lines and typically flat fronts for a streamlined style that works well with open floor plans. Also referred to as mid-century modern, contemporary work is again the hottest trend in design.
This decor typically incorporates a neutral palette and often uses a pop of color or textured material as an accent. Bright, glossy color accents have been popular for a few years, and more recently, ultra-matte velvet finishes have been attracting attention.
Do you have a home built in the '80s or '90s with traditional elements, such as coffered ceilings and crown moldings that you would like to freshen up to match the current trends? With a transitional design, you can do exactly that while complementing your existing architecture and decor.
Careful consideration of how color, texture, decorative fronts, glass, and lighting can work together to achieve your desired look is key to achieving the aesthetic you are after. For example, shaker or recessed panel door and drawer fronts will give you nice, clean lines but still offer enough definition to blend seamlessly with your existing cabinetry and style.
Traditional design incorporates decorative fronts and moldings along with other aesthetic features to create a timeless elegance. This decor blends naturally with many Mediterranean, Tudor, and Victorian homes for a classic look that will stand the test of time.
Whether a soft white or a dark stained wood finish, you can achieve an ornate look to fit your tastes and home decor. Include styling features, such as raised panel fronts, crown molding, fluted glass, and decorative hardware - all without sacrificing the functionality you are striving for with a custom designed solution.
As the first step in our process, a member of our team will contact you to discuss your project, including your challenges, your style, and your budget.
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