Keva Vannatter, May 30th , 2018.
Amazing architectural designs and decorative details, combined with spectacular home decor ideas create modern interior design trends inspired by Middle Eastern, Indian and Central Asian interior decorating with bright colors, natural fabrics and amazing ornaments and wood carving. Middle Eastern interior design is about a mic of luxury, refinement, style and exquisite taste with asceticism, modesty and simplicity of lines and forms. Modern interior design trends, inspired by Middle Eastern and Central Asian decorating ideas, bring fabulous metal forging, intricate decoration patterns, sensual decorative fabrics, spectacular handmade carpets into homes. Silver and golden colors are combined with velvet and chiffon, creating beautiful and modern home interiors. Natural textures in room furniture and decor accessories add luxury and pleasant feel to modern home decorating. Decorative arches and vivid details, wall niches, unique decor accessories, carved wood or forged wall mirrors, lamps and bed headboards create gorgeous interior design in Central Asian and Middle Eastern styles.
A Style All Its Own. The transitional decor is often confused with the eclectic style, but the styles are very different. Transitional will often use contemporary furnishings mixed with antiques, but even these old-world pieces will be sophisticated and have simple, classic lines. Eclectic styling is far less refined and consistent and often incorporates one type of item either as a stand alone or in a group. For instance, a living room eclectically styled would have two different end tables anchoring the sofa with two different lamps. A transitional decor room would probably have matching accessories. In a kitchen, the eclectic style would mean hand-painted cabinets and a retrofit island with different colored appliances; in a transitional style kitchen, it may include a reclaimed wood island with all matching stainless steel appliances. Window treatments would be simpler and more crisp in a transitionally styled room, while an eclectic room could have more ornate window coverings.
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