Monday March 21, 2022
Common Home Decor Styles
Choosing the right décor style for your new home might seem like a lot of work, especially if you’re not familiar with interior design styles for modern homes. Notably, there is an infinite number of designs and styles to choose from.
Landmark 24 Homes has vast experience in helping home buyers choose the best color selections and options that best suits their new home. A new home built by Landmark 24 is the perfect blank canvas for you to build your personal decorating style. Below are the three most popular décor themes for new homes.
Contemporary décor style is often defined by its simplicity, clean lines, and subtle sophistication. This style might not necessarily be sleek and trendy, but it entails the deliberate use of texture and a refined look that doesn’t risk quickly going out of style. If you want to make an artistic statement in your home, consider going along with a contemporary aesthetic.
Modern home décor style is often confused with contemporary style but, these two styles are different in their unique elements. Usually, the modern style is characterized by natural materials, natural light, and a monochromatic color palette or minimalism. It defines the aesthetic style of a particular historical moment and encapsulates the distinctive philosophy of design and style to give your home a streamlined look. This is best expressed in the Mid-Century Modern décor style seen in the late 1940s to the early 1970s.
This style emphasizes warm colors, natural light, bright and ocean-inspired hues. Common coastal color tones are shades of whites, greens, and blues that are inspired by the ocean and communicate a relaxed feel. This style embraces casual furnishings that utilize simple materials like wood and terra cotta to create a cozy and unique aesthetic.
When having a home built, you should consider your budget and your building timeline, as some materials take longer to arrive. At Landmark 24 Homes, we are glad to help you build a home that meets your style needs.
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