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Adding Contemporary Style to Your Home
The world of architecture and home interiors is starting to slant towards transitional and contemporary interiors. These terms simply refer to a relaxed break from traditional norms of interior design. Sometimes modern can refer to a design style referenced from the 1920s to 1950s, but whether you are going for vintage style or just a more modern appearance, here are a few simple ways to add contemporary design into your new home.
||This contemporary living room uses Benjamin Moore® paint.|
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52" Fanimation Torto Metro
Gray Finish Ceiling Fan
From LAMPS PLUS®
comes an eye-catching ceiling fan that combines airflow and lighting in an ultra-contemporary look. Torto's distinctive contemporary design results in airflow across a wider angle. With three forward and reverse speeds, variable blade pitch, and a hand-held reversing remote control this fan is the ultimate luxury.
"Less is More" describes KraftMaid's®
Contemporary and Dynamic style. A minimalist, cutting edge approach lets you achieve an original and modern look in your custom cabinetry with bold lines and understated elegance. The living room above uses storage solutions that echo the expansive windows creating a contemporary look.
Heat & Glo™
If you want a contemporary fireplace in your home, you need to take a look at Solaris by Heat & Glo™.
This award-winning, high-style fireplace is the world's slimmest see-through fireplace. The razor thin burner creates a striking focal point and lighting effects make for an ultra-modern experience. Customized outer panels make this fireplace fit your decor.
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