NO. 1: CANE WEBBING
Cane Webbing is environmentally friendly, reusable, recyclable and the perfect way to add texture, depth and warmth to any space. You can use cane webbing in contemporary spaces to add contrast; it is versatile, classic and effortless and fits in seamlessly with almost any other style of decor.
NO. 2: EARTH TONES
Get back to nature! Nature inspired tones are making a comeback bringing a feeling of peace, tranquility, and calm to your home.
Combine these tones with textures such as wood and jute, use them on cabinetry, as an accent wall, on cushions, ottomans, chairs and sofas.
NO. 3 BLACK FRAMES
Black framed interior widows and doors are all the rage in contemporary homes for 2021. Using black window frames connects your interior with your exterior- if you have a lot of greenery outside it will absolutely make it POP!
If you want a high contrast look, pair the black with light colored walls for a gorgeous WOW factor. For a more moody look go for darker tones on the walls.
NO. 4 TEXTURAL ELEMENTS
Incorporate texture throughout your home in cushions, rugs, vases, baskets, furniture ... the sky is the limit! Be sure to mix it up- try using rustic textures with gold accents and brushed, or shiny finishes.
In interior design, CONTRAST is an essential element- textures help give a space depth and richness.
NO. 5 NATURAL WOOD
A major fave right now is natural wood in light tones. The light tone gives any space a light, airy feel and can make the space feel and look larger than it actually is.
Light natural wood tones have a relaxed, fresh style and can be used in flooring, paneling, furniture and cabinetry.
Note: Designs pictured in this blog post are from various sources and designers and not original Carolina Armas Studio designs.