Interior Styles -
Contemporary Living

Explore the emphasised sleek lines and form of Contemporary Living and discover a world of sophisticated simplicity. A blend of refined neutrals with cream, black, grey and white set the scene for furniture pieces to create striking profiles. A focus on mindful accessorising creates interesting spotlights on eye-catching abstract artwork, while highlighting an abundance of space and light. Contemporary Living style reflects attitudes of ‘here and now’ accented by comfort and a warm welcoming.

  • Master Suite Master Suite
  • Ensuite Ensuite
  • Living Living
  • Study Nook Study Nook
  • Kitchen Kitchen

Wall Colour

Dulux Mt Aspiring PN2B1

Sheers on Black Rods

Allow the natural light to filter through by choosing white sheer curtains.

Artwork

Step away from traditional framed artwork by introducing sculptural pieces for a striking look.

Wallpaper

Ascraft, Khroma – Back to Nature BAC702 Divo Midnight

Lighting

If you’re introducing dark walls in this scheme, ensure you illuminate with the right lighting. White shades will always add just the right amount of illumination.

Flowers and Indoor Plants

Introduce flowers to soften the contrasting elements in your Master Suite.

Linen Layering Cushions

Layer with cushions and throw rugs, occasionally adding a pop of colour for an inexpensive, yet fresh look.

Carpet

Nepal Loop Pile
Wool – Pewter 750

Floor Rug

Introduce pattern and texture to compliment other soft furnishings in the room and to add contrast to a plain carpet.

Occasional furniture

If you have the space, why not soften the corner of your bedroom with an occasional chair. The perfect little reading nook in your own private sanctuary.

Master Suite
  • Wall Colour

    Dulux Mt Aspiring PN2B1

    Wall Colour
  • Sheers on Black Rods

    Allow the natural light to filter through by choosing white sheer curtains.

    Sheers on Black Rods
  • Artwork

    Step away from traditional framed artwork by introducing sculptural pieces for a striking look.

    Artwork
  • Wallpaper

    Ascraft, Khroma – Back to Nature BAC702 Divo Midnight

    Wallpaper
  • Lighting

    If you’re introducing dark walls in this scheme, ensure you illuminate with the right lighting. White shades will always add just the right amount of illumination.

    Lighting
  • Flowers and Indoor Plants

    Introduce flowers to soften the contrasting elements in your Master Suite.

    Flowers and Indoor Plants
  • Linen Layering Cushions

    Layer with cushions and throw rugs, occasionally adding a pop of colour for an inexpensive, yet fresh look.

    Linen Layering Cushions
  • Carpet

    Nepal Loop Pile
    Wool – Pewter 750

    Carpet
  • Floor Rug

    Introduce pattern and texture to compliment other soft furnishings in the room and to add contrast to a plain carpet.

    Floor Rug
  • Occasional furniture

    If you have the space, why not soften the corner of your bedroom with an occasional chair. The perfect little reading nook in your own private sanctuary.

    Occasional furniture

Create the Look

01

Keep high ticket items neutral in colour and contemporary in design

02

Keep window furnishings light and airy

03

Introduce pattern, texture and colour in your soft furnishings, artwork and wallpapers

04

Indoor plants and fresh flowers are perfect in this style to contrast with the Monochromatic scheme

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