What’s the difference between modern and contemporary decorating? Part 2
Part two of two excellent articles written by Lindsay form Urban Domesticity. In the articles she chats in detail about the difference between contemporary & modern. It is one of the best explanation on this subject I have ever read. It’s extremely well written and a superb read – be sure not to miss it. Click on “Read more…“
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This question was posed on a design message board I participate in:
What’s the difference between modern and contemporary decorating?
It generated some interesting responses, so I decided I’d share my thoughts in-depth here. Yesterday I addressed the term modern and offered some examples of true modern style. In summary, modern generally refers to styles developed in the mid-century. Natural materials, neutral expanses with pops of primary colors, and long, low lines are common in modern styles. You can click here to go back to the post on modern decorating.
So, what does contemporary mean?
The basic definition of contemporary is “of the moment.” Contemporary art, design…
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Posted on June 19, 2012, in Decor, Design, Interior Design and tagged Contemporary, Contemporary vs Modern, Decor, Design, Home, Interior Design, Mid-Century modern, Styles. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.