Be it fashion, furniture or accessories we love to follow trends. We do love our classics but things that are passé doesn’t suit the current trends of interiors and décor. We need to ask ourselves one question- Why do some homes look dated and tired while others always look fresh and current? Given below are some of comparisons sorted for your clear understanding of dated and contemporary styling of interiors.
Damask is a pattern which garnered popularity in the 90’s which can be updated by a large statement bloom instead in today’s interiors.
A large bloom looks quite classy and chic instead of continuous damask pattern which after a point becomes monotonous.
Fast furniture is the easy-to-assemble (and even easier to afford) designs which really blew up in the mid-1980s and have been going strong since. The modern version of fast furniture is simple and bold colour functional pieces like these ones.
Tuscan furniture was quite popular during the 2000 which got replaced by the Italian furniture which has a special place in everybody’s home these days.
An interior in Italian furniture looks chic and comfortable for modern living. The appeal is quite invigorating.
In the 80’s the pastel story was all about dusty blue or dusty pink colour which did not give a clean look. Today’s pastel story is about muted tones of pink and blue and everything light in shade which gives a very classy touch to any interiors.
The industrial styling of furniture was all about using bare lights hanging from the walls but these days the lighting effect has changed a most composed and sophisticated form of lighting effect has taken its place.
The MD and Creative Head of Spacio Mr.Navin Kanodia says “The interiors today is also about timeless pieces which has been in the history but has modified and nurtured itself to fit into the trend of time. We want our readers to seek out designs, styles and colors that are considered to be “dated,” and have been given a touch a modernity through revamping.”