Enjoy this fabulous guest post, thanks to author Susi from DesignShuffle.com!
Hi, everyone, I’m Susi and I write as a guest blogger for Design Shuffle, a fabulous social media site that promotes interior designers and their work from around the world. My writing focuses on things I’m passionate about: interior design, decorating ideas, home furnishings, gardening, travel and art. I get to look at gorgeous things all day and write about them. I’m a very lucky girl!
I am so happy to be visiting Delysia Style today! Global style in contemporary rooms is a hot design trend right now. Adding elements from faraway lands can bring warmth and interest to contemporary spaces, which tend to be minimalist and cool. Moroccan design, including rugs, textiles and lighting, is very popular now, as are Turkish kilim rugs and Balinese textiles like Ikat. Here are 8 contemporary rooms that go global in style. Enjoy!
Beautiful Paper via
This global inspired living room is a mix of styles and continents. Despite the more traditional shape of the armchairs, the colorful, pattern filled room has a decidedly contemporary spin on design.
An Indian Summer via
Color can invoke faraway lands even in a minimalist room. Pink is a popular wall color in India and the deep pink wall, combined with the Indian portraits, subtly references India in this sleek space.
Designed for Life via
A predominately white contemporary space has colorful global accessories that add color, pattern and interest to the room. A horse sculpture on the bookcase and a colorful throw on the stool add global accents.
A carved wood panel adds texture and global flair to the monochrome contemporary bedroom design. Textiles and brass details contribute to the global contemporary style.
Designed for Life via
Global style in a contemporary space can mean the inclusion of one incredible design element, like this Indian screen, in an otherwise minimal space. Patterns and textiles can add texture and interest without being colorful.
Papa Stour via
Contemporary global doesn’t just mean exotic influences. Global design movements, like Scottish contemporary above, include European countries as well as lands further afield.
My Blue Canoe via
Global and contemporary often lead to an eclectic mixing of furnishing from different eras as well as different countries. Moroccan elements like the lantern and rug hung as a wall hanging coexist beautifully with a contemporary white sofa and antique wood side table.
Photo Problem via
Global style, and living room design ideas, can be found in the details and accessories in this contemporary space. The wood carvings flanking the fireplace add an exotic charm. Love the chandelier.
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