Maximising Modernity In Transitional Neoclassical Interiors
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Neoclassical decoration first appeared in 18th-century Britain and France, drawing from classical Roman and Greek architecture and art. It originally featured decorative columns and reliefs, gilded accessories, luxurious swamps and luxurious furniture. Over time, the neoclassical interior style has evolved to include chic modern pieces that gently blend in with the classical influence. Now, the transitional neoclassical interiors we present here today have a bolder and sometimes more minimalist modernity driven through highly ornate surroundings. The juxtaposition of uber-contemporary versus intricate classic details creates inspiring spaces that are firmly planted in the present, with a sad look over the shoulder to the elegant past.
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