Rich colours, sumptuous fabrics and unique light fixtures are just a few of the elements of contemporary cultural style. Create an exotic space that is fresh and modern by using both form as well as function.
What’s holier than a living space in an old church? Contemporary furniture brings in the new while the grand piano and expansive geometric windows usher in the old.
Bold colors of green and red as well as stately orchids give this living room and dining room a distinctly Asian feel, complemented by a stylish pendant light.
Give the little lady of the house a bedroom with contemporary cultural style with fun and exciting colors. Add a lot of decorative pillows as well as other linens to make the room more welcoming. Make sure to add a floral print rug and playful table lamps and chandelier to brighten up the room.
A bathroom in organic colours with a Japanese-inspired plant looks streamlined against seagass green walls and modern wall sconces.
Reminiscent of North African seaside retreats, a bedroom with a sheer draping canopy suspended from a wood-slat roof creates instant serenity, and matching table lamps add stylish symmetry.
Contemporary cultural style isn’t only about interior spaces – it can be used outside as well, like a Zen garden complete with stone statues and a manicured landscape.
Ooh la la! A French-inspired kitchen may appear to be old-fashioned, but the appliances, made to resemble antiques, are state-of-the-art, along with the copper pots, which are both beautiful and useful.
A chic white living room with Swedish-style furniture is taken up a decor-notch with a bauble chandelier and vibrant prints on the walls.