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As the world of interior design evolves, trends come and go. One design trend that has been growing in popularity in recent years is the modern Neo-classical style. This style combines the classical elements of ancient Greek and Roman architecture with modern elements to create a fresh and updated look.

In this blog, we will discuss the modern Neo-classical style and its characteristics, as well as how it can be incorporated into your home design.

Characteristics of the Modern Neo-Classical Style

The modern Neo-classical style is characterized by its focus on balance, symmetry, and proportion. The design often features columns, pediments, and friezes, which are traditional elements of classical architecture. However, unlike traditional Neo-classical design, the modern Neo-classical style incorporates modern materials such as glass, metal, and concrete to create a fresh and updated look.

See a example of our Galatea Project:

Another key feature of the modern Neo-classical style is the use of muted color palettes. Shades of white, cream, beige, and gray are often used as a base color, with pops of color added through artwork, accessories, or furniture.

See a example of our New York Project

In terms of furniture, the modern Neo-classical style favors simple, clean lines with minimal ornamentation. Furniture is often upholstered in neutral tones and made from high-quality materials such as leather, velvet, or linen.

See a example of our Clark Adam Project