Contemporary interior design in South Korea



Contemporary-bathroom-idea

Contemporary bathroom idea

Contemporary interior design has its own specific features in every individual part of the world.

Europeans prefer minimalistic, high-tech and classicism as styles. On the contrary, North America – Canada and USA – is full of house decorated in old fashioned retro styles like Victorian, Baroque and Ancient Greek. Every designer – no matter where he lives or where he was born – is cool with borrowing ideas from designers living in other countries or continents. But Asian people are stuck to their traditions mostly. They prefer their own Oriental interior design to excel, although, here we see minimalistic, classical and high-tech ornaments and pieces of furniture, too.
Contemporary interior design in South Korea, for example, impresses with its tidiness, neatness and absolute comfortableness.

Contemporary living room furniture

Contemporary-living-room-furniture

Contemporary living room furniture

Furniture is arranged in the most convenient way to the occupants in the house or in the apartment. Color scheme is simple and elegant and shades are mostly light – white, beige, yellow, brown, grey and silver. Mat surfaces and finest workmanship presents South Koreans` love for magical atmosphere and meanwhile shows stability, wealthy and straightforwardness.Furniture as tables, chairs, cabinets, plots and multifunctional boxes in kitchen, dining room or in corridor are mostly wooden. People from this part of the world are honestly keen on bamboo, palm and teak. Quality is on tom – the amount of things, decorations and pieces of furniture is not that important. No snobbery or exuberance is allowed in interior design ideas. Ornaments follow one line that is all the same in the all premises.

Elegant kitchen island

Elegant-kitchen-island

Elegant kitchen island

Flat, low and elegant furniture is preferred than the stately and bright motives in spending damasks. Mostly, one room leads to the others without using doors for that. Curtains and arches separate different premises in fine constructed houses or in comfortable studios. Walls, ceiling and flooring are painted in one color scheme. Glass materials for making shelves, tables and borders are combined with big windows, which are used for decorating doors, too. Rooms are wide and fresh, smells are strictly chosen and music is whispering gently together with the wind. All sensations express harmony and static balance.

Contemporary living room design

Contemporary-living-room-design

Contemporary living room design

Contemporary reading area

Contemporary-reading-area

Contemporary reading area


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