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Style of the Month: Contemporary Style

According to Better Homes & Gardens, Contemporary decor is: defined by clean lines with a casual atmosphere, open spaces, neutral colours and elements and materials inspired by nature. 

We at H5 believe that contemporary design is the perfect balance of both traditional and modern/minimalist design and decor. Most of our homes are designed and built in a traditional fashion but that does not stop us from decorating our homes with a more modern and contemporary flare. 

Keep it sleek  with a taupe and white colour scheme. Don’t forget to add your one ‘Pièce de résistance’:



Incorporate flat-front cabinets to the sleek stainless-steel appliances, when it comes to the kitchen and dining area, it’s best to keep it simple. Contemporary design often relies on materials, rather than colour, to give a space visual interest. Granite, stainless steel, wood, and rattan are visually compelling elements in the kitchen. Acacia wood, lucite chairs and one bold statement piece are also great accessories for the dining room. 



Black and white creates a neutral stage for sleek furnishings and rich accessories, such as velvet throw pillows on the bed.

Contemporary design turns your ordinary bathroom into a spa retreat. White walls, wood floors, woodwork, and a tub right in the centre of the bathroom makes the space feel airy and light. Unique accessories and a touch of bold colours  add visual interest. All of the space’s elements should remain subtle so that it does not disturb the serene vibe.



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