Modern Home Furnishings
This space is rich with texture, which creates warmth and dimension. There’s also plenty of character even though it’s sticking to a strict color palette. For a similarly inviting and grounded environment, get inspired by nature.
You can see pieces in the flesh at Burrow’s flagship in New York’s SoHo neighborhood or at one of their partner showrooms. With our Design Your Own Bedding & Pillows technology, you can customize your bedding and pillows however you choose. We simplify the design process, giving you myriad tools you can use to pick and choose exactly what you want for your bedding and pillows.
If the walls in a hallway are feeling tired or lackluster, add a gallery wall. Bring in antique frames, or hit up a thrift store or flea market, and arrange a ton of hand mirrors into a gallery wall. If you want to transform your bedroom into a palace fit for royalty, add a canopy. This white gauze fabric hangs so beautifully and brings an ethereal look to the minimalist bedroom. If any area in your home is feeling austere, sheepskin throws are the easiest solution.
From the inky stained wood to the modern side chair and clean-lined ladder, this home library designed by Fiona Lynch is a gorgeous contemporary take on traditional design. You could fill it with books—or you could add in decor accents and accessories like vases and sculptures to break up the monotony of a wall of books. Not only will it feel more cohesive, but if you’ve got a lot of bright colors in your collection, they’ll stand out even more. Homes inspired by classic Scandinavian design will appreciate the furnishings and accessories from Denmark’s Menu and Finland’s iittala, including a number of items fit for kitchens and tabletops. For any interior style, you are sure to find the complementing decorations you need here. Show-stopping designs, inspired by mid-century classics like Arne Jacobsen’s swan chair, Bertoia’s wire designs, or Eames designed lounge chairs, continue to steal the show.
The word “modern” is one of the most misused phrases in decorating. Often confused with contemporary style, today’s modern style is based on a design movement that was birthed around the turn of the 20th century. Modern style furnishings and decor celebrate natural materials, neutral or earthy colors, and the elimination of unnecessary detailing. While you may see a range of colors in contemporary styling, modern styles would have monochromatic colors.