Elegant light layers, smooth luxury marble features, exquisite boiserie and smart wainscot panels come together to create three stunning neoclassical style spaces. Shapely modern twists spike the classical backdrops to create homes that are relevant and functional whilst exquisitely beautiful. It is perhaps the exceptional modern lighting options that form the most significant element in uniting the classic and modern aesthetics. Extraordinary chandeliers, candle inspired modern wall sconces and bold floor lamps call attention to refined architectural form, whilst causing an edgy shift in the lacy glamour. Take a tour through three grand open concept living spaces, magnificent kitchen arrangements, and luxe boiserie laden bedroom designs.
Our first inspirational neoclassical piece is a home concept visualized by
Fabulously decorative mouldings depict florals at either side of a grand fireplace. A contemporary designer
Wainscot panels have been gently shaded with a delicate tint of warm grey, which is drawn out by darker sofa upholstery.
Another semicircular focal point is hung playfully inverse of the arched doorway. A modern black console unit displays more sculptural focus underneath.
The trilateral pendant light is also a great fit for the dining area, where its semicircular motif complements a set of curvaceous modern dining chairs.
A classical white bust is elevated on a plinth behind the contrasting black rectangular dining table.
The black bands of the lighting fixture cut deeply against the ethereal backdrop.
In this alternative visualisation of the same dining space, a crisp cross shaped chandelier draws focus to the more linear aspects of its neoclassical setting.
Modern elements adhere to a black colourway, whilst neoclassical features shape the pure white canvas.
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Moving on into the kitchen, a
Here we see the same kitchen design brought to life with a striking side by side semicircular pendant arrangement.
A matt black kitchen faucet boldly punctuates the smooth white island countertop.
The white marble finish seamlessly wraps the edges of the island to give the volume a solid monolithic effect.
In this alternative kitchen concept, the original shapely bar stool design has been switched out for a simpler style. The new circular frames make a curvy connection with the island light.
Glass doors share the sunlight.
Unique lounge furniture introduces contemporary form into the heart of our second neoclassical inspired space. A classic
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The chic modern sofa backs onto the kitchen peninsula, leaving a defined walkway to the bedrooms.
Ribbed siding texturally defines the dining peninsula from the rest of the shaker style kitchen cabinetry. A marble countertop and backsplash bring natural pattern.
Humorous wall art nods to both the classical and modern influences.
Inside the master bedroom, decorative boiserie frames another piece of art that hangs aglow under a picture light.
Crown moulding works around a partition wall that divides the bedroom entryway from a dressing area.
An arched recess has been made in the partition wall to accommodate a bespoke shelving unit. LEDs light up a display of designer bags.
The second double bedroom is a slightly more modest affair. A modern
Mint accent pillows and a matching throw accent the grey and white platform bed.
Our final neoclassical living space is a tranquil abode with layers of greige, taupe and dreamy white.
A marble TV wall is cut through with striking geometric pattern, which contradicts the delicate boiserie embellishments around the rest of the room. A linear TV unit floats cleanly above the floor.
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