These three neoclassical home designs push firmly into the contemporary realm, leaving decorative molding, wainscotting, and intricate ceiling roses in a subtle supporting role of contemporary furniture pieces, area rugs, statement lighting, and succinct splashes of color. The first of our three featured home designs conveys a relaxed modern vibe with on-trend bouclé upholstery and fluted finishes. Home design number two is an uber elegant abode with luxe marble elements and alluring curves. Our third and final tour takes place in a nordic inspired space with mid-century modern influences. A stronger color palette gives this design a much bolder character, which confidently drives classic detailing into the periphery.
White decor washes a sense of peace and tranquility through our first neoclassical living space. A modern
A wooden coffee table adds a note of visual warmth on the white
Traditional crown molding, wainscotting, and boiserie panels make an elegant perimeter. A recessed frame of LED light draws particular attention to the decorative boiserie behind the sofa to create an atmospheric focal point.
Wainscotting is applied around a serving hatch that’s fitted with louver doors. A kitchen bar stool pulls up to the hatch to utilize it as a breakfast bar.
A piano area is set up by the living room window, where sheer white voiles blow romantically in the breeze.
The sitting area flows openly into the kitchen diner. Panel molding folds seamlessly around the walls to create one cohesive visual.
In the formal dining area, a wall of storage units is fashioned to include a decorative arch at the center. Shelving is installed inside to make an attractive display.
A modern wooden fruit bowl is perched on the breakfast bar area as a simple and practical centerpiece.
The chairs seat up to four diners at the
Fluted glass doors provide entry to the kitchen. They also share natural light from the large dining room window.
A decorative vase holds a floral display as a pretty dining table centerpiece.
Inside the small kitchen, sleek white units help the compact space feel larger. Red cookware provides a bright and cheerful accent.
A floating storage unit makes good use of space at the back of the long dining room. A modern wall sconce emits soft mood lighting.
The final bedroom contains a simple home workspace. A traditional desk is teamed with a modern desk chair and a contemporary vase. A yellow bedroom pendant light drops color at the opposite side of the room, where it spotlights a unique bedside table.
Curves rule in our second contemporary neoclassical home tour.
The star of the
Attractive boiserie panels frame the TV and a unique contemporary wall light.
A fluted media unit merges with a matching column. Fashionably fluted crown molding meets with traditional ceiling molding.
Moving over into the neoclassical dining room, we discover more trendy fluted finishes. A round pedestal dining table stands upon a textured base and a wall of open shelving is textured with fluted backing. LED strips accentuate the ribbed aesthetic.
Modern dining chairs seat a party of six.
An elegant dining room pendant light descends from a molded ceiling treatment that accommodates recessed spotlights in each corner.
A blue accent chair adds an uplifting pop of color to the white living room.
A partition wall separates the living room from a reading room. Illuminated cabinets store books behind fluted glass doors.
The small reading area is situated opposite the apartment’s elevator doors.
In the bedroom, a yellow ochre headboard makes a warm focal point. A modern rug lays down bold pattern.
Finally, we come to our third neoclassical home design, which is influenced by nordic and mid-century styles. A modern
A coffee table contrasts the blue
Striking modern artwork colors the walls with deep blue bands.
An archway leads into a formal dining room with
An assortment of
Rich wood tone kitchen cabinets provide a warm backdrop for the white marble island.