Metricon’s Lookbook series is a gallery of interior styles, providing helpful hints on how to  recreate these beautiful styles in your own home. With more than 20 inspiring themes, there is sure to be something for every home decorator.

We are proud to introduce Modernism to our Lookbook series- a contemporary scheme imitating that of the European modernist movement from the 20th century. 

Styled at Metricon’s Botanica- on display in Fyansford, Victoria, this new interior scheme showcases key concepts, including ‘form follows function’ and ‘truth to materials’. Our interactive online Lookbook features design tips and tricks for each room- bringing the Modernism style to life.


 
What typifies a Modernism theme?
  • Oak and walnut timbers
  • Raw concrete forms and black detailing
  • Muted earthy colours in olives, navy, and rust
  • Furniture imitating that of the European modernist movement from the mid-20th century. 

How to recreate the Modernism look in your home
 
The essence of Modernism style stems from the quintessential ‘contemporary’ design scheme through the use of oak and walnut timbers, paired with raw concrete forms and black detailing. To perfectly align with a mid-20th century interior, introduce designer furniture in muted earthy tones such as olives, navy, and rust. Replica or designer styles from influences such as the Bauhaus designers also sit in perfect harmony with the Modernism look.
 

 
When styling, opt for abstract, bold and contrasting elements which work perfectly with this scheme. Introducing contemporary artwork and indoor plants also help brighten this otherwise minimal theme- bringing interest and a pop of colour to each room.
 
Modernism Lookbook theme is designed to help redecorators and prospective new home owners to explore and recreate new styles. For further details on re-creating this refreshing contemporary look in your very own home, explore Moderism on Metricon’s online Lookbook.

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