Interior Design Tips: Moodboard Based on the Neoclassic Concept

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Interior Design Tips: Moodboard Based on the Neoclassic Concept ⇒ The neoclassic design concept is all about elegance and sophistication. Interior designers that often recur to this exceptional style often introduce traditional pieces with contemporary luxury like no other, resulting in living spaces with timeless elegance and glamour. Today, CovetED explores a unique design moodboard created by Trendbook – a forecaster of trends that seeks to offer visual storytelling and innovative design – that is based on neoclassical interior design, so come on this journey with us and discover new interior design tips through opulent spaces and products.

 


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In this interior design style, beauty and refinement come together as one especially when art and interior design mesh so well together. Interior designers who follow this style often introduce traditionally inspired pieces into an interior space intermingling them with modern elements in order to create living spaces that have a strong character and an unrivalled level of elegance.

 

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Interior by Tatyana Myronova with furnishings from Versace, Boca do Lobo, Koket, A Modern Grand Tour and Eichholtz

 

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Living room with features from the neoclassic and art deco styles

 

The neoclassic design style has a varied colour palette with colours such as cream, grey, blue, yellow and green taking the centre stage whereas tones like lustre black, red, gold and silver are mostly used as patches of colour to highlight the overall style.

 

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Venice mirror by Boca do Lobo

 

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Interior design by Boca do Lobo

 

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Lamp Triplo Blooming by Vista Alegre

 

Usually, neoclassical furniture is rather symmetrical. In an interior of such a theme, you can expect to see dark wood furniture, embellished ornaments, stone and marble floors and even Persian carpets. Fabrics also play an important role in this style, they are often more luxurious than ostentatious, such as damask silk, brocade, linen, and, of course, velvet.

 

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Manhattan penthouse designed by Juan Pablo Molyneux

 

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Neoclassical-styled living room design of a Lithuanian home by Diff Studio

 

When it comes to decorative accessories, objects such as urns, Wedgwood china, pottery and statues are often placed above furniture in order to further emphasize a luxurious ambience. Smooth marble, geometric tiles, ornate boiserie, sculptural lightings are also often used in order to add a bit of drama to the space. Furthermore, neoclassical interiors feature large mirrors, astounding flower decor and artwork as well as decorative mouldings which adorn the walls and ceilings.

 

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Bisazza Los Angeles flagship store featuring the brand’s Opus Romano | Vienna Nero design

 

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Cotton House Hotel Barcelona

 

As a whole, the neoclassical aesthetic combines luxury and opulence with a relaxed atmosphere to provide an elegant aura and charm.

 


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