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How to Turn Your Home around the Avant-Garde Way?

Are you tired of the way your home currently looks?

The Avant-Garde S House In Japan

It is perfectly normal to be bored with conventional home designs and the years and years of tradition. In fact, most homeowners today are looking for a way out of all that’s basic and traditional. They are tempted to think outside the box and create a strikingly unique home.

If you can romanticize the idea of doing something different, then you definitely have a knack for avant-garde design. You would love to break the rules and played out tradition, mix and match and combine different styles to give your home the avant-garde appeal it needs!

But how do you exactly do that? It’s simple to go about it. Fortunately, in today’s modern world, manufacturers and designers are constantly prioritizing avant-garde style in their methods to create some really unique design of home and décor stuff. Starting with the design, fixtures, artwork, and architect, you can your home a notch up for an avant-garde look.

Here’s how to get started:

Indulge with artistic architecture: It’s not about putting walls and ceilings together to create living space. Avant-garde architecture is about sculpting art out of everything. It can give your home a robust, romantic and unique look.

Get a few avant-garde paintings: We’re sorry but you cannot call it a home unless you have paintings on your wall. Not just any paintings but avant-garde artwork puts an altogether edgy look. Such paintings would imminently upscale your efforts of turning your home around. But where do you find them? If you’re based in the US, then check out Infinite Universe Art; A. Gregg Pader has a particular style and he works around “circles” in a wholly unique way to create art. Just by looking at his paintings you can comprehend to the idea of “infinity”.

Paint: A very important factor in your goal. Here you should go with contrasting colors but it’s very important to not mess it up. You need to get your choice of a base color – the dominant shade – right and followed by having a brief assimilation of your second color. It’s key to get your color choice right in either respects.

Atypical walls: There has got to be some spot in your home where you have cutting-edge wall designs. But don’t forget, just walls do not always look good. You need to have minimalistic furniture by it.

Not just your average furniture: It is a crime to get this wrong when you are looking for avant-garde aesthetics. Here you need to follow the tradition of color coordination and not go with something that would look freaky. Minimalistic furniture is the best way to go about it!

Yes, the lights: Your home lighting should not be only in the form of bulbs and fixtures installed on top of the walls. Invest in lighting equipment that bears a personality, are distinctive in design and appeal to the people around. Your lighting gadgets should be the center of attention, always.

Next time you are scratching your head about how to properly design the entire outlook of your home, try going about the avant-garde styles as it would definitely suit your purpose of doing something remarkably unique.

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