This is the photo I originally used to depict this trend. I really like the way the modern plastic mixes with the rococo elements of the mirror and chandelier. It's not exactly Star Wars, but it definitely has a modern/trad vibe.
I love the way this deck incorporates translucent material - literally combining nature with technology.
The midcentury look - which this has in spades, thanks to the mod shapes of the chair and light - will always have that "future" feel. They're the "curves" to which Danielle James refers.
Yes, we have had the discussion about above-the-counter sinks. But these clear, square bowls really work with the counter, don't they? They're a new twist on that old trend.
A vaguely mid-century door in wood + cool frosted panels=an entryway full of "Odyssey."
More of those frosted panels - this time used inside. I really like the way they unobtrusively divide the space. Plus, the material itself is so futuristic and it's a great match for "nature" right outside those amazing windows.
Sleek modern minimalism, windows with sweeping views, a little bit of "nature" with that crazy chandelier - this room has all the elements.
This space is sort of cheeky (the rug), a lot modern (the shapes), and a little natural (the wood behind the bed).