2,333 New Orleans Contemporary Home Design Photos

Contemporary interior design is the opposite of classic — it is bold and trendy and emphasizes popular design. In contemporary homes, shapes and textures take the spotlight. Natural materials, such as linen and jute, are often paired with curvy, geometric furniture and mix-and-match metal and wood. Unlike stark modern or elegant traditional spaces, a contemporary house is not afraid of color; bright, contrasting hues and stark black and white are both often found in this interior design style. Chevron patterns, chalkboard paint and plastic furniture might be popular today, but contemporary decorating ideas always evolve to stay on top of what’s new. When it comes to contemporary architecture, dramatic details and shapes are must-have components, while indoor-outdoor living, open floor plans and natural light are also key.
Zangara + Partners
Camp Street Residence
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Renovation of a 19th century townhome in New Orleans. Architect: Zangara + Partners Photographer: Jeffrey Johnston
“unique eclectic design and elegant use of contrasting white and black colours” — radanatrubka
Valorie Hart
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Valorie Hart Designs
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“Color” — poneil36
Sigfredo Construction
Valorie Hart
4 Reviews
Valorie Hart Designs
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“showroom” — Nhla Mahmoud
L.I.N.E.S INTERIORS
3 Reviews
Latest Project
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“Floors” — Bahar Daijavad
Maison de Reve Builders LLC
5 Reviews
Terra Bella Show House 2013
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SNAP Photography Maria Barcelona Interiors
“Dog kennel” — Kirsty Skinner
Valorie Hart
4 Reviews
Valorie Hart Designs
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“Dalia” — dona18
The French Mix Interior Design
7 Reviews
City Park Avenue New Orleans
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Timothy Dunford
“Too shabby chic but getting closer” — ostmo
Contemporary interior design is the opposite of classic — it is bold and trendy and emphasizes popular design. In contemporary homes, shapes and textures take the spotlight. Natural materials, such as linen and jute, are often paired with curvy, geometric furniture and mix-and-match metal and wood. Unlike stark modern or elegant traditional spaces, a contemporary house is not afraid of color; bright, contrasting hues and stark black and white are both often found in this interior design style. Chevron patterns, chalkboard paint and plastic furniture might be popular today, but contemporary decorating ideas always evolve to stay on top of what’s new. When it comes to contemporary architecture, dramatic details and shapes are must-have components, while indoor-outdoor living, open floor plans and natural light are also key.
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