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The one way for us to become great, perhaps inimitable, is by imitating the ancients.
During the 18th and 19th centuries in Europe and, to a lesser extent, America, neoclassical interior design emerged as one of the prevailing design trends, competing with Romanticism. Today, the style continues to be popular as a timeless aesthetic. Of course, most modern designers put unique contemporary touches on it.
The style is marked by its elegance and timelessness. It is more modest compared to some of the more opulent aesthetics of the time. Nonetheless, there is an era-transcending luxury built into neoclassical.
Neoclassical interior design is seen in features such as paneling and molding, particularly imitating classical columns. Additionally, the style utilizes a lot of wood elements in furniture.
Colors: Neoclassical colors tend to be very mild. They include white, cream, gray, yellow, blue, green and other muted hues. Black, red, silver and gold may be used as accent colors.
Furniture: Furniture typically has exposed wood or metal structure providing an outline of the shape. Upholstery is typically high-quality and luxurious without being ostentatious. A classical-style chaise lounge is a common feature of sitting areas.
Decorative Motifs: Floral motifs are common, especially in pillows, rugs and wall designs. Urns, jugs and statues are common decorations.
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