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Trending on Remodelista: The New Modern

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Trending on Remodelista: The New Modern

May 20, 2022

Today’s modern isn’t your grandmother’s modern. It’s more approachable, less formulaic, and not afraid to show a human touch. Here are some examples of the new modern from Remodelista’s week of “Finishing Touches.”

Soft Modern

A pastel attic bedroom designed by Heju. Photograph courtesy of Heju, from Architectural Feats in a Paris Duplex.
Above: A pastel attic bedroom designed by Heju. Photograph courtesy of Heju, from Architectural Feats in a Paris Duplex.

Sustainable Modern

Design studio Tableau teamed up with \25 creatives to create furniture pieces made from leftover Douglas fir from Danish flooring company Dinesen. Photograph courtesy of Copenhagen Contemporary, from Responsible Reuse: Furniture Built from Dinesen Offcuts for a Museum Café.
Above: Design studio Tableau teamed up with 25 creatives to create furniture pieces made from leftover Douglas fir from Danish flooring company Dinesen. Photograph courtesy of Copenhagen Contemporary, from Responsible Reuse: Furniture Built from Dinesen Offcuts for a Museum Café.

Classic Modern

A clean-lined concrete sink pairs well with a vintage mirror. Photograph by Matthew Williams, from Remodelista Reconnaissance: A Minimalist Sink in a Shelter Island Beach House.
Above: A clean-lined concrete sink pairs well with a vintage mirror. Photograph by Matthew Williams, from Remodelista Reconnaissance: A Minimalist Sink in a Shelter Island Beach House.

Playful Modern

Above: A creative couple uses an old-school material (tiles) to create delightful furniture. See Made in DTLA: A Young Couple’s of-the-Moment Tiled Furniture Line.

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