Holiday Home Interiors by Style: Modern

As we mentioned in our last edition of Allen’s ‘Holiday Home Interiors By Style’, the possibilities for a holiday home design are endless, with many different styles you can adopt to refresh the appearance of your home away from home.

However, it’s important to bear in mind three main factors when it comes to revamping your current holiday home design; space, practicality and achievability. In terms of space, you need to consider how much room you’re working with and what’s possible with the amount of space you have. For example, if your holiday home is quite limited for space, it’s unlikely that you’ll be able to splash out on big furniture. However, what you can do is have a shuffle around of your current furniture to create a different layout with bit more room to move around.

As for practicality, you need to think about how much you can afford to spend and whether what you’re spending on is practical and suitable for your holiday home.

Lastly, let’s take a look at achievability. By achievability or feasibility we mean whether your final concept of your holiday home interior design is realistic and, well, achievable! By having a realistic mindset, you’ll find the process a lot less stressful than if you have unachievable expectations. Also, it will make adding your final touches a lot more exciting and impressive!

So, read on for more on another popular interior style and what you can do to introduce this particular design into your holiday home, or better yet read more at Allens Caravans!caravan interior from the inside

Modern

The modern style is yet another design that is growing in popularity as more and more people are turning to clever, contemporary storage solutions in the hope that it will help their home feel a little more clean cut, airy and spacious. Like the vintage style, there are a few little things you can do to introduce the modern style into your holiday home without making the home feel cold and uncomfortable. Below we have compiled a list of some of the things you can try to achieve the modern interior style:

  • Focus on using whites, blacks and neutral colours.
  • Mini sculptures are always a great way to get a sense of the contemporary life (remember to choose the right colour sculpture for your interior!).
  • Following the colour scheme on again, rugs are always a great way to make a modern home feel a little cosier while still maintaining the contemporary vibe through modern patterns and colours.
  • Lighting is so important when it comes to modern interior design so try to think outside the box and choose lighting solutions that will provide a flood of light without overpowering the room.
  • Wall art is another good way to keep the ‘modern vibe’ thriving and there is such a variety nowadays that you’re spoilt for choice!

These are just a couple of ways you can incorporate the modern interior style into your holiday home courtesy of http://www.allenscaravans.co.uk .

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