Avant-garde is a popular style direction that originated in the sixties of the twentieth century on the basis of the revolutionary views of modern youth. To date, the style has been successfully used for interior design of cottages, urban private houses, office space, as well as apartments. In particular, avant-garde is popular with homeowners and interior designers who prefer bold, out-of-the-ordinary design solutions that go against standard style and architectural principles, as well as original interior items and accessories.
AVANT-GARDE STYLE FEATURES IN COTTAGE DESIGN
Avant-garde style cottage design is distinguished by the following characteristic features, which sharply distinguish it from other styles:
- The use of contrasting color combinations of various tones and shades, while non-standard color mixing is acceptable, the use of several bright contrasts at once.
- Combination of various finishing materials (for example, natural wood and stone, glass and chrome-plated metal), unusual interior items and accessories of various geometric shapes and configurations.
- The presence of various structural additions in the room: podiums, steps, shelving, arches.
- Equipment of the cottage premises with multifunctional furniture, both standard shapes and configurations, and unusual designs.
- Equipment of versatile open-plan kitchen areas combined with living and dining rooms.
The main colors of the avant-garde style are bright yellow, red, blue and green, as well as neutral tones of beige, brown and light gray. Laminate, parquet, linoleum, wallpaper, plastic, wood panels and textiles are mainly used as finishing materials for decorating the floor, walls and ceiling of cottages. The avant-garde style direction is quite easy to implement when arranging country and city cottages, following the basic rules of style. This style is perfect for decorating the interior of homes owned by creative, active, creative and fun personalities.