Remember when everything on the cartoon The Jetson’s seemed far out and impossible? It’s sure been a wild ride ever since, with the dawn of the technological revolution! Along with that has been a transition into post modern decorating schemes that now look quite normal. Certainly this style existed in the past, as you may recall from the 70’s, but even then it looked rather futuristic. Now it just looks clean, simple, and chic. So if that’s your goal for a room you’re designing, read on!
To teach you how to achieve this sort of aesthetic we are going to break down the elements of the room into sections. It’s usually easier to understand them that way. If you happen to be a novice, this approach will make learning our design a breeze! Just read the bullet points for each aspect of the décor and extract what works best for your personal vision.
The color pallet: Light Steel Grey, Light Jade, Black, Camel Tan, Sunset Orange, Dark Taupe
What makes the room post modern?
- Glass and metal
- Very smooth, un-textured surfaces
- Rounded corners
- Gray, tan, orange color pallet.
- Just one pop color, orange, rather than a complex color scheme
- Straight lines
- Geometric shapes
What makes the colors work well together?
- They’re all warm.
- Orange can be tough. This is simplified by spotlighting it rather than trying to coordinate it. It also packs a punch this way.
- The green plants break up what could seem monotonous, and it works because it is an eco-green rather than a synthetic.
What makes the room seem comfortable and inviting?
- The wood floor.
What would we change?
- If you love this room but feel it lacks some panache, we’d definitely throw down a zebra patterned rug! But, FYI, it would change the vibe and slightly reduce the post modern element.