The terms "modern" and "contemporary" are often used interchangeably when talking about interior design, but the two styles are actually very different. That minimalist, streamlined, clutter-free look that you probably call "modern" is actually a contemporary aesthetic. Design by Rodriguez Studio Architecture. Check out our new guide to find out more about what "contemporary" actually means: http://bit.ly/2bNWhkU
Clinching Contemporary: Open Up Your Space with Lines, Movement, and Color The word 'contemporary' refers to the here and now, the current era, or to things existing alongside each other. In interior design, however, it refers to
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