Hitting that perfect blend of light and dark in any interior can be a hard task for even a master, and in the era of contemporary, even the most modern of interiors tend to have a single bold flash of color that can change the entire aesthetic and ambiance. It is the combination of all the tiny details that actually sets up the stage for an authentic interior setting and modern contemporary interprets that fashion in both subtle and loud aesthetics. It is an uncanny juxtaposition of thoughts and relations, and it is definitely a challenge to achieve that level of ultimate harmony between the color and material palates. Theatrics tend to lean more towards the baroque, but contemporary design has an idiosyncratic way of achieving that unorthodox ideology of loud, yet restrained – you do have to master the skill and have an eye for detailing to achieve that, though. The amalgamation of restrained and yet not is a very specific aesthetic – one that needs just the tiniest, most subtle splash of bold, and keeping all of this in mind, today we will be observing a palate of interior schemes that thrive on their understated theatrics in the best ways.
1. Black and white
A monochromatic theme is one of the more elegant and sophisticated palates available in the market, but they can be far from casual or restrained. This interior however, manages to amalgamate the two aesthetics by introducing a low key third texture that is more casual than it would ever be outgoing.
Yellow is one of those colors that can either brighten or tighten the visual context of an interior depending on the surrounding aesthetics. In this particular scheme, the combination of yellow, whites, and grays merges together to create a vivid, yet understated look that is both visually appealing, as well as youthful.
3. Primary Scheme
The primary color palate – red, yellow, green and blue – is what the rest of the color wheel is actually made of, and this interior manages to incorporate the basic hues and colors in a single interior scheme in a way that is both understated as well as theatrical.
4. Low Key
There is something every minimal about this interior, and a single, cursory glance can never reveal if it is minimal or just modern, but it is the strip of black overhead window that truly reveals the theatrical part of this otherwise subdued formation.
The dull navy blue of the wall in this interior setting is what adds the feeling of subdued to this interior scheme – however, the light oak wood and contrasting white furniture make sure that the blue becomes the theatrical aspect of this otherwise somber and understated interior scheme.