Historically, modern-oriented practicality. In order for something that can be described as modern, it should have a functional form. Therefore, it includes a clear line and an open floor plan.
In the early nineteenth century, people opposed traditional decorations and began to develop innovative and futuristic ideas. The modern style as we know it today is a slight change of medieval perception of the updated decoration. Postmodernism, on the other hand, looks very different.
Modern designs are mostly associated with minimalist schemes. Modern perspectives are more open than closed and they support the ‘more or less’ theory. Modern interior design elements are relatively limited and they suggest clearly illustrated spaces. Modern buildings are often deliberately asymmetrical to resemble historical traditions and architecture.
Modern homes inspire a feeling of elegance and class. This is because designers apply pastel, neutral color palettes to walls and ceiling floors (mainly white) and ‘stripped’ that rely on their natural beauty. The modern interior design is also characterized by brightness and openness, and excellent light dispersion.