Decorative columns, based on the name, will act as the decorative elements in a room. They won’t stay worthlessly; they’ll be the room’s focal point. The columns do not always have to be appeared in large, classic presentation. As time passed by, the columns have been designed to follow the hottest trend and be shown up contemporarily. Below are 6 inspirational designs that, we believe, will trigger you to redo them in real life.
Traditional-looking Decorative Columns
First is the creation of Sarah Davison Interior Design for a spot in a Spanish apartment. The team chose to offer appealing approach through the two swirling columns in white, standing to the plastered, white ceiling and on the parquetry floors. Second is the creation of Jerry Jacobs Design for an Italian theatre panel. The striped, beige columns on matching walls blend well with overall exclusive set of mirrored coffee table, velvet red sofas and huge ornate arts. The third is the creation of Rob Kane Kitchen Interiors. This is exactly how to mix traditional feels and modern look, that is to have the columns flanked as the pull-out storage for spices and stuffs.
Columns for Modern-looking Spaces
First is the creation of CM Glover to specially treat a house in Maryland. If you’ve always imagined columns that are built on the center of a room, take a look at this one and be surprised. The columns they opted are new, mounted on the wall with similar earthy tone to complement the eclectic, oval-shaped mirror. Second is taken from Aya’s Boerum Hill Home that we love very much for being aesthetically out-of-the-box: grouping a column in standee model with a piece of coat hanger on another side of the entryway. Third is taken from Rick Ryniak Architects. Turn your patio into a personal gallery, simply with columns with carving and patterns.Tag: rob kane kitchen interiors