Modern Nomadic is all about being free spirited and all about the mixing of different cultures. Think Boho meets Aztec meets African meets Moroccan. Modern Nomadic can be quite colourful with rich and vibrant hues or can be more tamed down with neutrals and earthy tones. If you are a collector of souvenirs, ethnic pieces and favour vintage stores then this is the style for you. You can also have a bit of fun with Modern Nomadic as there are no real limits when it comes to this style - add some wildness to your space with cute cactuses or add texture with rattan and weaves. And don't forget about adding Aztec prints in rugs and soft furnishing to really top off this look. Check out these exotic ideas to help you create your own Modern Nomadic space.
Tip: One key feature of Modern Nomadic is texture. When looking at flooring options, think about hardfloors more so than carpets. If carpet is needed, then consider real textured carpets (jute looking) to pull this look off. Timber flooring or tiles works really well with this decorating style as it gives that earthy element as well as being practical. If wanting to slightly modernise your look then consider concrete as a flooring option. We have suitable coatings for any type of flooring and the look you are after. If in doubt of which product is suitable, send us an email email@example.com and we will be able to guide you in the right direction. But whichever flooring option you choose or have, don't forget about the floor rug! Floor Rugs are true to Modern Nomadic style and add the warmth under foot that many hard floors need. There are many styles of floor rugs currently available and in many different aztec / tribal patterns & weaves so you won't have any problems finding the perfect one for your Modern Nomadic space.
Create these looks yourself with these paint colours and products:
|Haymes Modesty White||Dulux White Exchange 1/2||Haymes Balance||Dulux Mexican Standoff|
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