The Metal Element – Meet George Jetson

Question : What do “The Jetsons”, “2001 Space Odyssey”, “Blade Runner” and “Tron Legacy” all have in common?

  The Jetsons

Answer :  They are all examples set in a time featuring unique interiors with sleek textiles, colorful plastics, molded plywood, and gleaming metals.

modern furniture
Like the Jetsons’ Skypad apartment, a 21st century home reflects artfully placed furniture and accessories with a new simplistic twist. The look is more architectural and the pieces are often strong and purposeful with high functional appeal. Large stainless steel appliances, sleek flat-screen TVs, and chunky nickel lighting fixtures are the perfect compliments to today’s modern kitchen.

 modern kitchens

Incorporating metals with unique shapes and finishes can accomplish a current look in your home. Using unexpected and fresh colors through accessories is always successful in a modern design.

 Modern Metal Trica Barstools

Modern Metal Barstools - Room Designed by Joel Lilliquist

Room Designed by:
Joel Lilliquist – Interior Designer – Allied Member ASID
Product Featured: Trica Barstools Available at La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries of Arizona

The word modern comes from the Latin word modernus or mod, meaning just now. It reflects the look of “less is more”.

If you’re ready for a change, bring on your modern metals and get, as George Jetson would say, a “hooba-dooba-dooba” look! 

Author:

Lourdes Rozean

Interior Designer

Allied Member ASID

Series – The Metal Element 

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