Modern design continues to prioritize a connection with nature to open up the home—but a new wave of nostalgia has brought about fresh looks that nod to the past, from Mid-Century Modern to ’70s retro. Hints of eclectic design and material mixing come together to create a warm, textural aesthetic. As homeowners look to bring asymmetrical elements from the indoors out, the front entry makes the perfect focal point.
Retro | Textural | Streamlined
Eclectic Goes Modern
Eclectic design takes the modern trend from art deco to a carefree bohemian vibe with gentle angles and a warm textural look.
Sleek and linear wood accents and cladding add warmth to homes that represent the Modern Revival trend, including Modern Shed, New-Century Modern, Modern Prairie and Modern Cabin.
A wave of interest in nostalgia brings broader retro design into focus with a mix of materials, such as stacked brick and board and batten seen in New Century Modern homes.