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Designer Angela Cain recently created this dramatic living room for a client

While most Gwinnettians have put their decorating plans on hold over the last year or so, there”s a hot new trend that”s adding a whole lot of drama#to some homes across town.

We went behind the scenes with Angela Cain, owner of Nouveaute/Angela Cain Interiors in Duluth about the look – which she recently created for a client in the area.

“This is a leading edge black and white scheme with punches of gold,”# said Angela, who”s been wowing the interiors of homes and businesses for 27 years. “The look is a very popular trend especially with the younger market. It”s clean and classic, yet eye catching.”#

The well-known designer said the benefit to this scheme is the versatility. Should the homeowner wish to change-up the look, it”s relatively simple to change the accent colors with accessories without changing any of the major furniture pieces.

The look is clean, classic and versatile

“We are finding that many of our clients are choosing to keep their primary#upholstered furniture pieces neutral, utilizing color in their accessories#and rugs for a complete look,”# said Angela. “Drama is created by painting the walls a dark neutral that making the light neutral upholstery pop.”#

This is also a great look that establishes the basics of your room on this year”s budget, and it can be embellished next year with more elegant, ornate accessories. Or, you can just keep it clean and simple.

Nouveaute/Angela Cain Interiors has been a strong fixture in the Gwinnett business community despite the recent economy because the company not only offers clients furniture and window treatments, but accessories that complete the look.

The design firm works in a variety of idioms, including contemporary, eclectic, traditional and transitional.