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There are many different interior styles. Do experiments and don't be afraid to take inspiration to create a special space for you: MINIMALIST INTERIORS, MAXIMALIST INTERIORS, TRADITIONAL INTERIORS, COUNTRY INTERIORS, INDUSTRIAL INTERIORS, MODERN INTERIORS, MODERN FARMHOUSE INTERIORS, MODERN RUSTIC INTERIORS, RETRO MODERN INTERIORS, MID-CENTURY INTERIORS, VINTAGE INTERIORS, SHABBY CHIC INTERIORS, and SCANDINAVIAN INTERIORS.
MINIMALIST INTERIORS. The main idea of minimalist home design is simplicity through and through. Tone decor down, keep it spare, and live by a “less is more” or “everything needs a place and a reason” approach.
Stick to a trio of hues per room that are just a few shades apart from each other for a smooth consistency.
By creating a concise palette, you’ll have a better sense of direction in creating a modern minimalist house grounded with neutrals that are easy to work with including whites, creams, blacks, and grays.
MAXIMALIST INTERIORS. Maximalist interiors are full of splendor and colorful. Maximalism is people’s response to the routine of everyday life.
Maximalism is loud, chaotic, and very colorful. However, this chaos is, contrary to appearances, tamed and thoughtful. It is a contrasting combination of colors, materials, textures, and modernity with traditional elements. All this is accompanied by a large number of accessories and decorations.
Very often people, who prefer maximalism, are collectors of art or souvenirs and design the interior in such a way as to best expose them.
TRADITIONAL INTERIORS. A traditional interior design scheme is timeless and placeless, comfortable and put together but not overly fancy. The kinds of furniture, textiles, color palettes, and decor used in traditionally designed rooms reference history and are familiar rather than trend-setting. For example, a traditional style bedroom might include a neutral color scheme; a carved wood or upholstered headboard; matching nightstands and table lamps; a chest of drawers; an upholstered armchair and ottoman; and possibly a landscape painting on the wall.
COUNTRY INTERIORS. No modern country-style interior design is complete without wooden elements. The use of wood makes country design style. Without it, it wouldn’t be the style we know and love.
A great modern country interior design hack is to use wallpaper printed to look like wood paneling. Or even exposed brick if you want a truly rustic look. Barn style doors are also perfect for an entryway, as well as for cabinet doors, and traditionally styled, classic wooden furniture is requisite in a country-style home interior design.
INDUSTRIAL INTERIORS. Inspired by repurposed factories from the Industrial Revolution, the industrial home design style embraces exposed architectural elements like pipes, brick, and concrete, and minimalist design philosophy. The interior design style also includes Edison light bulbs, open floor plans, and a cool, neutral color palette
While the design is based on minimalist, open spaces, the blend of various rustic materials in furniture and lighting accents provides homeowners the opportunity to bring industrial interior design into any living space. Contemporary homes use a combination of industrial, mid-century modern, and farmhouse styles.
MODERN INTERIORS. Modern design is a style of interior design that emerged in the early twentieth century and continues to inspire contemporary interior designers.
Modern design is an interior design style characterized by a monochromatic color palette, clean lines, minimalism, natural materials, and natural light. It refers specifically to a historical aesthetic movement that took place during the early to mid-twentieth century. Though it is often confused—or used interchangeably—with the term "contemporary design," modern design is its own distinct style.
MODERN FARMHOUSE INTERIORS. Today’s take on modern farmhouse decorating is rooted in rustic country charm peppered with warm minimalism and industrial elements somewhat similar to Scandinavian interior design. Striking just the right balance of pastoral and refined, modern farmhouse decor emphasizes comfort and casual living with contemporary sensibilities reflective of today’s times.
It’s often surprising to initially hear the terms “modern” and “farmhouse” together, this go-to union of design styles is more than newsworthy. When looking to cultivate your own take on modern farmhouse decor, it always pays to put a fresh spin on rustic elements so your home feels unique to you while remaining thoroughly modern in spirit.
MODERN RUSTIC INTERIORS. Modern rustic interior design is a style that emerged from homeowners and designers who craved the best of both worlds between modern and rustic styles. The shared neutral palette and organic feel of both design styles help these two interior aesthetics blend smoothly. However, the secret behind the success of modern rustic design lies in the ways they differ.
Modernity favors clean lines, simplicity, and man-made materials throughout its decor. Alternatively, rustic design leans into natural materials like wood and stone while using layered fabrics to create a cozy feel. This contrast makes modern rustic design appealing to many home designers. In addition, the balance of light and dark tones and natural or artificial materials gives this design style an equilibrium that’s hard to mimic with other styles.
RETRO MODERN INTERIORS. Greatly inspired by the pop art movement, the mid-20th century was also characterized by highly expressive patterns, which explains the popularity of detailed wallpapers and tiles. But when it comes to intricate patterns with a strong personality, the eye-catching aesthetic of terrazzo seems to be unmatched. Traditionally composed of marble or granite chips that are set in concrete and polished, the material was huge in homes from the 50s and 60s until it fell out of fashion during the disco era. It didn’t take long, however, for it to come back in style in modern interiors, demonstrating a remarkable capacity to reinvent itself.
MID-CENTURY INTERIORS. When decorating with mid-century modern furniture, you will want to really let these wooden pieces shine. Make sure the woods you select work together and do not contrast each other. If you have a teak MCM piece, don't bring in ebony or zebra wood in the room—they will clash.
Additionally, keep in mind that the furniture pieces of yesteryear were not made to accommodate today's households. While many people enjoy using midcentury modern credenzas as TV stands, for example, pieces that weren't constructed explicitly for this purpose may be somewhat imperfect. The case pieces were made decades ago and people's needs were different. Not all tech equipment can fit in the sideboards or the bookcases.
VINTAGE INTERIORS. Designing and decorating your home in a vintage style generally means incorporating furnishings, accessories, and color palettes from an earlier period. The vintage design also varies significantly depending on the period in focus.
Vintage is characterized by the use of natural materials such as wood, including painted and distressed wood, and natural fabrics such as linen, wool, and cotton. Old or artificially aged furniture usually made from wood and upholstered fabrics, or pieces lovingly handed down from grandparents, give this style an old-fashioned and elegant look. Beautiful, flowing lines along with a low-key color palette define its softness and femininity.
SHABBY CHIC INTERIORS. Shabby chic is a term that’s frequently tossed around the interior decorating world. It’s a blend of baroque glamour and rustic charm made up of antique furniture, distressed finishes, and shiny ornate accents. Often referred to as French country, shabby chic is a bohemian movement that has become one of the most in-demand styles of the hip, young and fashionable. It’s an expression of overall lifestyle as much as a choice in decor.
Shabby chic is only about three decades old. It hasn’t had the chance to branch out into subgenres. However, it was formed as the product of other interior designs. Its vintage-refined melting pot is a result of rustic and baroque style combinations.
SCANDINAVIAN INTERIORS. The Scandinavian interior design is characterized by minimalism, simplicity, and functionality. Scandinavian design has been around since the 1950s, it still remains a popular trend in interior design today.
Belonging to the school of modernism, Scandinavian design is a design movement characterized by a focus on functionalism and simplicity. It also includes the use of natural materials, such as leather, wood, and hemp. Scandinavian interior design is often influenced by a connection to nature, which combines natural shapes, abstraction, and the use of natural elements.
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