Top 5 of the most popular interior designs: Which one suits you?
While there are no hard rules in decorating your home, everyone needs to start with something. Usually it depends on your personality but if you’re struggling to put it all together, we’ve come up with a list to help you get started!
This look emphasizes distressed wooden elements and exposed structural materials like steel or bricks. The open space is usually complemented with copper-tone accents and unique objects. Depending on how you want the overall look to be, this can go from modern rustic to rugged vintage. If you want to achieve this look, veer away from overly vibrant and chic decors and just stick to rustic color schemes.
Let your carefree and adventurous spirit shine with this eclectic look. Think vibrant colors, bold patterns, and the nomadic vibe. The very nature of this style is to take advantage of reinventing and re-purposing beautiful pieces so you don’t really have to spend a lot of money to achieve the look. Try to play with unconventional displays that are tribal-inspired or layer on textiles (pillows, rugs, and tapestry) for a warm ambiance. This style is perfect for those who love traveling and collecting interesting trinkets or those who are always drawn to rich and vivid hues.
This style embraces the look of timeworn furnishings with pastel colors, florals and even lacy elements. If you want something bright, classic, and pretty then this is the best style for you. You can achieve this look with Gustavian-style chandeliers, curvy mirrors, and feminine wall decors. This one has a special charm and always evokes a sense of carefree elegance.
Minimalism features exceptionally functional design in an artistic way. This is perfect for those who want a sleek and sexy look but in its simplest form. Some of the key elements include keeping color combinations to a minimum, crisp lines, and having an open space. You can put a conversational piece somewhere but if there’s one thing you should always ask yourself if you want to embrace this look, it’s “Is this necessary?”
There are two types of traditional style: classic traditional which is all about heavy draperies and dark woods and new traditional which is still classic but with a touch of some fun and youthfulness. The basic premises are the same though—elegance, symmetrical arrangements, comfort and attention to details.
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