Traditional style is the most dependable and traditional of all the styles. Looking at a traditional styled room is like looking into the past, but in the best way possible.
The traditional style is very warm and inviting, you will always feel welcome and very sophisticated in the space. Some characteristics of the space are Persian rugs, wingback chairs, classic patterns such as damask or matelassé, gilded accents and oil paintings and portraits. You will feel as elegant as the Queen of England in this space!
Bohemian and eclectic interiors are brought together through the process of borrowing from a range of different periods, styles and trends. This is your chance to break the rules, have some fun with your design and not worry about what “works.” You should inject your personality into the room.
Some key characteristics of the bohemian style are worn rugs and upholstery, strong and saturated colours in textiles and on furniture, indoor plants, metallic accents, wood and really just whatever you want! It’s time to be carefree and embrace the intentionally “messy” look!
The farmhouse style is the modern approach to cabin-inspired interior design. Farmhouse style is usually a nature inspired look mixed with some tradition and shabby chic elements. When you are in a space that is in this style, you should feel relaxed and airy. Life should seem simple!
Glam interior style is all about high glamour and trendy style. This style originated from California in the mid-twentieth century and was originally inspired by the highly decorated and glitzy lives of the rich and elite in Hollywood.
If you have all the heart eyes for this style try inject plenty of bling from brass and chrome, wallpaper, mirrors, and velvet furniture into your space.
A Modern home is one that is clean, crisp with usually a simple colour palette and modern materials such as metal, glass and steel. Simplicity is definitely a key word here, and if you like the modern style you border on the line of minimalism without quite crossing over.
If you like the modern style, you can achieve this in your home by adding simple pieces to your home in neutral palettes.
Minimalist interiors are stripped down to their essential elements and empty space is left to create a design statement. Colour is used sparingly and most aspects of the design are very simple in concept and execution.
Think light and airy neutrals when designing your minimalist space, and maybe it’s time to purge through some belongings that have no use to you anymore. This style is very thoughtful, nothing is brought into your space without careful consideration and planning.
Industrial design is known for its use of materials as the main point of design. From steel to stone, from bricks to brass, Industrial design is all about raw, exposed materials.
Let your colour palette be guided by the raw materials used for a truly authentic industrial look. Architectural elements become the focal point in an industrial design, they are kept in view to truly bring out the industrial look.
Scandinavian style is inspired by the snow and mountains of the Nordic countries. Think pared back coziness, clean lines and plenty of texture. This style pays homage to the simplicity of life demonstrated in these countries, often focusing on utility over decoration.
Most Scandinavian designs use white or grey as foundation colours but then bring in boldness and interest through fabrics, clean but bold lines and proportions.