Updated: Jan 20, 2021
Do you love interior design and are super keen to give your home a makeover, but don't have a clue where to begin?
These interior design themes are not only on trend, but will help you identify, which style you like the most and where you should start searching for more motivation.
Let’s get familiar around words like bohemian, contemporary, industrial, mid century modern, rustic and Scandinavian! We have included visuals to fill your ocular senses, we would love to know what interests you the most!
1. Art Deco Delight
"Flashy, patterned and exotic
Features of this interior design style includes bold, flashy elements, geometric shapes and graphic patterns, polished chrome or brass, glossy timber finishings, glass and mirrors and layered sultry lighting. It takes in inspirations from being bold and artistic expression with exotic touches, Originating from Paris in 1925, Art Deco is all histrionic and elegant.
2. Bohemian Beauty
“earthy, vintage, and worldly
If carefree is your style and is something which you fancy , Boho interior design is the one you will cherish. Purposefully messy, this style-with its inspiration from global travel, mementos and op shops finds-provide a warm ambience.
It fuses different textures and material from natural to metallic and tones from warm reds and purples and plenty of layering using pillows, rugs and blankets. Beaded decorations, tassels and handmade curtains are all fanciful insertions to the Boho interior decor style.
3. Classical Reflections
"symmetry, geometric, no “unnecessary frills”
Lovers of tradition, who enjoy rich, formal setting are likely to be drawn to the symmetry, sophistication yet simplistic and reliable design of the classic design. This style puts forward elements like gilded frames, heavy drapery and ornate woodwork.
Calm and neutral shades are used which makes the interior atmosphere soothing. Most often used olive, beige, cream, light green and gold colours in the finishing materials, furniture and textile. Natural brown( wood colour) can be used but to the limit that it doesn't make the room look gloomy.