Interior design styles help to describe how things look like in your home. If you see the pictures, you know what you like.
Scandinavian design is known for its simplicity, functionality, and minimalism.
Key features include clean lines, neutral colors, natural materials such as wood and stone, and an emphasis on light and airy spaces.
Functionality is a priority, and clutter is kept to a minimum.
Japandi is a fusion of Japanese and Scandinavian design elements, resulting in a harmonious blend of simplicity, functionality, and a touch of warmth.
It combines the clean lines and minimalism of Scandinavian design with the traditional craftsmanship and connection to nature found in Japanese design.
Neutral color palettes, natural materials, and a focus on creating a calm and balanced environment are key aspects of Japandi.
Furniture in Japandi style often features a combination of sleek Scandinavian design and the organic shapes found in Japanese design.
Often confused with contemporary, modern design refers to a specific design era (mid-20th century).
Clean lines, open spaces, and a focus on functionality. Use of materials like steel, glass, and concrete.
Emphasizes clean lines, simplicity, and a lack of excessive ornamentation. Neutral color palettes with occasional bold accent colors. Innovative materials and modern furniture designs.
Strikes a balance between traditional and contemporary styles. Classic furniture shapes paired with more modern finishes and accessories. Neutral color palettes with occasional pops of color.
Strives for simplicity and the elimination of unnecessary elements. Neutral color palettes, clean lines, and a focus on functionality. Clutter-free spaces and a sense of calm.
Warm colors, textured walls, and rustic elements. Use of wrought iron, terracotta, and vibrant patterns.
Inspired by beach and seaside living. Light and breezy colors, such as blues and whites. Natural materials like wood and rattan, as well as nautical motifs.
Mid-century modern design is characterized by clean lines, simplicity, and a focus on functionality. Organic shapes and the use of natural materials like wood are common.
Bold and vibrant colors, including earth tones, are often used.
Iconic furniture designs, such as the Eames Lounge Chair, are hallmarks of mid-century modern style.
Embraces a cozy, country-inspired aesthetic. Natural materials, exposed wood, and vintage furnishings. Warm and inviting atmosphere.
a blend of art décor and mid-century ultramodern
Art Deco is characterized by luxury, glamour, and geometric shapes.
Ornate detailing, including zigzags, chevrons, and sunburst motifs, is common.
The use of materials like chrome, glass, and mirrors adds a sense of opulence.
Symmetry and repetition are key design principles.
Furniture often features streamlined, elegant shapes with intricate detailing.
Rich, dark woods, ornate details, and symmetry are common. Formal furniture arrangements and a sense of elegance prevail.
An eclectic and relaxed style with a mix of patterns, textures, and colors. Handcrafted and unique elements.
Involves a mix of styles and periods, combining elements from different design aesthetics. Balance and cohesion are achieved through careful curation.
Bohemian, or boho, style is characterized by its eclectic and free-spirited nature.
Colors in bohemian design are often rich and vibrant, with patterns and textures playing a significant role.
Natural materials, such as wood and rattan, are commonly used, and there's a preference for handmade and unique items.
The overall look is laid-back and informal, creating a comfortable and inviting atmosphere.
Inspired by the utilitarian look of factories and warehouses, industrial design often features raw and unfinished materials.
Common materials include exposed brick, metal, concrete, and reclaimed wood.
Open spaces, high ceilings, and large windows are typical in industrial design.
Functional and practical furniture with a focus on simplicity and durability.
|Neutral tones, whites, light blues
|Wood (light-colored), metal, textiles
|Minimalism, functionality, clean lines
|Rich and vibrant colors, earthy tones
|Textiles, wood, rattan, metal
|Eclectic, free-spirited, layered textures
|Neutral tones, muted colors
|Wood, natural fibers, ceramics, metal
|Fusion of Scandinavian and Japanese design, simplicity
|Neutral tones, grays, blacks, industrial hues
|Metal, exposed brick, concrete, reclaimed wood
|Raw and unfinished aesthetics, utilitarian
|Earth tones, bold and vibrant colors
|Wood, plastic, metal, glass
|Clean lines, organic shapes, retro influences
|Bold and contrasting colors, jewel tones
|Gold accents, marble, glass, lacquer
|Glamorous, geometric patterns, opulence
|Rich and warm tones, deep colors
|Dark woods, leather, silk, ornate details
|Classic, formal, symmetry, intricate detailing
|Neutral tones, bold accent colors
|Glass, metal, concrete, innovative materials
|Clean lines, simplicity, focus on current design trends
|Neutral tones, bold accent colors
|Steel, glass, concrete
|Clean lines, open spaces, functional design
|Neutral tones, whites, blacks, grays
|Simple materials, often monochromatic
|Simplicity, minimal clutter, emphasis on essential elements
|Varied color palette, mix of patterns
|Diverse materials and styles
|Mix of elements from different styles, personal expression
|Blues, whites, sandy tones
|Wood, rattan, natural fibers
|Light and breezy, nautical motifs, beach-inspired
|Earthy tones, warm colors
|Wood, distressed finishes, natural materials
|Cozy, country-inspired, vintage elements
|Neutral tones, occasional pops of color
|Mix of classic and modern materials
|Balancing traditional and contemporary elements
|Rich and vibrant colors, eclectic patterns
|Textiles, wood, rattan, mixed materials
|Free-spirited, layered textures, bohemian influence
|Warm colors, earthy tones
|Terracotta, wrought iron, wood
|Coastal influences, rustic and inviting