Discover Your Interior Style!
A great starting point for an interior design project is to learn a bit about each of the styles and how they differ from one another. A significant challenge many of our clients face is a lack of understanding/vocabulary to describe and define their personal interior design style. With an abundance of unique design styles, it can be daunting to decipher which style will work best for you. Some also enjoy combining elements of several styles to create their ideal look.
Here is our Interior Style reference guide for your reference
Modern Minimalist Style
This style is a form of extreme accuracy, nothing is too much, without heavy backgrounds. The emphasis is on simplicity, the colors may be dull or bright, in any case flashy colors. Pieces are either geometric shapes – square, rectangular, round, but the surfaces are clean, no scenery, no details. Minimalist modern style by its name, illustrates the simplified forms.
It is a refined style, developed, rich in details, which are found both in the structure of furniture, lighting, etc. as well as in sets, prints. The furniture is the “art” type, carved or inlaid details and apply. Decorated with floral elements, vegetable, various leitmotif or scenes drawn from legends.
The style is contemporary-modern style but maintains a hot line through selected finishes and color range used. The songs do not seem very new, modern, cool. Colors are balanced, warm, bright tones and pastel can be out of the question when it comes to these style. Finishes warm, wood-veneer, solid wood doors with frames or appearance to look more polished and panels upholstered with leather or sometimes, may be characteristic of this style. Textile materials, velvet, plush, upholstered pieces are often used in shaping the ambience characteristic of this style.
The Hightech STyle
The usage of curtains is not welcomed for the high-tech style. If there’s a need to separate the inner space from the outside world, it is better to use blinds (vertical or horizontal), Japanese curtains, or curtains of pale monochrome loose and shiny fabrics.
Bohemian is a popular style for home design and fashion. It reflects a carefree lifestyle with little rules, except to follow your hearts desire.Bohemian homes may include vintage furniture and light fixtures, globally inspired textiles and rugs, displays of collections, and items found in widely varied sources including flea markets and during one’s travels.It’s not uncommon to spot floor pillows and comfortable seating spaces when incorporating the bohemian style. This eclectic style can incorporate an ultra-glam chandelier paired with a well-worn rug and a mid-century chair.
It is part of modern style, his approach is very inventive, unusual and unconventional. Young, explosive, inventive no respect for the rules. Structure can be obtained by joining pieces, overlapping volumes and volumes twisting colors can be randomly chosen even for the same room.
What is your style….touch base with our design team to discover your personal style!