Today we will continue our voyage through the fascinating and enchanting domain of interior decorations and find out about the rest of the interior styles which make our surrounding space appealing and our lives cushy.
Arts and Crafts represents an interior design style that revolves around fine furniture and handicrafts, usually wood – just like the name suggests. Natural colors and patterns made of wood and stone are the inspiration for Arts and Crafts. Simple and clean lines give the room an elegant and warm aspect that somewhat reminds you of childhood bed time stories.
Tuscan interior design evokes the fields and vineyards of Italy caressed by the sun rays. It is an old but warm and harmonious style of development that makes you feel instantly at home. You can almost smell the perfume of the orange tree flowers, while sitting on your sofa and listening to your favorite tune.
Bohemian style is one of the most popular of the latest years. Bohemian living includes all cultures and lifestyles that tend to assume an ethnic definite approach. Bold and colorful patterns from India, Asia, Africa, and Middle East feel at home. When you enter a house decorated in a Bohemian style feels like you could be anywhere in the world.
Swedish Design is characterized by a bright, aired and elegant aspect. Whether it bears a classic, country or contemporary emphasis, this style is marked by elegance and light colors.
Traditional interior design is probably the most popular style in America today. It has roots in previous generations, but still manages to bring style and comfort to a modern home. Decorating a traditional house - commonly associated with older generations - has been updated with a look that young families can embrace.
Casual Chic. This country style is a mixture of patterns and colors, which is welcoming and familiar. A mixture of patterns and textures make a rich and inviting room.
Go back in time Colonial Style. This particular trend that is very particular for the U.S.A. and it covers the period marked between the arriving of the early settlers - mostly from Europe - at the beginning of the sixteenth century to the moment of the Declaration of Independence in the eighteenth century. This modern approach focuses primarily on operational and avoids excessive ornamentation obviously noticed in many other styles.
Country - this type of decoration is a mixture of bright colors, comfortable fabrics and simple furnishings. Country style is suitable for a family. Be it English or French, Country is everything that offers comfort and coziness. The emphasis stresses on natural materials, hand-made items and pleasant colors.
Cottage Style - One of the most popular decorating styles today is Cottage Style, and no wonder, it is easy and comfortable, well suited for today's informal lifestyle.
Southwestern – wide, open spaces and the looks that suggest a natural landscape, with various indoor plants, but that enhance the quality of space. Southwestern inspire a natural and fresh concept. The furniture may be minimal, but a southwestern room is full of character and freshness, an oasis of greenery that entertains and relaxes.
Zen Style: this type of interior design allows everyone the opportunity to have your own oasis of peace and comfort, which we all know is welcome after a stressful day. Zen design is inspired by Japanese interiors, combined with the minimalist derived from old traditions. The concept offers a quiet space with little scenery, objects that have a very clear purpose and the way they are positioned has a great importance in Zen philosophy, allowing synchronization with nature and relaxation. A place that is adorned and arranged this way will definitely have a better influence on your lifestyle.
Stay tuned, as we are only half-way from learning about the entire collection of distinct decoration styles that you need to know of.
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