The 6 Hottest Interior Design Styles

Whether you’re remodeling, adding a second level, or just giving your home some extra curb appeal, knowing the style of your house can help you develop a successful plan. You’ll also gain a greater appreciation of the way your house was designed and built.

This guide to house styles will help you understand the many variations within the different designs. 

1. Traditional British Style  

1. Traditional British Style  

American style in interior design usually implies such features like a large open kitchen-dining-living space, the imitation of high-end furniture pieces using budget materials, smart zoning of space and a plenty of furniture

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To create such a design in the home, you need to know some important features of design:

  • Visual enlargement of space by dividing it into zones;
  • The color scheme in this style is various, but most often its earthy natural colors
  • British style interior involves lighting, which helps to divide the room into zones.
  • The central ceiling light source is installed only in the living room.
  • The rest of the rooms use a combination light with a variety of lamps, wall lamps and floor lamps

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2.  Nordic style (Simple and stylish)

2. Nordic style (Simple and stylish)

Nordic Style (Scandinavian interior design) is characterized by minimalism, simplicity, and functionality. Although the Scandinavian design has been around since the 1950s, it still remains a popular trend in interior design today.

Most countries in the Scandinavian region have climates with extremely cold temperatures. Thus, the use of warm textiles is common for a Scandinavian home decor. These textiles can come in the form of throws and carpets that are made from wool, sheepskins, or mohair.

As mentioned, a Scandinavian interior design is all about simplicity. Therefore, when it comes to decorating a Scandinavian living room, always choose those decorative accents that have simple designs. Perhaps, you can decorate your living room table with elegant ceramic vases. To add texture and subtle color to your Scandinavian interior, decorate your couches with throws and pillows that have simple geometric prints.

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3. Chinese Style

3. Chinese Style

Chinese interior design is one of most unassuming style of all:

Sleek surfaces of dark, lacquered woods, dimly lit, decorative lanterns, meticulously hewn latticework furniture and screens, and colour palettes that blend often warm neutrals with punchy, saturated tones of red, blacks and golds.

All true of a classic depiction of an oriental interior – a design direction drawn from thousands of years of Chinese culture and decorating evolution, traced back as far as 1000 BC.

Chinese-style interior design will often build this sense of harmony by blending complementary influences from across the continent.

The principal factor is that Chinese interior spaces are filled with a sense of harmony, fine decoration and craft, and management of colour and space.

In Chinese style, bamboo so respected and wanted in inspired Chinese interiors whether it’s as a photo frame, as a mirror surround or even as a lampstand. And Chinese architects are beginning to turn to bamboo more and more as a sustainable building material.

4. Japanese Style

4. Japanese Style

Japanese traditional Zen philosophy inspires the simplistic, natural essence found in minimalist architecture and design. Line, form, space, light and material are but a few of the essential elements central to this widely popular design aesthetic. 

Great value is placed on the absence of nonessential internal walls to open up a space and allow an organic flow between the structure’s interior and exterior. This practice is believed to reduce all elements down to their core essential quality. Japanese architects like Tadao Ando, have translated this Zen concept through the use of materials, geometry and nature to create a poignant relationship between the natural environment, the site and its buildings. In this article we look at designs that stay true to the essence of this fierce minimalism in Japanese interiors.

5. Industrial Style

5. Industrial Style

Industrial style refers to frill and fuss-free no-nonsense decor that takes inspiration from the lofty look of warehouses, factories, and other industrial structures. Industrial style decor comprises of stripped back architectural details including the use of bare bricks, metals, and wood, as well as salvaged and recycled materials.

Industrial style furnishings are usually hardwearing and often obtained from reclaimed yards. The best benefit in creating industrial style homes is that you’ll have the opportunity to customize the look using furniture and decor that are completely unique to your home.

When planning an industrial style living room, keep comfort king although everything should be trimmed of excess for a minimal take. Opt for furnishings that have a simple design wild solid upholstery in natural textures and neutral colors.

6. Mixing Up Style

6. Mixing Up Style

Combining different or matching colours in one room is old news! Leading designers are encouraging homeowners to mix and match interior design styles. Not only does this new trend look amazing but it provides visual diversity. Best of all, including a variety of patterns and styles allows you to feature an entire spectrum of colourful statements.

When it comes to the number of patterns used in one room, three makes things work visually. This is also the perfect amount of different hues to make an area unique without overcomplicating or crowding the space.

Many designers agree that you should start with three different interior design styles that comprise of distinctive elements including size, shapes, look and texture.

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