MODERN: modern design maximizes space and creates the impression that a room is larger than it actually is. Minimal textures and bold geometric forms, neutral colors accented with a single bold color along with polished finishes and asymmetrical balance are key identifying features of modern style interiors. Clean lined design
CONTEMPORARY: Contemporary interior design means trendy looks that are in style at any current moment. Contemporary interiors are comfortable and welcoming without being cluttered and dark. Smooth, clean, geometric shapes are essential for contemporary style furniture pieces with upholstered furniture usually in black, white, or another neutral tone. These pieces should be simple and uncluttered, without curves or decoration. Sofas, chairs, and ottomans usually have exposed legs with Beds and chairs usually having no trims or tassels. In conclusion, with contemporary interiors, less is more.
CLASSIC: Classical interior design is based on order, symmetry and balance which relates to the ideals of the Greek and Roman empires. A primary element in classical style is the use of a focal point around which visual balance is achieved, for example a feature fireplace flanked on either side by matching armchairs with an ornate mirror above. The color palette common to classical interior design style is often inspired by nature. A variety of yellows, blues, greens, browns as well as softer, muted hues like terracotta’s, grays and pinks are commonly used.
COUNTRY: Country style interior design is cozy bearing the resemblance of cottage style. There are many various culturally different country style designs that have the features of the time and style that was traditional to those countries. Country style design uses natural and floral patterns used with plaids and stripes, and robust, bulky furniture.
VICTORIAN: The Victorian Style uses deep hues, pastels and neutral colors contrast the rich textures against the bright shades in upholstery and wall coverings. Victorian style uses excessive decorative furniture and ornaments are contrasted by plain floor and wall surfaces.
ART DECO: art deco can be described as a Glamorous and elegant style. Surfaces in the Art Deco style are generally sleek and clean, lacking any texture in order to contrast the more decorative and ornate objects and furniture within the space. Most color schemes include black, combined with another color such as green, red or white while accent colors are usually chrome and/or gold. Pale blue or dove grey were also commonly used to provide a softening effect against the harsh black.
RETRO: retro design is another word for old style with a modern twist. Using a lot of classic objects, eclectic mix of materials and reimagined existing designs.
URBAN: Urban interiors feature nontraditional home materials and design features, often including objects that are more traditionally used in an industrial sense. The Urban style sees the use of galvanized steel, concrete floors, metal siding, exposed beams and unfinished surfaces to create a distinctly modern, bohemian look.