Everyone has a personal preference for most things in life, and interior design is one genre that allows the clients imagination to run rampant; go for sleek style or upbeat idiosyncrasy, classy revival or industrial chic – the options are literally limitless. In the end, it all comes down to where your inherent preference lies. Below, we will listing off a number of interior design styles that might intrigue people who have a solid eye for particular design styles.
The Upbeat Pop-art Style
Very few people are attracted to a multi-colored interior setting, but it can definitely seem unique if done in the right way. The image below showcases a casual yet clever articulation of this style; all the colors are bright, vibrant and upbeat with strategically placed furniture to balance out too much exuberance. The overall feel is very artsy and impactful.
For those who hate visual as well as functional clutter, there is no better option than minimalism itself. The image below represents a perfect interpretation of this style within a bedroom, where despite the simple and straightforward design, the overall aesthetic still comes out as impeccably stylish and trendy.
Retro is all about emulated that dated look with a contemporary flair that leans to please modern sensibilities. The interior in the image below has been carefully crafted to embrace the zany retro aesthetic with just the right amount of modern in the background to create a beautiful hybrid setting.
Sometimes, you just want your new home to look like the old one, and this interior is the perfect way to catch that old-school vibe and make it your own. The bright yellow paint combined with the oak wood laminated accessories and the bright gold light all create that ‘90s suburbia vibe that will make every millennial nostalgic.
With slick, straight lines, minimal design interventions and glossy finishes; the contemporary style is all about ramping up that swanky vibe. In the interior below you’ll see how the designers have embodied a simple yet glitzy ambiance with just a few clever material and furniture choices.
The Industrial Style
This style embodies a raw, commercial vibe that is emulated through exposed brick, concrete textures, muted colors and a stylistic take on this crude aesthetic. This style is for all those who appreciate a little bit of unconventional in their daily lives.
The Neo-Classical Style
For those who want a small bit of grandness in a rather contemporary fashion, neo-classical is the way to go. It can be done with small, gilded trimmings, elaborate cornices and an opulent take on furniture.