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New trends in Interior Design styles

Mid-Century Modern
The mid-century modern style of interior design was popularized during the 1940s, and has yet to leave the mainstream gaze—for good reason. Defined by clean lines, organic forms, minimal ornamentation, and high functionality, the style has an undeniably timeless appeal. Icons like Florence Knoll and Arne Jacobson—both of whom were prominent designers during the mid-century modern period—remain a strong part of the design conversation to this day, and their work still serves as inspiration for some of the world’s top creatives. While some homeowners will commit to a fully mid-century modern home, anyone can easily infuse this look into their living rooms with a few simple tweaks

  • Organic and Geometric Shapes
  • Function Over Form
  • Contradicting Materials and Textures
  • Neutral (And Bold!) Colors
  • Bringing Nature Indoors

Mid Century Modern  

Art Deco
There are many ways to embrace the allure of Art Deco in a modern interior, from subtle touches to all-out glamour, a luxury Art Deco interior can be tailored to suit any space. An Art Deco interior can be created by using the colours, materials and patterns that are typical to the style - which we will cover here in our guide to each of the Art Deco interior design elements...

Art Deco

Art Deco pieces make use of a range of materials; however, each element of Deco design is typically given a luxurious, glossy or reflective finish. Wood is highly polished, or alternatively it is given a lacquer finish that has an unparalleled glamour. Lacquered furniture was a key element in luxury Art Deco design - available in black and white for a classic Deco look, or in a range of colours, including pastel or deep shades, for more personalised Art Deco interior design elements.

Arts & Crafts
Designs that are from or inspired-by the Arts and Crafts era have a number of distinguishing characteristics. Here's a few that make them almost instantly recognisable. Another characteristic of the Arts and Crafts style is the use of pattern. Designs are sprawling and highly decorative, with immense detail and fantastic use of colour.
Arts Crafts

Designs traditionally feature earthy reds and oranges, deep greens, and golden yellows. Many early designers favoured natural vegetable dyes over the synthetic equivalents available at the time. They then aged beautifully and more closely resembled the ones used in medieval practises. The result is that a fabric or wallpaper transcends the practical and becomes pieces of artwork in their own right.

Farmhouse
Farmhouse decorating style tends to be warm, relaxing and full of character and charm and is often organized around a central notion of practicality. The modern farmhouse is a nod to the past but firmly planted in the present. From the industrial lighting that gives it that rustic touch to the open concept furniture that gives it that modern touch.

Farmhouse

The modern farmhouse look is all about achieving the balance between the classic and the new. Here are modern farmhouse living room ideas that will inspire you to put your own personal twist and style and will have you loving your space. 

French Country Interior Design
French country is a creative interior style that combines the elegance of antique French décor with the spontaneous coziness and natural focus of country settings. An irresistible mix between sophistication and a humbler rustic feeling, in other words. Inspired by the idyllic homes in southern France and, especially, the Provence region, French country interiors are characterized by distressed wooden furniture with harmonious lines, upholstered pieces, a natural palette, and patterned fabric like toile.

French Country Interior Design

Mediterranean Interior Design
The Mediterranean style principally refers to the architectural and interior design trends of the coastal regions of Greece, Italy and Spain. They are all a little different but share clear influences from each other and from the beautiful, turquoise water, sunny weather and vibrant flora of the region. Some of the common decorative cues include indoor/outdoor combined spaces, textured walls, rustic furniture and wood or stone tiles floors. They also use a lot of natural light and combine soft, neutral tones with vibrant accents.

Mediterranean Interior Design

Tropical Interior Design
Tropical interior design features the use of natural materials, like wicker, rattan, bamboo and teak. However, you can still embrace that style when having glossy furnishings with the help of fabrics featuring palm leaves, lattice prints and cane motifs. Light and breezy spaces can be achieved with white or cool-colored walls and linen curtains, while more ornate rooms may showcase silky drapes, luxurious pillows and potted palms in elegant planters. Tropical interior design can be applied to any style.

  • Rattan Furniture
  • Natural Plants
  • Barkcloth
  • Tropical Leaf Motifs
  • Pineapples (can be found everywhere from bookends, to table lamps, to artwork and many more decorative objects)
  • Jute and Sisal Décor
  • Bright Tropical Florals
  • Palm Trees

Tropical Interior Design

Western/Southwestern Interior Design
Modern Southwest design features a mix of mid-century and rustic elements, combined in a way that recalls the desert Southwest. It’s a close cousin of modern rustic interior design and desert minimal design. The difference being that Modern Southwest puts more emphasis on desert and Southwestern motifs than modern rustic and is more eclectic than desert minimal design. In fact, this look is very rooted in the idea of being a literal world traveller, with a home that features collected objects from around the world.

Western Southwestern Interior Design

In terms of color palettes, Modern Southwest features earthy palettes in saturated tones—like terracotta, brick reds, olive greens, and blues, as well as natural materials and heavy leathers (in more of a cognac that dark brown tone). You’ll also see a lot of deep, dark woods in this style. But it’s not all earthy, natural elements. There’s also this high-contrast element that brings in the modern side of this style. Many Modern Southwest rooms feature bright white walls and black accents in the furniture and decor.

Vintage Interior Design
Vintage interior design is usually romantic, making use of flowing lines and elegant colours that bring the feeling of legacy. The design is usually simple and graceful, thus creating an atmosphere of relaxation and peace. It features abrasions and cracks, which give the atmosphere a comfortable look.

  • Use well-made antiques
  • Make such antiques your focal point
  • Mix and match the right items

Vintage Interior Design

Urban Modern Interior Design
The Urban modern interior design is a softer and also a lot more comfortable look than the harsher ‘commercial’ styles which constantly utilized to be associated with words ‘Urban.’ Modern urban design is interior decoration for staying in a house that welcomes us in after a long day, supports us and protects us from the vast bad city. Urban Modern interior design is finest embodied by the suggestion of the converted commercial loft. It can be a little mid-century, a small industry as well as influenced by modern styles. Urban style often has a worldwide ambiance, and the artwork is a means to accomplish that look. 

Urban Modern Interior Design

Wabi-Sabi
The new luxury is all about finding beauty in simplicity and impermanence. The Japanese design aesthetic of wabi-sabi combines natural inspirations and a neutral palette with an acknowledgement of the beauty in the imperfection of daily life. Unlike minimalism, which seeks to streamline and eliminate clutter, wabi-sabi celebrates the knot in the wood or the wrinkle in the linen.Wabi-sabi is miles away from the curated warmth of hygge or the pared-back perfection of minimalism. Interior design that embraces the wabi-sabi aesthetic is about respecting the authenticity of objects and materials above all, whether that’s a frayed fabric or a pot repaired with glue and gold dust. You can introduce impermanence as simply as placing a vase of flowers on a rustic table or use imperfect elements that have been weathered by age and acquired the kind of patina that adds warmth and character.

Wabi Sabi

Luxury materials like wood, stone, leather and metal are embraced for the way that they age and stain, rust and wear. Avoid the mass-produced and embrace handmade ceramics for their simplicity and authenticity. Play with surface finishes that mimic crumbling plaster or weathered concrete. The blend of simplicity and sophistication produces luxury interior design that substitutes warmth, character and beauty for ostentatious displays of symmetry and wealth.

Nautical Interior Design
Nautical home design is something that will never go out of style. It is possible to provide a relaxed atmosphere for any room by creating a mood that is associated with the sight, sound and smell of the ocean, complete with beach-inspired textiles, accessories associated with seafaring and some simple natural furniture. With simple nautical interior design, you can easily create the feeling that the ocean is never far away, bust by using attractive decorative elements such as starfish, stripes, anchors and nautical stars. These should be supported by natural textiles and the type of furniture that will add some coastal chic to any room.
Nautical Interior Design

Nautical bedrooms, kitchens, bathrooms and living space are all easy to create just by applying an appropriate style and featuring some key elements in your home interior design.
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