Looking To Decorate Your New Home And Seeking Thematic Inspiration? Here Are Four Interior Design Styles That Are Popular in Modern Homes

Modern Minimalist Style

Minimalist interior design is one of the architectural centre pieces of the 20th century. Spare and streamlined while still being inviting -minimalism is charming in almost any space.With less clutter to wade through and process mentally, the innate beauty of each piece of furniture or art in the home really starts to stand out.

Rustic Style

Rustic interior design creates an eclectic look that emphasises nature: homespun, timeworn, handcrafted, distressed items constructed of natural materials or finished in a natural hue. Rustic interior design furniture normally consists of wood, reclaimed lumber and stone. However, bamboo, rattan, sisal, nubby cotton, wool, paper, glass, clay and various types of metal can also be incorporated to embellish the look. Metalworked furniture is another great option to use with this concept.

The rustic look features wooden beams and columns as well as hardwood or stone flooring. If you don’t have these elements in your home, it is possible to put up faux beams or columns to achieve the look.

Industrial Style

Industrial interior design is popular for decorating lofts and old buildings converted into living spaces, although it can be used for traditional apartments and houses too. What you need for this style is to create an illusion of rough surfaces and materials that suggest an industrial past. The simplest way to show roughness is to leave some walls or surfaces unfinished. In addition to some rough metal elements that will create an industrial atmosphere, you are looking for old, industrial-looking objects that are made from steel, metal or wood.These items are preferably worn down or have been salvaged and recycled.

Medieval style

Medieval interior design draws its inspiration from the Middle Period of European history which lasted from the 5th to the 15th century. It began with the collapse of the Western Roman Empire and merged into the Renaissance and the Age of Discovery. Medieval interior design creates a dramatic look that recalls the grand stone castles and wooden dining halls of the era.Remember that the best interior architects will frequently bridge different styles together.So liberate your mind and approach your design from creative angles.

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