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Find out what type of interior style is for you. I suggest make a note about what you like what you don't so that you determine exactly what is it you like. And don't forget the colours.

Have fun!


· Highlights of past eras and design movements, is not exclusive to one particular style or era.

· It’s a timeless go-to style.

· It is elegant and comforting at the same time.

· It is for those who appreciate antiques, classic art, symmetry, and design rich with history. Traditional style boasts a rich, warm and inviting feel.

· The design style appeals to all ages and personalities.

· Furnishings are usually 18th-century English, 19th-century neoclassic, French country and British Colonial revival. Use of classic styling and symmetry to create a calm, orderly decor.

· Color palette is usually in the mid-tones and fabrics are muted, usually simple florals, solids, stripes or plaids.

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· Timeless, forever-chic design

· Characterized by simplicity, functionality and natural shapes.

· All about clean straight lines, and playful pops of color and print

· Pops of deep colors such as orange, yellow, olive green and chocolate brown add to decor.

· Mid century modern design is great for those looking to add authentic vintage styling in their home.

· The perfect mid century modern house boasts charming decor and also features practical, durable, easy to source at any price design – that’s easy on the eye.

· All about clean lines, simplicity, practicality, and sumptuous silhouettes.

· The era also allows for more freedom and is less restricting than say minimalism or traditional interior design.

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· Adds a sense of warmth, personality, and character with a hint of minimalism

· A relaxed spirit that’s warm and inviting

· Modern farmhouse decorating is rooted in rustic country charm peppered with warm minimalism and industrial elements somewhat similar to Scandinavian interior design.

· Modern farmhouse décor always focuses on functionality and usage as a major point of consideration.

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· Contemporary decorating style is classic yet thoroughly of the moment and timeless

· Calming and serene, and is peppered with a focus on architectural elements, decorative details, attention to bold scales, and a concise color palette to create a warm space with easy sophistication.

· Simplicity, clean lines, plays on texture, and quiet drama are fundamental in achieving a perfectly balanced contemporary style home.

· For those looking to create a simple yet thoroughly realized harmony between varying elements while focusing on the architectural elements of a room.

· to bringing a room together through luxurious simplicity

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· If your taste veers towards the ornate and jewel-like, this 1920’s design style IS FOR YOU.

· Instantly evokes opulence; elegant, glamorous and sleek

· Geometry, symmetry, and metallic with a sleek and shiny patina providing the most sumptuous of excess.

· My take on updated art deco style is decidedly playful and modern for a standout look

· Plenty of metallics are present in this style; from gold to silver, stainless steel, and chrome.

Natural and geometric themes feature heavily in art deco interior design ideas

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· A rich and heady space full of visual interest and a relaxed spirit.

· Harmonious and soothing with neutral base colours.

· Layering similar patterns

· Plants

· All about well-loved pieces

· Bright colours

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  • Transitional style refers to a mix of traditional and modern furnishings, fabrications, and decorative features that lend you more freedom

  • Transitional style is great for those who aren’t interested in locking the aesthetics of their home interior design down to one set era or design style.

  • In general, transitional decorating style tends to often be easier as you can be as expressive as you like while creating a home that’s representative of your tastes and completely unique to you as no transitional home will ever look the same.

  • Transitional home decor is all about a rich balance of design styles and elements brought together by classic lines juxtaposed with hues and furnishings that are more modern in spirit

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  • Full of no-fuss, clean elegance.

  • Think simplicity, refinement, and a deft hand at sumptuous comfort and functionality.

  • The key here is to keep rooms spare and well-edited with printless fabrications and décor extras that must serve a dual purpose.

  • Minimalist decor and practices almost never go out of style when done well.

  • Minimalist room ideas are great for making small spaces appear larger.

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· Rustic decor provides the perfect combination of comforting, fuss-free design and practical, functional decor, put together to create a warm rustic interior.

· Celebrating the authentic beauty of natural materials to create a cozy, beautiful space.

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· If you’re into rich, layered interior design highlighting a series of era’s and movements, eclectic style interior design might just be the right direction to consider for your home.

· Eclectic style is all about harmony and the coming together of disparate styles, juxtaposing textures, and contrasting colors to create a cohesive, beautifully realized room.

· All about presenting your personality in a room.

· Play with patterns, textures and a gallery wall

· Mix and match different furniture styles

· Have a statement object

· Needs to be created carefully-gets messy

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· It is minimal yet uniquely layered.

· It should be visually balanced, with plenty of floor space promoting calm and peace.

· Color palette shouldn’t compete for attention or be a distraction from calmness.

· Use of light, natural materials and clean lines are paramount in Asian Zen décor

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· Industrial style decor marries sleek modernity and old world charm with an organic, lived in feel to create the perfect play of contrasts.

· Frill and fuss-free no-nonsense decor that takes inspiration from the lofty look of warehouses, factories, and other industrial structures.

· Exposing architectural details including the use of bare bricks, metals, and wood, as well as salvaged and recycled materials

· Simple and minimal design with bold statements.

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· Breezy, airy, and relaxed yet sophisticated.

· Coastal style is perfect if you like clutter-free surfaces, nautical-inspired flourishes, and enjoy natural finishes.

· White, blue, gold, natural tones, and of course, stripes, are hallmarks of coastal style and are utilized to create a calm and relaxed space.

· Coastal style is elegant, refined, and quirky all at once.

· Fuss-free, light, and airy rooms

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Hope it helps! I would like to answer your questions. Please leave your comments.


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