S C A N D I N A V I A N
Scandinavian design is marked by a minimalistic, clean, crisp and functional approach.
It is all about: Layering wools, fabrics, fur, wood, pared-back coziness, clean lines, lots of textures, brightness, light, white on white, earth and pastel tones and more. . .
M I N I M A L I S T
Minimalist interior design is stripped down to the essential elements and therefor the space is left to make a statement. colors are used sparingly and the main focus is to not distract. from the beauty of simplicity.
Primary colors and monochrome combinations and the choices to go for to achieve perfect, minimalist design.
C O N T E M P O R A R Y
Contemporary encompasses everything current and modern and is constantly evolving. Defining contemporary is difficult because it is a style that is in constant change.
Today contemporary design features clean, unadorned spaces. Space is designed using light furniture with a exposed leg tendency. Metal and glass are major components of contemporary design, keeping intricate details at a minimum.
M I D - C E N T U R Y M O D E R N
The mid-century modern style was born during the post-war America and was looking to break traditional design conventions.
This mid-century modern style is best described as fresh, clean, clear lines, pops of color such as blue and green, wood finishes and rusty metals.
I N D U S T R I A L
The industrial look emphasizes the liberal use of exposed steel with distressed wooden features, often complimented by exposed brick walls.
The modern interpretation often includes copper-tone accents. Industrial design exerts a rustic and mature ambiance.
E C L E C T I C
This style is all about breaking the rules of design and having some fun with different styles and trends. Dare to combine bold colors and cool art pieces with crazy textiles.
With that said, maintaining a sense of balance is important. A cohesive blend of old, new, color, texture and patterns is the way to go with this one.
G L A M
Striking, shimmering, eye catching and chic interiors is what glam is all about. Glam interiors are made up of a combination of clean lines of Mid-Century modern design and luxurious finishes of the Hollywood socialite era of the 1930’s, such as marble and brass.
Metallics, neutrals, soft textures such as fur, shades of pink, a feminine touch and bold prints are what glam is all about
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