Styles in interior design

The importance of interior design can not be overemphasized, because it is not just a certain set of decorative and artistic techniques, according to which furniture and interior decoration is chosen. The main task of choosing a style of interior design is to create the most comfortable living conditions for a person.

Let's take a look at the design styles and their main features.

All styles of interior design are divided into 3 categories:

1. Modern:

  • Minimalism. The basis of this style is the simplicity, lightness, accuracy and expressiveness of each element. Following this style of design, it is necessary to provide a maximum of open space - remove partitions, unite the rooms and kitchen, free of all that prevents to form a significant open space.
  • Country. The style in which the colors of different countries of the world are combined together in the best way and the country simplicity is incredible.
  • Contemporary. Perfectly suits everyone who puts on the first place practicality and convenience. Often, this style arises in the interior suddenly and even spontaneously.
  • Loft. Creation of a space very reminiscent of an abandoned factory - an industrial interior, high ceilings and a maximum of open space, as well as very wide windows.
  • High tech. High technology, combined in the style of interior design.
  • Art Deco. The most expensive materials are used, a feeling of rich life and luxury is created.
  • Pop Art. Maximum gloss and bright colors, expression and chaos, emphasis on mass and cheap.
  • Eco-style. Use only natural and environmentally friendly materials in interior design.
  • Shebbi-chic. Makes emphasis on old or artificially aged items.
  • Postmodernism. Combines the characteristics of several styles of the past (baroque, classic) in a new context.
  • Modernism. Application in the interior of all modern - starting with materials and ending with technology.

2. Classical:

  • Greek style. Use of light shades, columns, marble.
  • Roman style. Maximum luxury: animal fur, natural leather, etc.
  • Roman style. No jewelry and grace, a rather gloomy style, which is rarely used in its pure form.
  • Gothick style. The chic of the Middle Ages, wood carvings, handmade fabrics, stained glass are used.
  • Renaissance. The most beautiful furniture with patterns, vaulted ceilings - all contribute to creating an atmosphere of peace and harmony.
  • Baroque. Palace style, which combines the most expensive materials - gilding, marble, silk, etc.
  • Rococo. Demand for detail, complex lines and lots of stucco, as well as gold or gilding.
  • Classicism. Elegant furniture, light colors, clear lines are the main distinguishing features of this style.
  • Modern. Use of wood, gray tones and curved lines.
  • Empire. Bronze finish, massive furniture and dressing tables harmony and luxury.
  • Neoclassicism. As little as possible furniture, using only high-quality materials and new technologies.

3. Ethnic:

  • Eclecticism. The combination of 2-3 different styles in one. These styles should be combined in architecture and color.
  • Egyptian style. Luxury carpets, columns and frescoes, ancient hieroglyphs - the main attributes of style.
  • African style. Style inherent dynamics and vigor, using bright colors and massive furniture.
  • English style. Classic with elements of luxury, the style of real aristocrats.
  • Indian style. A combination of simple forms, luxury, unprecedented subtlety. Low furniture, comfortable sofas, bright colors in everything.
  • Japanese style. Laconic form, the use of natural materials. A kind of minimalism, in which nothing should overload attention.
  • Chinese style. This style pays particular attention to the combination of color solutions, while sharp angles and straight lines are undesirable. For interior decoration, silk, bamboo, and porcelain are used.

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