Interior Styles – 6 Main Styles For “Dummies”

Some interior styles are always in trend. Choose what you like best.

main interior styles

Art Deco

art deco style

Refinement and charm, furniture of geometric shapes with strict vertical lines, some details made of glass and brass, shiny fabrics – all these are components of Art Deco Style from the 1920s and 1930s.

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Strict lines.

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Glass and brass parts.

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The 1950s

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Free planning, built-in kitchens, pure colors, and plain upholstery, furniture with rounded shapes on thin legs, geometric prints and abstraction – this was the style of the 1950s in America

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Pure colors.

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Built-in kitchens.

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Free layout.

Rustic

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A cozy and very comfortable rustic style will never cease to be relevant. It is characterized by low ceilings, small windows, and a neutral color palette of natural shades.

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Low ceiling.

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A small window.

 rustic style in the interior

Natural colors.

Modern

modern style in the interior

Simple in form and laconic furniture, clean, airy interiors, spacious and bright spaces – Scandinavian modernism appeared in the 1930s, but still remains one of the most beloved styles.

modern style

Bright space.

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Airy interior.

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Laconic furniture.

The 1970s

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Bright, groovy, and frivolous, with a lot of metal elements. By the way, one of the iconic items that gained special popularity in the 1970s was a serving table on wheels.

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Brightness in color combinations.

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Recognizable outlines of chairs.

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Metal elements.

Classic

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High ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, wall panels, stucco moldings, wide skirting boards, and door portals are the embodiment of the Georgian period.

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Molded cornices.

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Painting.

Expert Advice

Abigail ACHERN, interior designer

Take paint and brush

Repainting the walls is easy, and this is perhaps the most effective way to change the interior. You can paint not only the walls but also the ceiling, doors, radiators, and wooden objects. If you choose dark and matte paint, cracks and bumps that cover the walls over time will be almost invisible.

Take advantage with textiles

A nice small rug can be put in at least every room. It will make the overall space “softer”, and mask scratches on the floor. Carpets can be used not only for the floor. Spread a warm sheepskin on the armrests of a chair and even hang it on a wall instead of a picture.

Change the lighting

If you think that the interior lacks liveliness and charm, change the lights. Buy a beautiful large chandelier with candelabra or an unusual pendant lamp. Then add table or floor lamps, pendant or spotlights to achieve perfectly soft lighting in the room.

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