All designers have a decoration style that they enjoy and apply to their projects, but the client may not feel close to it.
Everyone is different of course, and each person has different moods and a different style. What the architect must do, rather than dictating his or her own style to the client, is bend toward the client’s style. If the client does not know what his or her style is, the designer should discover it and describe to the client what he or she needs.
So, what kind of style do you need? Are you traditional or innovative? Do you prefer nature or industry? Do you need neutral or bright colors? Feng shui is not a design style, but it does allow us to apply all the energy rules within the elements that reflect your personal style. Here are some of the design styles you may gain inspiration from.
Modern homes are simple and not cluttered by unnecessary extra items. They feature function-oriented and colorful spaces.
2. Modern Zen
Elements from nature are added to the modern style.
A focus on the peaceful and balanced Zen style brings simplicity and plainness.
4. Modern classic
This balances the chaos of classicism with straight lines and simple furniture in a modern style.
Based on the design principles of symmetry and balance, this style represents elements of aristocracy and loyalty.
This uses colors like orange and fuchsia and shows exaggerated fabrics as dominant factors in this style.
7. Ethnic modern
This modern style smooths out how ethnic patterns are used.
8. Ethnic minimal
This is a smooth combination of ethnic exaggeration and simplistic minimalism.
Colorful patterns, carpets, and fabrics typify this style.
10. Bohemian country
This combines the above with English country and French vintage styles.
White walls and black furniture unite for a plain, calm, Zen-style identity.
To make the space as bright as possible, the walls are white, the upholstery is cream, and blue, green, or bright tones of yellow abound.
13. Scandinavian bohemian
Colorful blankets, fabrics, and pillows are added to the Scandinavian style.
14. Natural bohemian
Natural elements and bright colors are used in this style.
15. English country
Highlights the serene and comfortable life of country living with natural elements, handmade furniture, and solid wood.
Rooted in the 1950s, this charming and striking style uses bright colors and patterns.
A space designed using raw materials is enough to describe the rustic style.
Environmentally friendly ecological homes feature biological treatment plants, energy-efficient heating, and rain water recycling.
This modern and innovative style focuses on creative furniture structure, with each detail being part of the structure.
Inspired by the nature of the tropical climate, this style employs bamboo, teak and rattan trees, and exotic colors.
Inspired by the turquoise blue of the sea, you see similar colors on doors and windowsills, complete with white walls and niches.
Ancient Roman and Greek inspired columns, beams, and belts in symmetrical arrangement dominate in this style.
23. Colonial American
This simple and plain style started in 18th-century America by using many types of wood, from pine to mahogany.
24. Italian Tuscany
Doors, windows, fireplaces, and all other elements are in proportion and balance and harmony, while classical stone walls are companied by yellow-toned walls.
25. French Provence
This style brings the pastoral life of southern France into homes. The walls are lightly colored, the furniture is natural wood, and the floors are terracotta or made from small ceramics.
Coming from Japanese culture, this understanding stands back from showiness and instead adopts a simple, minimalist, plain style.
27. 70s retro
This is a return to the 70s retro furniture style.
28. Industrial minimal
Materials from old fabric and other buildings are renovated in this alternative style.
With respect to old historical texture, old buildings are renovated for new function and design.
30. Art deco
This style emerged in Europe between the two world wars, and it features covered furniture, glass, stainless steel, dark colors, and modern geometric shapes combined with charming graphics.
This style emerged in Europe between the 16th and 17th centuries and involves very showy folds and details in gold.
Handmade objects, bamboo, red and black lacquers, and the color gold are widely used.
Red, orange, and yellow colors that reflect the bright African sun are used together with handmade animal figures, dark-colored masks, and sculptures.
34. California beach house:
This style reflects life on the California coast using pastel blues and fabrics.
35. Robert Adam
Created by Robert Adam in the 1700s, this style has a very detailed ornamental approach for ceilings, columns, and fireplaces.
This unique style reflects the owner’s own style, and it may combine more than one style.
This reflects the style of Anatolia using Turkish rugs, Turkish sofas, and Turkish-style windows.
Inspired by the Ottoman palaces, this style emphasizes ornaments in gold.
39. Floral flowers
Big-patterned wallpapers and fabrics are widely used here.
40. Your own style
You may create your own style by simply using pieces that only belong to you.
Creativity is eternal and limitless, but I hope this simple guide helps,
With my best wishes…