Popular Inferior Design Styles To Experience (Part 1)

Are you planning to give your newly bought home a distinctive, chic look? Or you prefer enjoying peaceful, nature-harmonized ambiance lingering the beauty of Asian culture? Check out here our top trendy styles of inferior design that would be inspiration for your upcoming living place.

1. Industrial Modern

Nostalgic of the old time? You might want to bring back the history critical juncture – Industrial Era as main theme of your house design. It best suits to houses with open, generous space to design. Thinking about raw steel, brick with rusty, old beams which reflect the peak time of manufacturing. The main idea behind is to give your house a somehow raw, undone look by incorporating elements from this nice old time.

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Elements: Popular elements that bring you the instant look of this style can vary from rusty metal like iron and steel with patina to wood-made ceiling – as these materials are very much typical for this style. Take your inspiration from old buildings (factories, living places) remaining from the 90s and incorporate exposed pipes, unfinished old wall, open ceiling and timber beams to your decoration. Regarding furnishings, find yourself in garage sales and flea market to discover antiques made of cool-colored metals bare to its functions and less details as in combination with minimalism, or check out for inspiration of some rusty kitchen equipment. Minimalism has been conventionally incorporated into Industrial Modern, which accents the usability of objects.


Color palette: Should it be the combination of diverse grey, white, black and timber brown. Notwithstanding the bold, cool colors embedded in Industrial look, you can create a neutralized breathe of warmer hues like plant green or red pendant lightnings in your rooms. They can soften the rough features of typical Industrial look.



2. Mediterranean Tuscan
You are looking for something cozier for homey, rather than boldness and minimalism? Then take Tuscan as a perfect hint. Originating from Italy, Mediterranean Tuscan elaborate on the warmth and comfort of the house. Typical of Tuscany region which is enriched with sunshine and endless tree hills, Tuscan houses incorporate these characteristics to their design.

Elements: Woodwork with stained dark and stone of gray shades are inseparable in Tuscan design. Stonework walls might be prevailing but if not possible, you can definitely use other lightnings and furnishings to emphasize the “Tuscan look”. Also, you might try the original plaster, named stucco as coating your wall. Floor should be of natural stones like marble and granite. Decoration should have strong line, delicate flourish and framing details on worktops, chandeliers, beds, mirror frames, etc. should be of wrought iron. Tuscan houses are usually covered with rich sunlight, so make sure your entrances are open enough to receive sunlight as main source of lightning. If not, you can try yellow lamp as an alternative.


Color palette: Warm colors such as terra cotta, orange, lemon yellow are main hue palette. Imagine sun-washed colors of Tuscan view full of sunlight, rich soil, green hills and purple pink sunsets. Still, don’t forget to apply some color rules to avoid overwhelming colors in your room.

  3. Bohemia

Starting in mid-1800, Bohemia is used to describe people who live a life of wandering and have no firm establishment, against to conventional social norms. Therefore, Bohemian interior design deliver a feeling of care-free and strong connection to mother nature. Thanks to its ideology of breaking rules and truly “thinking outside the box”. Therefore, there has not so many rules that you must follow comparing to other design styles.

Elements: There are no particular rules should be embedded in Bohemia. In contrast to Industrial Design, however, Bohemia is about  utilizing every space you have and fill it with what you love. Some of the items might mismatch like mix your pattern rug with another completely different pattern wrap or might it be in-house plants that grow along your staircases. Either cases, it all depends on your creativity and aesthetic taste. Random patterns are usually connected that would bring a a sense of chic randomness.

It is hard to do a head-to-toe makeover for your contemporary-designed house, so be spontaneous by combining these two distinctive styles together and contemplate your extraordinary results.


Color palette: Some typical Bohemian styles might incorporate lively, variegated colors like purple and terracotta. But again, it is very diverse and you don’t have to restrict yourself into any basic standard. You might want to involve Bohemia as a fresh breeze to your transitional or vintage themes of housing decoration.

These are ones of the most well-known design styles that bring a distinguished look to your home. From a rough, rusty ambiance of Industrial Revolution, a sun-kissed furnishings and warmth covering of enriched Tuscany to carefree, spontaneous Bohemia, each style reflect a distinctive beauty sense of the house-owner. Check out this article’s 2nd part to discover more exciting interior styles that fit you the best.


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