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Glam

Glam

This is an interior design style that is here to be seen. Glam style features contrasting colour schemes, such as white and black, pink and green. Furniture is often upholstered in shiny velvet, has mirrored or highly polished metallic finishes like stainless steel, glass and chrome. Graphic prints such as zigzags, sunbursts, animal prints and geometric shapes are also often used, especially for accessories. The contrast gives off a certain high-glamour luxurious vibe. This opulent design style is perfect for a homeowner who enjoys making a statement.
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Scandinavian

Scandinavian

Clean and simple lines and an emphasis on natural materials define Scandinavian style. Interiors usually feature white walls, sleek wooden furniture, warm candlelight, layered fabrics, and snug textiles. Furniture, lighting, and accessories all have clean lines with minimal pattern, are made of wood an almost always in a light ashy color. Monochromatic neutral colour tones like whites, grays and beiges are often juxtapositioned with dark tones such as blacks or dark grays. The design style that emphasises craftsmanship, function and simplicity. You can learm more about Scandinavian design here.
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Modern

Modern

This is a broad design term that typically refers to interiors with clean, crisp lines and the use of materials that usually includes metal, glass, plywood, and plastic. Colour palettes are usually made up of neutral shades, such as whites, creams and beiges, however - at times - incorporates some pops of bright colour into more vibrant design schemes. Modern style embraces a sense of simplicity and function in every element, including furniture, lighting and accessories. A word that’s commonly used to describe Modern style is sleek for a good reason.
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Mid-century

Mid-century

The design style that seems to stay hip no matter the decade. Mid-century interiors started in the 1930s and ’60s – the time when the design industry was trying to break out of its formal trends and dive into the Modern era with emphasis on functionality and style. Mid-century interiors feature furniture that is often made from solid woods in warm shades, minimalist designs with rounded corners and retro-inspired angles, bold graphics and some vibrant pops of colour such as mustard yellow, chartreuse, or avocado. Elements like floors and ceiling beams are usually stripped down to their original form, while walls are dressed up with wallpaper featuring dashing geometric patterns. One can never go wrong when choosing this style due to its truly timeless appeal.
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Minimal

Minimalist

This design style has simple forms, clean lines, and understated finishes. It is inspired by Japanese design and concentrates on the principle that less is more. Minimalist design embodies subdued neutral colour scheme, however, some primary colours can also be used as an accent feature. Furniture usually has clean lines with very little detail or pattern, and often double as storage. Minimalist interiors embrace clutter free aesthetic, hidden storage and minimal accessories. Anyone who adores simplicity and subtle beauty will appreciate Minimalist interiors the most.
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Contemporary

Contemporary

The beauty of Contemporary style is that it embodies a sense of distinctiveness due to the blend of a few different styles. Contemporary interiors are rather sleek and open, however often consisting of carefully curated art pieces, unique textures and emphasised special interior architecture details. Typical contemporary furniture usually features clean, vertical lines to give a light and airy feel. In addition, neutral colour palettes are the most common for Contemporary style with juxtaposition of textured fabrics and colourful art to create unique and stylish interiors.
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Contemporary

Classic

Harmonic, refined elegance of this style is evident in every element and has a distinct visual cohesiveness in colour palette and materials. Nothing is too much, and everything is measured. There’s a sense of balance that’s appealing and unexpected.Classic style also includes relatively neutral colour palettes, dark solid woods such as walnut, creating a contrasting, yet calming and relaxed space that manages to feel both stylish and sleek, as well as warm and inviting. Furniture is typically upholstered in natural plain fabrics and some occasional patterns. Colours are muted and subdued to create a calm ambiance throughout entire home.
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Contemporary

Boho

When you walk into a home that has a Boho style, you immediately feel immersed in another culture. Boho design embodies free-spirited aesthetic that blends different elements and artistic expressions into an eclectic style that thinks outside the box. This style embraces relaxed atmosphere with an emphasis on nature. However, some bold patterns and bright colours for furniture and accents can be occasionally mixed in as well. Bohemian interiors may include vintage furniture and light fixtures, globally inspired textiles and rugs, displays of collections, and items found in widely varied sources including flea markets and during one’s travels. It’s the mix of different types of furniture that make Boho style so special. 
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