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What is your interior design style?

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Glam

The glamor look can have many definitions - from baroque chic to glass as the main material, a cool futuristic design or a mix of these looks. The glamor style is extraordinary, catches the eye and convinces with pure elegance and luxury. It is magnificent and noble and offers a multitude of possibilities to transform your own four walls into a magnificent salon. The focus is always on noble materials, pompous accessories and extravagant patterns. With this style it is better to say a little more than too little.
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Scandinavian

Stylish, cozy, timeless and simple: that sums up the Scandinavian furnishing style best. In the Scandinavian style, natural materials such as wood, linen or cotton are in the foreground. Light wood or rattan are particularly suitable here, because they radiate lightness and naturalness. Wood tones can also radiate a lot of warmth and cosiness as flooring or in furniture and thus create a cozy living atmosphere. The colors of the Scandi style are also natural and inviting: everything is possible here, from light pastel colors to expressive and strong tones. In this furnishing style, it is absolutely okay to combine colors such as gray, white or pastel tones with a strong green or brown.
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Classic

The classic style does not follow any trend, but gives every home a timeless, chic and elegant character. Nothing is left to chance with this style. Here every piece of furniture is carefully chosen to create the elegant, timeless comfort known for this style. The classic style is anything but old-fashioned, but transforms every home into an elegant, comfortable and modern living paradise. This living trend focuses on fine lines and delicate materials in light, natural tones. Dark colors, especially dark brown tones, are often used here to set accents. Classic style furniture is not only of high quality and gives the impression of being able to last for several generations, but also transforms any room into a comfortable and elegant oasis of wellbeing.
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Mid-century

The mid century style is a mix of modernity and vintage. He has a tendency towards the practical and looks airy and not overwhelming. This timeless furnishing trend illustrates the change in our society from the 50s and 60s, when functionality was a priority. Striking pieces of furniture and individual collector's items are real eye-catchers here. At the heyday of the style in the 50s and 60s, many well-known designers produced furniture that is still popular today
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Minimal

Minimalist interior design is very similar to modern interior design and involves using the bare essentials to create a simple and uncluttered space. It's characterised by simplicity, clean lines, and a monochromatic palette with colour used as an accent.
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Contemporary

Fundamentally, a contemporary style of decorating is defined by simplicity, subtle sophistication, deliberate use of texture, and clean lines. Interiors tend to showcase space rather than things. ... By focusing on color, space, and shape, contemporary interiors are sleek and fresh.
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