Different interior decor styles

Traditional Interior Style

Traditional interior design style stems from a variety of old-school European styles and together are now referred to as “traditional”. Elements of this design include reflects classic European decor, elaborate moldings and wood paneling, built-in cabinetry, elegant furnishings and antique pieces, pairings of furniture and accessories, and so on.

Scandinavian style

This timeless interior style works beautifully in living areas, bedrooms and bathrooms. Layer wools, fabrics and fur onto a glass or wooden framework for an effortlessly cool Nordic interior.

Mid Century Modern style

Mid century modern is a break with the past. It chucked out the chintz, got rid of fiddly mouldings and smothering upholstery, and brought us into a modern age marked by clean lines and simple, uncluttered designs.

How to decorate your home

Decorate your walls on the cheap

Add a grid of clean, white frames displaying black-and-white photos—a cheap trick for adding a touch of glamour to empty walls.

Attractive Cushion & Upholstered Fabrics

Use soft, cosy and lavish fabrics in cushions and upholstery that you want to cover-up with velvets, chenille. Refer to either a type of yarn or fabric.

Rearrange the Furniture

You can often change the look and feel of a room dramatically just by rearranging the furniture. For instance, if the first thing you see when you walk into your living room is the back of the couch, that big piece of furniture blocks traffic.

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