Any time you’re giving your home a design facelift, it’s important to have an idea of which interior design style suits your personality and lifestyle.
Here is a breakdown of 3 of the most common interior design styles:
Traditional is one of the most common and classic design styles, so we’ll start there. The traditional style is all about traditional shapes and structures, rooted in heritage. You’ll even find pieces that haven’t changed at all since they were first designed centuries ago. It’s important to keep in mind the use of intentional layering, formality, and incorporation of symmetrical pieces.
The art of “more is more;” layered patterning, highly saturated colors, ample accessories, and art (likely hung “salon-style”)— and a real sense of playfulness and bold gestures
Modern lies on the opposite of the design spectrum to Boho. There are a lot of people who feel that the modern style tends to be cold, monotonous, and sterile. This doesn’t necessarily need to be true— the modern style of interior design involves a lot of clean, angular shapes and structures. There isn’t much fluff or extra embellishment involved with this style, and it typically has a relatively neutral color palette— with a pop of color here and there if desired.