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Interior Design Styles To Consider Using in Your Home

Interior Design Styles To Consider Using in Your Home

You can decorate your home as you like, but to truly capture the essence of your home’s architectural style, you need to know the suitable interior types that work. Whether it’s contemporary or Bohemian, you are the only person here who can determine what interior design style to consider using in your home. Let’s do some exploring of different themes to find what suits you.

Contemporary

Pull a few strings, change a few fixtures, add an open layout, and you’ve got the contemporary living design. Unlike traditional or transitional, current adds more space to a house, minus the clutter.

You can rest in knowing that the furniture you pick for this style is simple, modest, and most likely a neutral color. Compared to the modern interior style, many of the furnishings selected for each room have simple features, which draw more attention from guests.

In order to design a contemporary home, you’ll need to do the following:

  • Ditch the carpeting
  • Paint with natural colors
  • Don’t buy too much

Maximalism

Yeah, you can drop the rule of not buying too much here. The maximalism design relies heavily on filling every room to the brim with things. Whether it’s artwork, a hundred and one books, or room full of plants, no corner will be left unfulfilled.

Maximalism doesn’t promote clutter; it promotes the concept that having too much is good, as long as you have a place for everything and dedicated spaces for specific occasions. The best tip for learning how to design your maximalist home is to thrift your items. Thrifting is economically sound and a better way of figuring out what styles you like best.

French Country

How does a day in the French countryside sound from your own house? You can make that happen. French country is an excellent choice if you enjoy minimalism mixed with contemporary and some rustic. For you to achieve a French country home, you first need to focus on simple furniture.

Again, thrifting can save money, and you can quickly transform the items into something you want. Also, you should focus on using farmhouse colors, like beige, taupe, and gray. While paired with minimalist furniture, these colors help bring the home together.

Coastal

If you live near the ocean and are a true beachgoer at heart, you may just want the coastal theme in your house. Directly centered around fun beach colors, coastal allows you to express yourself and choose the best beachside home decorations.

The first thing you want to do is choose a palette—the best one you should try is beige, turquoise, and sandy. Incorporate it in one room or throughout the home, and now every day feels like a beach day.

It’s essential to know some interior design styles to consider using in your home before picking a theme you like. While working on the home design ideas list, focus on what you enjoy most and try to find something that fits your interests.

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Karen LeBlanc

Karen LeBlanc is a freelance writer living in Orlando, Florida with many published bylines in magazines, newspapers, and multimedia sites. As a professional lifestyle writer, Karen specializes in art, architecture, design, home interiors and personality profiles. Karen is the writer, producer and host of the streaming series, The Design Tourist (www.TheDesignTourist.com) that brings viewers a global dose of design inspiration with episodes featuring the latest looks and trends from the world’s premiere design events and shows. She also publishes a quarterly magazine on design travel that you can read by clicking the link: https://thedesigntourist.com/the-magazine/ Her journalism background includes seven years on-air experience as a TV news reporter and anchor covering a range of issues from education to politics. Her educational credentials include a Master of Arts in Mass Communications from Northeast Louisiana University and a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Louisiana State University. Throughout her career, Karen has written and produced dozens of documentaries and videos for educational, commercial, corporate, and governmental clients and appeared in many TV and video productions as a professional host.

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Karen LeBlanc

Karen LeBlanc is a travel host and writer with a popular travel show, The Design Tourist, and a companion lifestyle blog. As a widely published travel journalist and content creator, Karen is a member of the North American Travel Journalists Association. She also serves as the Design and Travel editor of the national lifestyle magazine, LaPalme. Karen believes that every destination has a story to tell through its local art, architecture, culture, and craft. This immersive creative exploration begins with authentic accommodations where the narrative of place unfolds through art, accessories, accouterments, furnishings, fixtures, and food. 

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