Nordic Style
Minimalism, Simplicity,
Functionality
The Scandinavian interior
design is characterized by
minimalism, simplicity, and
functionality. A bold,
contrasting monochrome
palette with warm textures
of wood, leather and fibre,
Scandinavian style has
been around since the
1950s and has is not going
anywhere, anytime soon.
You can't go wrong
updating your IKEA
furniture in anything black
and white to recreate this
style in your home.
BUFFALO CHECK
MUDCLOTH
ARROWS
WHITE LINEN
BLACK LINEN
Animal skins and plants create
a cosy office space. This style
wouldn't be complete without
Danish peg leg furniture and
bright white walls to make the
most of sunlight during the
Nordic winter months.
Graphic patterns such as
arrows and triangles pay
homage to a connection to
nature, which combines
natural shapes,
abstraction, and the use of
natural elements. Whether
you're decorating for
inside or out, this classic
monochrome style offers a
sense of harmony, balance,
and a feeling of comfort,
especially when mixed with
natural wood and other
elements found in nature.
BLACK STRIPE
COW PRINT
WHITE LINEN
BLACK LINEN
Not to be confused with a
traditional nautical
aesthetic (anchors motifs
and the like), Coastal
interior design is
considered a light breeze
blowing through palm
trees on a sandy beach.
Depending on the location,
this concept takes on
many different aesthetics.
But with a crisp white base,
any variation you choose
will have you feeling like
you're on permanent
vacation.
Seaside Retreat
Hamptons, Tropical, Beach
TICKING STRIPE
ROPE PRINT
CABANA STRIPE
LAGOON
Achieve a classic
Hamptons Style interior
with white linen and navy
blue stripes. Add some
natural elements (wicker,
jute) and you have timeless
style. For more tropical
flair, consider using an
island theme with
turquoise blues, seashell
pinks, green banana leaves
and sandy tones. We love
to mix Tommy Bahama
banana leaf prints and
stripes!
TICKING STRIPE
BANANA LEAF
CABANA STRIPE
LAGOON
WHITE LINEN
Farmhouse
Country comfort with a modern twist
You don't need to live in a
barn to achieve a cosy
farmhouse interior.
Although exposed beams
and objects of rustic life
add authenticity,
traditional designs get a
makeover in the modern
farmhouse style.
TICKING STRIPE
COW PRINTS
PLAID
LINEN
TICKING STRIPE
COW PRINTS
PLAID
LINEN
Buffalo checks, plaids and
stripes are welcome, as
well as some rural accents
such as animal hide, and
staples like natural cotton
and linen.
It's easy to cross over to
Scandinavian design in this
respect, so the key is to
avoid stark contrasts and
opt for shades of gray and
warmer tones instead.
And while cow prints are a staple in many themes, the key
for keeping it Farmhouse is using it in brown to complement
other neutral colors of gray, blue and white. If you're leaning
towards French Country with more ornate details, omit the
animal hide in favor of checks, crisp cotton and linen.
VELVET
MUDCLOTH
ARROWS
LEOPARD
BOHO INDIGO
Bohemian
Texture, Patterns, Color
Boho Chic is best
described as a free spirit,
wandering through the
eclectic markets of life,
gathering all that catches
your eye. A fabulous
puzzle, the pieces fit
together, not because
they're made that way, but
because you hammer
them at will. If you're
drawn to wild design,
culture clashes and
unconvention, this style is
for you!
VELVET
SANTA MARIA
HEXAGON
FUR
COW PRINTS
The general rule is if you
try too hard to curate,
you're doing it wrong.
Vintage finds like velvet,
and haphazard prints
create a fantastically
eclectic, Boho Chic room.
classic animal prints and
ethnic fabrics like Shibori
and mudcloth have made
their marks...straight out of
a Bohemian's travel
diary...or perhaps the local
flea market.
Grandeur
Timeless, Elegance, Regency
Traditional interior design
is a timeless style from the
18th and 19th centuries,
heavily influenced by
European decor from
England, France, or even
the far east. In contrast to
Boho Chic, many patterns
come together with a
sense of regency and
opulence. Matching
curtains, furniture,
wallpaper in colors ranging
from neutrals to jewel
tones creates an ideal
traditional room.
Traditional design is all in
the details. Textured
fabrics, tufted furniture,
gilded frames. Layer upon
layer creates a feeling of
security, history and
affulence. Staples include
texture-rich velvet in dark
colors, classic navy in
stripes and plaid, as well as
bold damask patterns in
deep jewel tones.
Love a traditional
country style?
Cottagecore is the
latest trend to be
revived from a
bygone era.
It's easy to think of
grandma's house
when decorating
in the traditional
style. But
bold florals, linens
and timeless plaid
will keep your
home looking
classically
beautiful.
VELVET
TICKING STRIPE
SANTA MARIA
PLAID
LINEN
FLORAL
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