Well Loved Interior Design Styles
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Some interior design styles come and go, whilst we'll always have a place in our hearts for others. Today we take a look at several internationally recognised and loved styles interior designers in Oxford have been using to keep your properties looking refined and beautiful.
A Distinct Collection Of Interior Design Styles
- Art Deco – Popular in the 20s and 30s, the elegant and geometric style of Art Deco can be found in an array of home furnishings featuring curved, sleek lines and mirrored accents.
- Coastal – If you've ever dreamt of a place by the seaside, then a coastal decor is one to consider. Inspired by the ocean, it nestles airy blues and soft shell tones together to capture a relaxed seaside escape. Often featuring nautical or beach-themed print cushions, throws and ornaments, a coastal decor is a striking look for any room.
- Arts & Crafts – Simple in form, the Arts & Crafts movement was popular during 1910 and 1925, particularly in the United States. It celebrated honest, straightforward (yet beautiful) craftsmanship and rejected the fussy, detailed styles of the previous century. Wooden furniture plain upholstery materials are often found within an Arts & Crafts decor.
- Cultural – From the fanciful and lavish French style of decor that embraces gold and muted shades, to the more delicate nature-inspired Asian decors with fresh, calming tones, to wonderfully feminine English Country decors - using a myriad of colours and dark wood furniture to create a cosy feel - culturally inspired decors are a brilliant way of making any space feel welcoming and charismatic.
- Traditional – Styling is typically symmetrical to create an orderly and serene decor, using furnishings from an array of eras, such as 18th -century English, 19th-century neoclassic, French country and British Colonial. The colours used are often muted and mid-tonal, with patterns ranging from striped, to solid and floral.
- Contemporary – Contemporary decor focuses on smooth lines, pops of colour and the metal framed or straight legged furniture. Abstract artwork doesn't look amiss in a contemporary styled room, whilst overly patterned fabrics do.
- Eclectic – Imaginative and one-of-its-kind, although this style of decor is influenced by numerous designs, achieving an eclectic decor isn't as simple as throwing together anything. Instead, building on complimentary colours, patterns and textures to make a space look fluid is essential to making it work.
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