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1. “Transitional” style

In the original, the style is called transitional, that is, “temporary, intermediate, transit.” It would seem, what does this interpretation have in common with the interior?

The direction combines modern style and traditions: classic lines are preserved, but modern colors and accessories are selected. As a rule, rooms in this style are “immersed” in soft upholstery, pillows and textiles.

An example of a transitional style in the interior

Interior Design Steven Gambrell

The color palette is minimalistic, more relevant to modern interiors and should create an atmosphere of peace. Therefore, often designers choose gray-brown, flesh, beige, vanilla color.

The mix of classics and modernity extends to accessories. There can be no “random” decor in the room – only perfectly matched and emphasizing calm and fluidity.

Furniture should maintain this balance of styles. Smooth curves, but at the same time large sizes.

Implementation of the transitional style in the interior

Interior Design Steven Gambrell

2 Half-timbered style

Fachwerk “came” to interior design from architecture, and its origin determines the typical features of the style.

  1. Beams and rafters on the ceiling, which are interconnected.
  2. Light “background” (walls), contrasting beams.
  3. Mandatory presence of a fireplace (if it is a living room).
  4. Maximum naturalness of materials.
  5. Simplicity and minimalism. Complex elements in the interior should not be.

Fachwerk will fit perfectly into a spacious room – a private cottage or a multi-level apartment. In the photo – a half-timbered living room.

An example of a fachwerk style in a house

Interior design: CWCI studio

3 Sea style

Marine style is not very popular in the design of ordinary city apartments, and completely undeservedly. The marine interior is not only about ropes and white and blue stripes – it is much more interesting.

Marine style in the living room

Interior Design Steven Gambrell

White and blue (as well as its shades), of course, dominate, but the designer’s task is to make this color combination harmonious and not boring. Natural wood will definitely find its place in the interior. And antiques and antique decor will add charm to the “marine” room.

An example of a marine style in decor

Interior Design Steven Gambrell

four Wabi Sabi

From the name it becomes clear that the style was born in Japan. The interiors of this country are always minimalistic, beige, gray, milky colors predominate, and dark wood is more often used in furniture.

Lighting is of great importance for creating a wabi-sabi interior, so it is recommended to choose one that emphasizes the textures and expressiveness of interior items.

Wabi-sabi style in the interior

Visualization: Maxim Nizovkin

5 Porsche Style

What is Porsche style? It is elegance, wealth, speed. Guidelines for everyone to understand. In such interiors there is a place for natural materials, leather and wood, unlike walls – they are not loved here. Spacious rooms where you can “accelerate”, deep colors and understated luxury – try to be inspired by the example below.

An example of Porsche style in the living room

Interior design: Diff.Studio

6 Hollywood style

This style refers to all the interiors that came from the world of cinema. Designers are inspired by films: for example, in the photo below, the classic of cinema has become the starting point for creating an individual interior – the creator called the project “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”.

An example of an interior in the style of the movie Breakfast at Tiffany's

Interior design: Svetlana Yurkova

Or another example – a nursery in the style of “Alice in Wonderland”.

An example of a nursery interior in the style of Alice in Wonderland

Interior design: Svetlana Gavrilova

7 Hygge

Hygge style is the absolute hit of the season. Born in Denmark, where it is cold and uncomfortable for most of the year, hygge has become the “assistant” of the northern inhabitants in the embodiment of the necessary comfort. In order to create the right atmosphere, you need to follow 4 simple rules.

  1. Collect little things that are dear to your heart. These can be an old grandmother’s box, a blanket bought with a loved one and reminiscent of warm evenings, old photographs that will take their rightful place in the frame.
  2. Lots of candles. The hygge style embodied the Danish love for fiery light sources. It is believed that one inhabitant of this country accounts for up to 6 kg of wax. Candles also create soft shadows that are the best way to create coziness.
  3. More light. The above candles are not about lighting, but about creating an atmosphere. Hygge lighting is also important. A variety of sconces, lamps, lamps look very appropriate in such an interior. .
  4. Lots of furniture. The hygge style was created for families and large friendly companies, which means that it is necessary to provide a place where to accommodate everyone who wants to join cozy gatherings.
Example of hygge style

Photo: IKEA

eight Mid-Century Style

This direction appeared in the last century, after the Second World War. Leading designers moved to America, and people wanted one thing – for peace to reign. In such an environment, bright and life-affirming interiors were needed.

Mid-century style living room example

Interior design: Vagon Architects studio

5 Characteristics of Mid-Century Style

  1. Free space connection. In the 50s of the last century, the idea of ​​​​expanding space was not new, but it acquired a special meaning. Then for the first time they began to attach an attic to the room, put panoramic windows in order to create the impression of being close to nature.
  2. Furniture in such an interior more often resembled the Art Nouveau style.
  3. Bright walls. Most often, wallpapers with patterns and colors gravitating towards the colors of the earth were chosen – this was associated with security and the affirmation of life.
  4. Special lamps. They can be compared with art objects, they performed the role of decoration rather than their direct function.
  5. Appliances and electrical appliances – after the war, new items of equipment began to appear in the West: toasters, vacuum cleaners, music players.
An example of mid-century style

Interior Design: Richard Moschella and Steven Roberts, M/R Architects

9 Backstage style

The concept of backstage does not need to be translated. This word has already entered the Russian language, in the dictionary we will find the meaning of “inside out”, “behind the scenes”. An inside-out interior is also possible – it will deliberately reveal functional and technical details, as if behind the scenes of a theater or in a restaurant kitchen. For example, on the project below, the designer deliberately left light wiring.

backstage style example

Interior Design: Studio Guilherme Torres

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