The 7 must love design styles

The 7 must love design styles
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There are many types of interior design styles and an ever-evolving list of new looks inspired by old classics. This can allow a mix & match of different elements and design rules, to create the desired interiors and meet the client's brief.

Here's a list of some of my personal favorite styles. Some are quite different from each other, but they can always be combined to your liking to create your own personal style!


Mediterranean interiors are characterized by soft organic shapes like arched windows, doors, and recessed wall niches, breezy and luminous spaces, and a nature-inspired color palette that takes us to those sunny Southern Mediterranean regions.

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The key to Mediterranean homes is their simplicity and focus on bringing indoors and outdoors together. Textured and crispy white walls combine with natural woods and soft terracotta hues for a warm, inviting atmosphere. The space hues combined with rich textiles, ceramics, and tilework reflect the colors of the region.

The best option for this type of decoration is choosing natural materials such as wicker, rattan, and wooden furniture for that rustic touch that cozy up the space and transmits tranquility.


Boho Chic

The bohemian and free-spirited approach characterizes this colorful style — an eclectic mix of textures, patterns, colors, and natural elements, combined to create that intimate and cozy atmosphere.

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A large presence of warm and neutral tones with a splash of colorful accents - white, brown, pink, and tan mixed with green, orange, and yellow fit well in the boho color scheme. A very important key to achieving that perfect Boho style is to add plants to create a lush jungle vibe, adding life and warmth to the entire space!

Boho-style furniture pieces are usually in natural materials such as rattan or wood. Typical of this style are butterfly chairs, patterned poufs, rugs, throws, pillows, and wall decorations for the finishing touches.

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Neo Art Deco

One of the biggest trends of these past couple of years is bringing back the Art Deco style with a colorful and modern twist.

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Opposite to the 1920s Art Deco Style, which is characterized by geometric, symmetrical, and simple lines, Neo Art Deco places more emphasis on soft curves, custom-made decorations, bold color combinations, extravagant wallpapers, and precious materials, like gold/brass trims and details.

A mix of metals and jewel tones are the signature of Neo Deco!  Channel tufting on headboards, sofas, and chairs and the significant usage of velvet fabric, portray this eccentric style.



Japandi is one of the key interior design trends and is here to stay. This sophisticated and exotic fusion of Japanese and Scandinavian elements brings together the best of both sides.

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The bright, light color scheme of the Scandinavian style blends together with the warm and natural terracotta hues from the Japanese palette. White is usually the primary color combined with nature-inspired soft shades.  

The style is simple, minimalistic, and organized, defined by clean lines that create a modern yet cozy and balanced feel. Textures, natural materials, and simple, but functional wood furniture, are the soul of this style.

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Wabi Sabi

Wabi Sabi's aesthetic is described as appreciating the beauty that is “imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete” in a natural and stress-free lifestyle.

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The color palette is characterized by soft and earthy tones which transmit calm & serenity. The rough wood and textured walls & floors create that “unfinished look” adding a cozy rustic vibe to the entire space. Textured throws, rugs, and pillows contribute to achieving that relaxed lived-in look, which reflects the Wabi Sabi lifestyle.

Handmade decorations like vases, potteries, and lighting fixtures, with their unique and irregular shapes, are a key feature in this design style highlighting the importance and beauty of hand-crafted furniture pieces.


Mid Century Modern

The mid-century style was popularized during the 1940s, and it really took off after World War II, thanks to new technologies, materials, and newfound wellbeing.

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With organic and geometric forms and minimalism focused on uncluttered and high functional spaces, this style has an undeniably retro but timeless magnetism. The classic midcentury palette is characterized by orange, brown, and mustard yellow mixed with golden details and geometric wallpaper.

Wood furniture pieces in warm shades are combined with non-traditional modern materials such as metal, glass, vinyl, and plywood. Designers such as Charles and Ray Eames, the most important American designers of the 20th century, best known for their groundbreaking contributions to architecture, furniture design, industrial design, and manufacturing, created iconic furniture and lighting, like the Eames Chair, which is, still now a day, a very popular must-have piece in your home.

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It's a trend that was inspired by old factories and warehouses converted into modern urban living. Industrial interiors are based on minimalist open spaces, blending natural materials with raw architectural elements.

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Wood, concrete, iron, exposed bricks, and ceilings are the unmistakable signature of that raw, unfinished, and rustic industrial look. Earthy and neutral tones like white, black, grey, beige, and brown characterize the industrial palette often combined with bold accents in yellow, orange, and red.

Vintage furniture & accessories are a must to achieve that causal, lived-in relaxed feel of the industrial style. Modern shaped and bare bulb lighting fixtures will create the right amount of coziness and atmosphere. Metal and brass elements like bar stools or coffee tables will add to that metropolitan vibe.

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