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5 Interesting Styles to Transform Your Home

Written by Posted On Monday, 12 August 2019 23:54

Interior design is one of the most exciting parts of moving into a new home. Deciding how to decorate and furnish a whole new space opens up your creativity and imagination. Sometimes the rooms are so inspiring that you can easily throw yourself headfirst into the transformation process. Sometimes, however, it can take a little while before you know exactly how to proceed. There are so many ways to make your home your own that it can be difficult to decide on a single route. Here are a few different interior design themes to inspire you to get started.

Industrial

The industrial style is excellent for homes in the city. It is accepting of many potential flaws or superficial blemishes that your home might bear, such as worn-out paint or old flooring. Exposed pipes, beams, and columns are staple features for this look and bring a depth to the space through a variety of textures and shapes on display. With a rough, open space you can decorate with almost any type of furniture and the room will be attractive. Take a look at the stylish apartments in Native Manchester for more inspiration.

Minimalist

This pared-back style comes in and out of fashion regularly, hinting at its frequent popularity. Minimalist interior design isn’t the same as the minimalist lifestyle and therefore lets you play with the concept more freely. In the design world, minimalism is clean, smooth lines and surfaces with only a few accent features such as the occasional bright color or striking piece of furniture. Having fewer items allows you to choose pieces that exude more character since they will stand alone without distractions around them.

Maximalist

In response to the recent trend of minimalism, the opposite concept of becoming maximalist is another attractive interior design approach. It involves many bright colors, lots of decoration, and often mismatching furniture to emphasize the variety in the room. Use of different patterns and fabrics is a good place to start. Keep your clutter on display, especially books, ornaments, and plants. The whole point of maximalist design is for the eye to have something interesting to focus on everywhere it looks.

Rustic

This style is perfect for those who want something less of a statement than minimalist or maximalist because it focuses more on practicality and comfort. The rustic style takes inspiration from the countryside with unpainted wooden furniture and raw fabrics. This style ages well since it doesn’t tend to borrow much from fleeting trends in interior design.

Eclectic

It can be hard to decide on a single style for your home, especially if you see the appeal in a variety of different approaches. Ignore the rules and go your own way with an eclectic, individual style that incorporates your personality. You don’t need to follow design guidelines or rules to make your home beautiful. Concentrate on what appeals to you, regardless of its intended style. You could have a minimalist bathroom with an industrial kitchen and rustic bedroom. Blend any number of styles together and come up with something unique to you.

Listing Additional Info

  • State: California
  • Address: Avlon Park
  • City: Avlon
  • Zipcode: 08245
  • SOLD: no
  • MLS #: 4415236987
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