THE PURPOSE OF THIS INTERIOR DESIGN STYLES GLOSSARY IS:
• INFORM ‑ SERVE AS A COMPREHENSIVE REPOSITORY OF OUR FAVORITE STYLE DEFINITIONS
• INSPIRE ‑ HELP OUT CLIENTS VISUALIZE HOW OUR PRODUCTS CAN BLEND IN VARIOUS ROOMS AND STYLES
• EMPOWER ‑ MAKE IT EASIER FOR CLIENTS TO EFFECTIVELY COMMUNICATE IDEAS
The streamlined retro look that was very popular in the 1950s and 1960s is a classic decorating style that has never gone out of fashion. We absolutely love this Camaleonda from Mario Bellini in red into this very Mid‑Century modern home. An absolute classic.
This bohemian‑style is equipped with a laid‑back atmosphere and place an emphasis on nature. Intricate patterns and bright colors are typical for bohemian interiors. In fact, all of these elements are frequently combined to create an eclectic and unique aesthetic. The palm tree lamp of the famous designer Maison Jansen is an perfect items for this bohemian house.
Inspired by the French art and design from the 1920s, art deco is characterized by sleek, metallic finishes like stainless steel, glass and chrome. Furniture and wall art throughout an art deco‑inspired home are defined by jagged, pointed edges like the ‘miracle’ chandelier from Bakalowits & Söhne.
Eclectic home design embraces numerous styles such as modern, vintage and bohemian. A variety of materials and textures are also mixed and matched. This gorgeous eclectic house is completed with the extraordinary and exclusive bar from one of our favorite designers, Aldo Tura.
Much like modern design, German‑born Bauhaus style puts an emphasis on simplicity that is evoke through clean, sharp lines. Functionality, a key element of this interior motif, was incorporated in concert with an appreciation of biological science. One example is the design, Skipper, of Angelo Mangiarotti. A design that represents smooth lines and a natural material.