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Definitive Guide to Different Styles of Home Decor

Bohemian
This style captures a carefree lifestyle by layering vibrant and colorful textiles in every room. If you’re going for this style, look for furniture with nomadic and ethnic vibes. Think Moroccan or tribal and get funky with patterns and colors and your room will start to look like a boho getaway.

Contemporary
You’ll have to keep up with constantly evolving interior design if you want a contemporary room design. This style depends on what is current and modern, which is why it’s always changing. As for now, a contemporary room is usually clean and unadorned. There should be a lot of exposed space to create the look.

Costal
You don’t have to be on a beachfront in order to pull of this style. Make your place look relaxed and modest and don’t over do the cliché nautical decor. Instead, opt for subtle features that nod to costal living and incorporate a lot of natural material like glass. Also, go for a light and airy color palette.

Eclectic
Add you own personality when decorating with an eclectic style. Borrowing from a wide rage of trends, this style can be hard to manage. Make sure when designing that you strike a balance between old and new and you’ll be golden.

Farmhouse
If you want a warm and comfortable ambiance to come home to, this style is perfect for you. Extremely popular right now, this style is inspired by log cabins. Using distressed wood and a neutral color palette with a bright accent color will help you achieve this look. Don’t forget to make awesome arrangements with a bunch of greeneries!

Industrial
On the rise, industrial home decor uses steel and distressed wood to create the perfect space. Usually accompanied by a brick walls and copper tones, this style tends to be more rustic and rugged. However, there is a range of industrial decor to choose from. Just make sure to keep raw materials exposed and have plenty of statement lighting.

Mid-century Modern
Use natural shapes and refined lines to your advantage when trying to capture a mid-century modern style. Using pieces that are highly versatile make sure to mix and match this style with more contemporary pieces of furniture in order to strike the perfect balance.

Minimalist
Less is more when it comes to minimalist design. This style is stripped down to the bare essentials so that the space around these elements makes a statement. Don’t use too much color either. Color will distract from the simplicity of the design. However, if you want to incorporate color add a touch of primary color with black and white.

Shabby Chic
Don’t be afraid to show wear and tear when it comes to this style. Emphasize vintage elements and use distressed wood to capture the Shabby Chic style. Make sure the surrounding space is soft and sumptuous and decorate with white or pastel colors.

Vintage
Keep clutter to a minimum and a vintage interior styling will be easy to achieve. Although vintage is old fashion this style is far from that. Add vintage pieces to your room and balance them out with some modern elements. Your space can be charming, pretty, retro, or even edgy. That’s the great thing about vintage interior styling, it is extremely versatile and you can easily adapt it to your personal taste.