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Interior Design Styles

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Wesley Szalkowski

on 7 January 2014

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Transcript of Interior Design Styles

Art Deco
Airy, light, clean, and elegant
Black (dark colors)
Accent colors
Reflective surfaces- mirrors and glass
Sharp lines/curves
Geometric
Minimalist influences
Arts and Crafts
Comfortable feel
Emphasis on woodwork
Wood floors
Warm tones
Heavy furniture
Organic shapes
Heavy fabrics/draperies
Asian
Minimalist
Clean lines/sharp angles
Neutral tones- beige and brown
Wood floors
Matte surfaces
Natural light
Classical
Older influences
Heavy, rich woods/fabrics
Rich rugs
Curves and embellishments
Gold and warm tones common
Little metal- wood-based
Crown molding
Country
Contemporary
Similar to minimalist
Stark feeling
Blacks and whites
Clean lines, sharp angles
Natural light
Few embellishments
Textural variety- smooth dominant
Lived in feel
Warm or cool tones
Wallpapers common (busy)
Wainscotting/chair rails
Mixture of textures and patterns
Eclectic shapes/time period
Interior Design Styles
Gothic
Heavy furniture and colors
Wood and thick fabric
Tall ceilings
Arches, spires
Draw eye up
Age the space
Long, skinny windows
Scattered rugs, no carpet
Ornate
Minimalist
*Decorative restraint- no embellishments
Line and shape (feng shui)
*Geometric
*White color scheme (single bright accent color)
Stark
*Visual continuity- mostly through flooring
EDIT, EDIT, EDIT

Rustic
Swedish/Gustavin
Southwestern
*Spanish/Native American Elements
Colors
Aged muted tones- yellow, orange, red
*Accent- turquoise
Faux stucco treatments
*Wood
*Leather, suede, animal skins
*Flooring- terra cotta tile, wood
Traditional
Most popular American style
*Curvy lines
Furniture big element
Northern European styles (Queen Anne, Chippendale, Hepplewhite)
*Light- glass, porcelain, metal
*Fabric- chintz, crewel, velvet
Plaids, stripes, tone-on-tone patterns
*Architectural elements- moldings/railings
Tropical
Neutral colors- strong accents
*Cool- Beige, white, blue, green
Accent- citrus
Warm- nutmeg, cinnamon
Accent- jewel
*Texture- rattan and wicker
*Wood- bamboo and teak
*Fabrics
Cotton, linen, silk (gauze-y)
Plants
Feng Shui
Originated in China
Setup dictated by guidelines
Not as sparce as minimalist
Neutral color scheme
Angular furniture
Contrast
Tuscan
Warm, old world look
Natural elements
*Stone, wood, metal
Floors, accents, etc
Mosaic inlays
*Warm colors
Earthy
Rich purples, deep golds, leafy greens, creams, browns, wine hues
*Venetian/stucco faux finishes
*Metal detailing- wrought iron
Old World accessories
Arches
Light, airy, elegant, and refreshing
White neo-classical furniture
King Gustav III- King of Sweden (late 18th century)
Colors- light blues, greens, grays, whites
Distressed edges
Moldings- crown/wall
Natural fabrics- linen, cotton, silk
By Wesley Szalkowski and Haley Powell
*Natural, unrefined elements (nature)
Reference to simplistic lifestyle
Wood
*Pine-imperfections
White birch
Reclaimed barn wood
Stone
Mountain stone
*Floor/fireplace
Metal
Non shiny- crafted look
Tin siding/roofing
Color
*Earth tones- brownish reds, forest green, brown
Fabrics
Very basic- cotton and linen
Leather
Sources
http://www.interior-design-tutor.net/interior-design-styles.html

http://www.interiordesignipedia.com/minimalist-interior-design.html

http://www.janetbrooksdesign.com/southwest-interior-design.php

http://www.janetbrooksdeisgn.com/traditional-interior-design.php

http://www.hgtv.com/decorating-basics/tuscan-style-101/index.html

http://www.juziu.com/designs

http://www.marerico.com

http://www.everydayminimalist.com




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