After a massive and positive response to our last post, I’m really thankful to the public who had great things to say! We are hoping to continue the tradition with this post. My dear friend will take over this post for the love of art and interiors..
This post will talk about the different styles on Interiors and how they work for different clients.
- Contemporary Style
It comes with an expiry date i.e, it is an ever changing style. There is nothing new or innovative implemented – it is only the use of borrowing different styles from different eras. It mainly focuses on the use of definite shapes. Some characteristics of this style include Large windows, Odd or Unique shapes, Harmony in placement of furniture, Landscaping etc. This design mostly combines natural elements Eg: Stone cladding. Others include:
2. Classic style
The style which never changes that comes with high detailing elements. This style is that work of art in which bright hues and their different shades are utilised. Their characteristics include:
*Wood finish products
3.Classic Reinterpreted style
This style resembles the Classic design however this includes updating modern elements keeping in mind the same style. The characteristics of this design include:
*Surface Painting w/ colours
*Gold & Silver finishes
The sense and history of ancient people and the use of raw elements constitutes this design also incorporating nature identical elements. Characteristics include:
*Use of Weather woods (Teak, Banyan)
*Elements without finish and raw look (w/o polish)
*Furniture with Matte finish
*Nature colours like Forest Green, Shaded blue, Khaki colour, Reds & browns.
*Heavy & warm metals are also used
*Hand weaved / stitched fabrics
It’s a classic style of English and French. This was followed back in 80’s & 90’s. Usage of wood is the most prominent feature in this design. Characteristics include:
*Refreshing & soft colours
*Rugs and patterns
*Traditional Patch works
*Design similar to Cottage style
Its a style that form in the period of 1950-70. Which consists of geometrical shapes, lines and illustrations.
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