Interior Design Styles are not as simple as they seem. Some designers focus their attention on one style while others have many interests. The following article lists some common types of Interior Design Styles and gives brief descriptions of each. 

  1. Traditional

Traditional style refers to classic, traditional design that has been around for many years. In this type of interior design, the main focus is on functionality rather than aesthetics. Most people who live in these homes are not looking for something unusual or extravagant. This kind of home will have simple designs, plain materials, and no unnecessary items. 

  1. Modern

Modern style is based off of clean lines and shapes. Modern interiors tend to be sleek, modern and minimalist. They often incorporate clean lines and geometric patterns. Cleanliness is emphasized over comfort, and a modern home will usually have fewer decorative pieces than a traditional home. 

  1. Contemporary

Contemporary style tends to be what would be considered futuristic today. With contemporary design, the focus is on function and flexibility. A contemporary space can be used for almost any purpose; it does not need to serve a specific function. Therefore, a home can be designed in a way that makes it look beautiful but still allows for maximum use of the space. 

  1. Eclectic

Eclectic homes combine elements from both traditional and contemporary designs. They have large areas of glass, exposed brick walls, and natural wood finishes. These homes tend to be larger than traditional homes and often incorporate rustic touches like exposed beams. 

  1. Minimalism

 Minimalism refers to a modern style that emphasizes functionality over form. In this type of interior design, everything has a purpose and is designed to fulfill its function. Everything from the furniture to the artwork is chosen based on their aesthetic value rather than what they look like. 

  1. Postmodernist

Postmodernism is a style that combines elements from both traditional and modern architecture. Buildings built in postmodernist style may include multiple stories and contain many different materials, including steel, cement, wood, glass, and concrete. These buildings were designed to be flexible and adaptable to changes as they evolve. 

Conclusion of Interior Design styles

 The term ‘design’ has been used in many different ways throughout history. Some people use the word just to describe how a room looks while others use it to mean how someone thinks. With this definition, we can understand that design style is not only visual but also involves a person’s thoughts and feelings.

There are many styles of interior design including traditional, modern, industrial, natural, minimalist, traditional, coastal, and rustic. Traditional interior design uses classical styles. Modern interior design is based upon what was popular during the 1960s. Industrial designs were popular in the 1950s and 1970s. Natural interiors are those that have minimal decorations and use natural materials like wood, stone, brick, tile, etc. Minimalist interior design focuses on simplicity and practicality. Coastal interiors are those designed around seaside homes. Rustic interiors are similar to farmhouse or log cabin styles.

All these styles differ from each other in terms of color schemes, flooring, furniture, lighting, etc. However, they still share several things in common, namely their basic concept, style, and theme. These elements should be considered before choosing a particular interior design style. Have an Interior Design Project in your mind? Visit HCD DREAM Interior Solutions in Bangalore.