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Interior Design Styles


Studying various interior design styles can be helpful in developing your own style perspective. The approaches to interior design are diverse, but there are some widely accepted methods to interior planning and decor that are consistent enough to be classified as specific design styles.


Empire style originated in the early XIX century, during the time of Napoleon’s empire. From France, this elegantEmpire style was disseminated throughout Europe.

Distinctive features of the Empire style decoration are made of metal, rich draperies, beautiful paintings by famous artists, old engravings, as well as the abundance in the interior bas-reliefs, columns, cornices, which are reminiscent of ancient temples and palaces. The furniture in the Empire style is the most expensive types of wood such as birch, walnut, cherry, and sometimes mahogany, etc. For upholstered furniture used leather, silk. Also, for this style is characterized by huge bed with a luxurious canopy.

To create the empire style at home, need to think carefully about the entire project, from a technical and creative sides. Depending on the opportunity that gives you the living space, you need to decide whether this is just some elements of decoration and furniture in the Empire style, or it will be a complete reproduction of the Empire style for the entire home.

Empire style will look great in large rooms with high ceilings, it would be appropriate in the living room, front hall or dining room.

Today’s solution for the walls are high quality wallpaper, which successfully simulate tissue. Often used in the Empire style reliefs adorn the walls – it can be pilasters, rectangular or oval medallions, cornices. To finish the floor you should choose natural wood flooring.

By creating housing in the Empire style, do not forget that an essential condition – the feeling of space. Help create this sense many mirrors which are designed in a bronze frame, and the room lighting. For lighting, you can use luxurious crystal chandeliers and bronze chandeliers.

Rooms in the Empire style should be light, so you need to install large rectangular windows that give plenty of light. Spacious windows are needed and appropriate curtains. Especially popular are strict blinds with a wide bottom edge, decorated with ornaments and various ribbons and tassels. As the original cornice looks sort of spear, with large rings, which are hung and gorgeous curtains in the Empire style. Luxury and style is always in the foreground in the Empire style, sometimes to the detriment of usability.

Wanting to create a house or a room in the Empire style, you need to prepare for higher costs. All elements of decoration and furniture are of course very expensive, but looks extremely luxurious.



English Style Interior Design

When you’re choosing an interior designer whose style is English country  or one of the famous periods, your first decision is how authentic your want the décor to be.  Some want every detail picture-perfect; while others want a hint of English in the fabrics, furniture or accessories.

Whether your idea of French style is formal or country, part of the fun is knowing where to shop and how to get the most style for your dollar.  If you’re interested in antiques, then your best buy will be at auction; if style is more important than provenance, you’ll have a world of choices.  My only suggestion:  instead of being slavish, adapt English style to your style.

Designer Previews will show you the work of many of the finest designers of English style interior design firms and help you compare their styles in relation to your needs.



Art Deco style was developed following World War I, offering people a glamorous style for a new era. The excitement and optimism of post-war Europe and America formed the basis for this glamorous and elegant style of decorating.

Art Deco style blended fashion, architecture, fabric and jewelry design, furniture, and interior design with sleek, smooth lines. It combined modern materials, movement, and the industrial trends of the time.

Read about how to incorporate the Art Deco style into your home.

  • Art Deco Furniture
    Art Deco furniture is streamlined in design. It is modern and sleek but comfortable. Many designs of furniture are made with a flat bent chrome base that gives the piece a rocking effect. Wood pieces are highly lacquered in black. Decorative black lacquered panels are used as room screens. Highly lacquered wood frames are upholstered in lustrous white leather. A stepped-up arm is typical. Woods used include exotic Brazilian rosewood, ebony, birds-eye maple, and light maple veneers. Upholstery is typically of velour, giving the stark form comfort and a sensuous hand. 
  • Colors for Art Deco Interiors
    Because Art Deco interiors are minimalist, colors are used sparingly. Most color schemes include black, combining green and black, red and black and white and black. Accents are of chrome and gold. Pale blue or dove grey provides a softening effect.
  • Flooring for Art Deco Rooms
    Classic white or black marble flooring is typical in an Art Deco interior. Checkered tiles of black and white squares are common. Rugs are placed over the sleek flooring, commonly brown, black or dove gray with serpentine swirls or period geometric flowers adding design.
  • Art Deco Lighting
    Lighting in Art Deco interiors include ceiling lights, floor lamps, table lamps and wall sconces. Most styles are streamlined in design. Bronze and glass are used extensively incorporating flowers and geometric shapes in the design. Floor lamps include tall torchieres in wrought iron or chrome with hand blown glass shades. Some are also of black wrought iron. Table lamps of bright nickel with white, clear, frosted, or colorful glass shades are common. Wall sconces can be bronze, aluminum, steel, or silver plated base metal with opaque white or colorful glass shades.
  • Textures in Art Deco Interiors
    Most surfaces are sleek and clean, lacking texture. Velour is used extensively in upholstered furniture and leather gives a simple sleek look on surfaces. Wood veneers add depth to wood pieces and add design to otherwise plain pieces.
  • Accessories Accent Art Deco Design
    Form is important in Art Deco interiors. Mirrors made of nickel, chrome, or silver are decorated with motifs of deer, peacocks, roses, and geometric shapes. Bronze sculptures are sleek covered with colored or pearl beads. Desk sets of pen and pencil on a base are streamlined in design. Door handles and candlesticks molded of nickel, chrome, or silver have woodsy or chevron shapes. Frosted glass or black and white marble are used for vases. Inlay is common and adds color and design. Cameo glass vases show under layers of color exposed by etching away top layers of white or clear glass.

Art Deco style was modern for its time and many elements of the style carry over to design elements of later eras.


The Baroque style is theatrical and extravagant. Decorative elements are intended to startle, electrify – and flaunt wealth. This was also true for the European courts and aristocracy that embraced the 18th century style. Furniture is massive and opulent, textiles are luxurious and expensive, colors are royally rich and glittery, accessories are exotic and sparkling, floors are dramatic. The style was most magnificently showcased at France's Louis XIV's palace at Versailles.


  • Displays of coins, medals, manuscripts, shells and precious stones were a 17th century craze.

Accent Pieces

  • Classical busts and andirons in the fireplace
  • Chinoiserie and other items of Far Eastern orientation, such as lacquered boxes or porcelain
  • Blue-and-white Delftware vases and ginger jars
  • Silver teapots, plates and urns for requisite glitter

Modern Variations

  • Hang pictures and mirrors with gilded frames so they lean forward for a low reflection of light.

Flamboyant and Intense
Gold was the quintessential color of Baroque style.
Modern Variations

  • Use gold generously as gilding in fabric threads, on ornaments and on walls. 
  • Mix other intense colors in combinations that might shock. Choose among deep red, indigo, dark green, raspberry, ochre yellow, purple, strong blue and umber. 


  • On lower levels of Baroque houses, stone flags, bricks or tiles combine in two or more colors to create an illusion of different depths.
  • On the upper levels, wooden floors are of oak, pine or fir.
  • Floors are sometimes painted with geometric patterns like those of a contemporary parterre garden, known as broderie.


  • Dramatic patterns dominate floor treatments.
  • The very wealthy experimented with a host of geometric patterns of black-and-white marble, including squares, diamonds and cubes.
  • Wooden floors often combine several kinds of woods with different colors for elaborate designs.


  • Rush matting is preferred in less formal rooms.
  • Woven carpets are placed under furniture because carpets considered too expensive to walk on.

Modern Variations

  • Recreate the look by installing linoleum tiles with marbled, brick or stone finishes


  • Newly introduced Indian cotton was reproduced in block-printed patterns of stripes, checks and flowers.
  • The wealthy hung wall tapestries of velvet, silk damask and leather, stamped, tooled or gilded.
  • Wall coverings, table linens and cushion covers were coordinated in fabric and design – tasseled and embroidered with silver and gold threads.

Bold patterns and rich textures abound for sumptuous opulence.
Bedroom Treatments
Grandiose bed hangings and window treatments define the style.
Modern Variations

  • Capture Baroque wall-hanging luxury by using intricate crewel work with floral or arabesque designs made from twisted wool on a linen base.
  • Choose fabrics with big patterns, especially exotic chinoiserie designs of dragons, entwined trees, birds and butterflies.
  • Replicate coordinated wall coverings, table linens and cushion covers.
  • Festoon curtains with a plain rectangular pelmet or a wavy-edged pelmet with tasseled trim or braided ruffle.
  • Dress up bed areas with suspended hangings all around, including fringed or tasseled trim.
  • Use same pattern in washable linen to upholster headboards and cover dressing tables.


  • Oversized and ornately carved, painted, gilded and inlaid wood with precious materials such as silver, ivory, mother of pearl and ebony
  • Intention to impress, possibly startle


  • Knole sofa – high-cushioned arms that were raised and lowered to form a daybed
  • Oak cupboards – paneled and ornamented
  • Buffets – set into arched niches in dining rooms and displaying silver and glass
  • Bookcases – with open shelving, standard in libraries
  • Lacquered cabinets – often set on gilded or silver stands

Modern Variations

  • For purists with deep pockets, buy throne-like chairs and marble-topped tables, both with legs shaped as cherubs, mermaids, titans, dolphins or eagles.
  • Construct built-in furniture.
  • For limited budgets, achieve the look with one or two distinctive items and several plainer pieces.
  • Find wing chairs or chairs with low, wide seats, high backs and scrolled arms of polished oak or walnut; upholster with heavy, striking fabric in Baroque fashion.

Candles and Lanterns

  • Candles and lanterns chief source of day-to-day lighting for rich and poor
  • Candle stands – wood, brass, or pewter
  • Lanterns when moving through halls or on stairs
  • Typical staircase lantern suspended from an iron branch hinged from the landing – lantern pulled across and lit from the staircase
  • Branch lights – brass with central globe enhancing light from candles resting in serpentine arms

Wall sconces made of silver or brass with metal or mirror back contrive to reflect light.
Carved or gilded wood, rock-crystal, silver or brass epitomize Baroque opulence.
Modern Variations

  • Recreate Baroque grandeur and richness with shiny and reflective light fittings.
  • If Baroque-styled chandeliers are used for lighting instead of decoration, hang low to get the most light from burning candles 

Wood Paneling

  • Theatrical splendor characteristic of Baroque style is captured in grand style of walls.
  • Social events in the late 17th and early 18th centuries were played out against paneled walls.
  • Wood paneling, or wainscot, was divided into different shapes and units, such as small squares or larger rectangles.
  • Classical proportions in wood paneling, had clearly defined dado and simple cornice.
  • Panels often painted with geometric patterns.
  • Wood sometimes painted to upgrade its look: pine to resemble oak, oak to mimic walnut and other woods to look like marble or tortoise shell.
  • Extravagance was showcased with elaborate carvings of floral motifs or figures.

Wall Hangings
Gilded leather tapestries and other painted fabric hangings were fashionable.
Modern Variations

  • Attach moldings to a plaster wall, paint with a faux finish or wallpaper to create appearance of wainscot or marble.
  • Paint designs of curlicue, flowers, heraldry or classical architecture with iridescent colors on a dark background.
  • Display colorful and unusual tapestries or fabric hangings in separate panels or across an entire wall.
  • Add fringe to wall hangings for exotic touch. 



Gothic Style

Style had a religious symbolic base- think of old, ornate churches and you will be on the right track. Pointed arches and stained glass in complex trefoil or rose designs were predominant, exposed, wooden beams, large, imposing fireplaces, and emulated candle lighting completed the ecclesiastical style. There was a strong vertical influence, supported by the high arches and peaks of the architecture. Light was also important, as windows grew more and more expansive and light and air flooded into the once gloomy churches of the Romanesque period.

Gothic Furniture

 Furniture was massive and oak, adorned with Gothic motifs. Chairs, bed frames, cabinets were sturdy and featured arches, spiral-turned legs and rich upholstery in dark colors. Old church furniture such as pews, benches and trestle tables finish the look. Victorian gothic reproduction and Arts and Crafts era furniture can be used as an acceptable alternative, as many of the same motifs crossed over.

Gothic Color

Colors were rich and dark, of the Victorian era. Purple, ruby, black, ochre, forest green and gold added complemented the heavy furniture and rich design. Wallpaper was ornate and heavily patterned in natural flowers and foliage. Also popular was trompe-l’oeil architectural features or stenciled designs. Walls were painted in flat colors, to depict stones, and often covered in wall hangings- especially tapestries. Obviously stained glass was a significant feature, and these were ideally accented with pewter, wrought iron, suits of armour and candles. Decorative ribbing or cornices were common and elaborately carved. Heraldic emblems were seen everywhere.

Gothic Influences

The church most heavily influenced gothic design, and this medieval ecclesiastical style shines strongly through. Architectural influences were mostly from Roman and Medieval design, with elaborate carved wood and open tracery.

Famous Designers of the Gothic Style

AWN Pugin
William Burges
George Gilbert Scott 
Abbot Suger
Herbert Minton




Country Style Interior Design

From the special online feature Design Styles 

A wide-ranging style depending on geographical location but in general exemplified by primitive furniture, muted colors, milk-paint finishes and vintage fabrics.

Colors - Soft, muted colors showing the wear of time are indicative of a rustic country style. A more contemporary country look may feature a brighter color palette with accents of red, black or pure white to set off the design.     

Furniture - Flea markets and Grandma's attic are the perfect spots for finding treasures for a country-themed home. Look for pieces with straight lines, painted finishes and very little ornamentation.  

Fabrics - Floral, checked and striped patterns printed on calico fabric add visual interest and color to an understated country room.    

Accessories - A handmade, homespun quality permeates country-style accessories, like baskets, carved wooden bowls, pottery, pewter and hand-forged metal accents.



Unique Kitsch Style Design

Progress is not always in place and is constantly in motion.The new replaces the old. But all new – it is certainly very well-forgotten old. This assertion is confirmed, in particular, the fashionable trend nowadays - kitsch in the interiorKitsch interior style essence is that it is based on the traditionsof antiquity, but it is not a center in Kitsch style , the main thing in Kitsch style is that this old man is ridiculed. Kitsch style is a kind of nihilism in the architecture, which strongly denies any achievements of previous generations.

Priority of Kitsch style is given to the compatibility is not flowers, which, literally, a slap in the face. Screaming vulgarities, the rejection of the rules – all interior kitsch. Kitsch interior design attracts attention not beauty, but Engendering shock and revulsion and showiness. As a rule, the Kitsch style preferred by those who, by all means, tends to stand out from the surrounding gray mass, what would it is not worth it in Kitsch style . Typically , the creation of such interior do the authors themselves, these pans in Kitsch style , because only they know what they want to get a result




Art Nouveau exploded onto the design scene in Paris and London at the turn of the twentieth century.

It was the first original style, that took inspiration from its surroundings, not history.

The late Victorians found this flamboyant and away-from-the-norm design rather shocking, and it was a love or hate situation for most. Some aspects of Art Nouveau saw a revival in the 1960’s.

The style consists of two distinct looks: curvy, elongated lines, or the more linear look of artists such as Charles Rennie Mackintosh. There were elements of stylised natural forms, such as flowers, roots, buds and seedpods, and the pre-Raphaelite female form was often seen also. Vertical lines, with height were a feature, with the whiplash line being prominent. From the stylised natural forms of flowers also came spider webs, peacock feathers, locusts, thistles and more, appearing on wallpaper, furniture and accents. Exotic woods, iridescent glass, silver and semi precious stones were the materials of choice in this elaborate and exuberant era.

Art Nouveau Furniture

 Most Art Nouveau furniture was based around the greatly influential designer, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. He was renowned for his extremely high-backed chairs in a glossy black lacquer. A more conservative option would be more curvy shapes, upholstered in stylised floral fabrics. Furniture however, was not a big element of Art Nouveau design, and the focus was mainly on beautiful and elaborate ornaments. Art glass was a must. The typical Nouveau glass was iridescent with patterns of liquid oil. Glasswork also came in more opaque matter, with detailed etched designs. Of particular mention is the Galle “cameo glass”, which has a raised design cut out of the glass with acid. Tiffany lamp -shaped like an umbrella with bold colored favrile glass between bronze and metal latticework was a symbol of the art nouveau period, very expensive, and has now had thousands of lesser quality imitaions made. Silver and pewter were also popular materials for ornaments, and it is not difficult to find Mackintosh-style clocks, frames and jewellery boxes today.

Art Nouveau Color

Period colors were elegant and subtle, and became known as the “greenery yallery”. Mustard, sage, olive, brown and gold, teamed with lilac, violet and purples, peacock blue, salmon and robin’s egg blue for the ultimate in elegance. Wallpapers included much of the highly stylised nature symbols, particularly flowers, feathers, birds and dragonlies. Fabric also featured much of the same designs.

Art Nouveau Influences

Art Nouveau shared a lot of the same beliefs as Arts and Crafts. They both believed in quality goods and fine craftsmanship, but Nouveau embraced the convenience of mass production. Rococo style also featured, and botanical research and design was strong throughout.

Famous Designers of the Art Nouveau Style

Charles Rennie Mackintosh- architect and designer of furniture and jewellery
Louis Comfort Tiffany- lighting
René Lalique- glass and jewellery
Emile Galle- ceramics, glass and furniture
Victor Horta - Architect
Alphonse Mucha - posters




Contemporary Style

Clean-lined is often how contemporary interior design is described, and for good reason. This modern approach focuses first and foremost on function and avoids the excessive ornamentation evident in many other styles.


Some people shy away from the contemporary design approach because they believe it to be too harsh or cold. This doesn’t have to be the case. In fact, I think that when contemporary interior design is well planned it can promote a sense of serenity and non-fussy simplicity.

Black, whites and other neutral tones tend to dominate the contemporary style scene, but you can leverage well-planned, accent features and accessories to provide dramatic punches of color. Large blocks of colorplaced against a neutral background can firmly establish a contemporary feel as evidenced in the bedroomimage seen here.

Sleek lines are very important in this style. Choose clean-lined, modernfurnishings and accessories. Avoid furniture with curved legs, for example, which suggests a more traditional style.

Windows in a contemporary interior setting often work well unadorned or at least edited in style. This approach emphasizes the architectural element, drawing attention to the shape and line of the window itself. If privacy is an issue for you, a good option might be natural, roll up blinds (like bamboo) mounted inside the window frame. These filter light and also introduce an element of texture. Simple roman shades could also be a privacy option.


Texture is a very important elementin contemporary interior designstyle. Without texture your space might end up looking flat and a bit boring. Texture provides the perfect complement to the sleek, smooth surfaces of wood, metal and glass that tend to dominate this setting. A modern vase filled with coarse twigs, for example, can provide visual relief to the smooth surfaces around it. Additionally, a natural fiber, jute area rug with woven blocks of colorcan add a textural element to a smooth floor.

The appropriate combination of various design elements can establish a very ordered, yet interesting and refreshing environment - one that marks its place in a modern world.

Contemporary Style Tips

• Use natural, textural fabrics (jute, linen, etc.). These work great in a contemporary setting.

• Be bold (but not indiscriminate) when using color. Plan its impact.

• Incorporate furnishings with geometric shape.

• Be conservative with graphical pattern. It works great, but don’t over do it.

• A contemporary interior works best with comple

mentary architecture. This would be a great style for an urban or industrial loft, but might seem out of place in a Victorian mansion, for example. Think about context. 

Contemporary Style Living Room

Contemporary Interior Design


















Hi-Tech Interior Design

 Absolutely everything new, sooner or later turns out to be old. Maybe soon we will take back to the dacha bothered plasma TVs, digital camerasemit as unnecessary, and halogen lamps will no longer attract our admiring gaze. However, it’s all in the future. Now the curiosity of mankind wants to look into it, moving picture of him now. Just because of this commitment arose direction of hi-tech in the interior, which is the artistic interpretation of hi-tech achievements

You want to have a house that would resemble a spaceship, or want to play in his apartment the various pieces of a futuristic interior? High-techis now at the peak of his popularity. For this reason, buy furnishings, sung in a Hi-tech style, it is easy. Today, many designers in their work promoting high-tech interior.

Metal, glass and some plastics. Austerity and simplicity of Hi-tech design. The perfect straight lines. Complete absence of a tree and a complex finish – a recipe for the correct interior in the style of hi-tech. Tables in Hi-tech style are rectangular or round glass table tops, chairs Hi-tech stylemade of metal, shelves Hi-tech style made of glass … Of course, high-tech style best suited to the spacious rooms that are divided into separate functional areas with walls, doors and safety glass Hi-tech style . Sliding door wardrobes  Hi-tech style - not just a fashion, but also comfortableand functional thing, making it possible to save space.

Now our market appeared exclusive door, run out of glass, which are equipped with various technical lotions. The easiest option – is a door with the effect of broken glass. It consists of 3 layers, and, broken layer is located between 2 layers of unbreakable. These doors look pretty expensive, but at the same time, modestly – and this shows the spirit ofhigh-tech interior

Hi-tech style welcomes the establishment of the effect of “bright spots” in the room that most easily done with the sofa, for example, bright red or blue, which significantly quicken the overall picture. But the “bright spot” in Hi-Tech style interior can be only one, and this is by no means be forgotten. Lovers of experiments you can buy a sofa-transformer, which consists of separate modules, which makes it possible to change from time to time his form and the presence of removable covers allows you to implement any, even the wildest fantasies.
In addition, high-tech interior requires good selection of lighting. For this purpose, numerous built-in lamps and halogen lamps

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Most people, when asked their decorating style say they are eclectic style, meaning they like a little bit of this, and a little bit of that. Eclectic style interior design is the way to go if you just can’t choose one style. This fabulous house is a great example eclectic style that encompasses a variety of periods and styles and is brought together through the use of color, texture, shape and finish. Eclectic style is about mixing rather than matching, though all design elements should coordinate to achieve a look that is fresh and avant-garde. Eclectic style is the fingerprint of innovation and creativity. Borrowing from different sources and periods, eclectic style is a highly individualized style and is easily changed on a whim.


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