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Types Of Interior Decoration

Interior decoration has many styles, these styles are used in some places as a distinction and in others as a combination. However, each style of interior decoration has its own unique characteristics, texture, color, glaze and type of arrangement, which helps you to make a better choice for ideation and unique design that fits the environment.  And have a best choice and create an eye-catching atmosphere. In this text, several interior decoration styles are introduced with their unique features and characteristics so that you can easily have the best choice for your home decoration.

1. Modern interior decoration style

The word modern is a very widespread word that can be attributed to any time, but in fact this style of interior decoration has become popular since the 21st century with the development of science and technology and use the achievements of these changing.

In the style of modern interior decoration, there is a new thinking rather than buildings, houses and objects, so in this style people don’t have a lifeless look at objects and this causes establish a special relationship between humans and the environment.

In the style of modern interior decoration, in addition to focusing on the simplicity and practicality of designs, some colors that have efficiency and with regular and angular geometric shapes such as smooth lines, simple colors and materials such as glass and steel are used, in such a way they can transfer the sense of simplicity to the audience.

being smooth, polished, transparent, glossy, using of regular geometric shapes such as circles or angular shapes such as squares, rectangles and polygons are the prominent features of this type of arrangement and also using of sculptures or abstract paintings is very important in this type of interior decoration.

In this style, accessories made of steel, metal and glass are used frequently and objects are usually shiny.

  1. Medieval Modern Interior Decoration Style

Medieval modern interior decoration is taken from Mid-Century modern and became popular after second world War.

In this style which is very similar to the modern interior decoration style, there is more attention on different aspects of human. Also, it emphasizes and focuses on human relations with nature, so this distance between human habitation and nature tends to be eliminated as much as possible. For this purpose, the designs are very open and less walls or partitions are used, and some colors are used that transfer sense of nature to humans better such as green, yellow, orange, brown etc.

In this type of interior decoration, in addition to paying attention to the elements that are important in the modern style, it also pays much attention to the principle of simplicity.

  1. Contemporary interior decoration style

Contemporary interior decoration style is very flexible and does not follow the rules and regulations, and in fact the collection of interior decoration styles which are used in every period of history, according to the fashion of that time called contemporary.

But in general, the contemporary interior decoration style is very similar to the modern and mid-century style, but with less discipline, lines and light colors.

Spaces with this type of interior decoration try to be arranged with a natural and very warm structure that evokes a relaxing environment in the minds of residents and is as far away from formal environment as possible.

Modern and contemporary words are used instead of each other in speech, but there are many differences between these two styles in interior decoration styles.  Modern style is more formal, but contemporary style tries to make everything comfortable and familiar. Also, we see curved lines in contemporary style that are not seen in modern style.

  1. Minimal interior decoration style

The word minimalism itself is an English word meaning simplicity and the removal of all extra elements from the environment, and is derived from an art school that is based on simplicity and the efficiency of the element is so important but generally this style became popular because of the simplicity.

Todays, the minimal style has a lot of fans and is seen not only in interior decorations but also in other items such as visual arts, music, etc.

In fact, Minimal style is used in interior decorations that want to make use of utilize very much with small space and equipment while the beauty of decoration be maintained.

It can be almost said that in this style lines, patterns and angles are not used much.  The predominant color is white which is used in combination with one or two other colors to maintain the beauty of place and in addition do not be boring in passing time.  Also, natural or soft artificial lights (lamps and lights) are used.

And the famous motto of this style is “less, richer” or “without details and without pollution”.

Minimal style is one of the famous style in all types of interior decoration styles. This one is almost similar to modern style and of course more simple. In minimal style neutral colorful pallet usually are used.

  1. Classic interior decoration style

Classic style is used in the interior decoration design of houses or spaces that want to display antiquity and is mostly a display of royal and royal life and is full of extremes.

This style of interior decoration is a very magnificent style which many details are used and generally luxurious and glamorous objects, dazzling with engraving and inlay including carving next to floral fabrics are used.

Also, in these spaces, luxury and expensive chandeliers and lampshades with a lot of light are used to induce a royal atmosphere to the audience at first sight.

According to the above explanations, you can see that living in this type of house is very difficult and is for unique people who live with a certain discipline that is not very popular in today lives. Of course, you see in many houses that this style is used but in most cases, they also use this type of arrangement only in reception halls and for other parts such as living rooms or bedrooms that human spend their time use other styles.

  1. Traditional style of interior decoration

The traditional style is very close to the classic style, which preserves glamor and extremism, but is used modern paintings. In fact, this style has special designs (like legendary myths) which we can distinguish from other styles.

In traditional interior decoration, there are usually some chairs with fins on the back, furniture which are designed exclusively, tables with cutting on the legs or other furniture that are related to the 18th century.

Also, the elements in this type of interior decoration are a combination of classic and modern style.  For example, furniture and appliances are generally wooden and shiny, containing beautiful cutting and very delicate designs on its handles and legs along with simple and clear fabrics.

This style of interior decoration is more popular in China and Japan, and in these countries while maintaining the basic principles of this style, very small and simple miniature designs are used which represent a simple life of these people.

In this style the colors are usually neutral colors but sometimes warm and sharp colors are used. For example, Iranian red carpets which called lacquers are used in this interior decoration.

Backrests or beds with traditional design pillows are important in decoration. Todays, some furniture that has traditional patterns(kilim) are used in traditional decoration.

  1. Industrial style of interior decoration

Industrial style in interior decoration took place along the Industrial revolution and the emergence of new technologies.

All the elements that can evoke industrial space for you usually are used in this style. for example, using beams in the roof, metal and wooden columns, brick and concrete in part of designing space, pipes and ducts, columns or parts of the buildings that protrude in the design, using old and recycled materials that are like warehouses to transfer a sense of industrialism to audience.

Existence of attics, high ceilings, old beams, metal lighting fixtures attached to functional furniture and warm or neutral colors such as slosh color, gray, brown, etc. in all items of this interior decoration, inspires you the sense of unfinished work.

Leather furniture had countless fans among the nobility and manufacturers in that period of European history and therefore it has become an integral element in industrial decoration.

using of printed boxes as an element in decoration recreates the nostalgic feeling of opening many factories in Europe.

  1. Moroccan interior decoration style

Moroccan interior decoration style is taken from the type of house arrangement in Morocco and is more similar to Arabic decorations.  Of course, this style is a combination of Arabic, African and Mediterranean styles.

In this type of houses, high and arched ceilings with paintings can be found in abundance. One of the clear features of this type of decoration is the walls decorated with glossy tiles and glittering decorations such as a series of special lanterns, special carpets and tablecloths, colored dishes, metal or art work objects, Red pottery flooring and using colored mesh glass in home decoration.

Important colors in this decoration are gold, spectrum of red and orange, turquoise, blue and green.

  1. Rustic decoration style

The word rustic means “faded” which is derived from the word “rural” and is quite reminiscent of spaces that are closer to nature and away from urban space. So, this style may be different in various countries.  In such decorations, bricks, pottery and natural materials are used, even in some parts of the design, slosh are used to convey to people the feeling of rustic, warm and pleasant.

This style is mostly used in villages and mountains or houses. This style has a crude structure and transfer to human sense of simplicity and independence from world attachments.

In addition to decorations and accessories, which are generally made of natural materials, if you pay attention to home appliances, you will notice that they are sometimes made of tree trunks, natural wood, fibers, etc.