A guide to interior styles

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INTERIOR DESIGN GUIDEAlmost 100 of the most famous interior styles

Would you like a Baroque interior? Or even Art Deco? Nowadays hardly anyone designs pure styles unless the goal is to recreate a classic interior. The more interesting, knowing the history of styles, to bring a grain of this history in today. This is how modern interiors become alive and cosy.

But that’s why we at Amazing Interiors strive to guide our clients through the variety of styles. Whatever your budget, we will design a cosy and unique space for you.

Bookmark the current interior guide for future use. It will help you navigate through interior styles to find the best solution for you.

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African - wild and uninhibited

A kind of ethnic style; techniques that give the apartment the appearance of an African hut.
The desired impression is achieved with rough plaster, ebonite, scarlet, red paint, jungle and savannah shades.
The furniture is low, with a hint of artisanal, primitive design. A fireplace, decorated as a hearth, is appropriate, as well as torch lights.
To enhance the effect, fabrics with Nigerian and Congolese ornaments, leopard and zebra prints, terracotta figurines of totem animals and wooden masks are used.
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American - durable and family friendly

The American style in interiors was born in parallel with the colonization of the New World.
Its characteristic features are: no hall, kitchen combined with the living room, wooden pilasters, cartouches, rosettes on the furniture fronts.
The materials are both traditional and plastic, imitating luxury.
The colors refer to the room: variations of brown, pistachio, olive, soft blue.
A must-have in the living room is a sofa, spacious armchairs and an elegant chandelier. The kitchen is island style, usually with a breakfast bar.

American interiors are liberal and flexible. True riches and antiques are combined with penny heirlooms; the characteristic elements are family photos and sports trophies.
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Ampire - haughty and pretentious

Also known as palace style. It was created under Napoleon, mixing classical and ancient canons with imperial ambitions.
Its peculiarity is painted ceilings with medallions, luxurious furniture set along the walls, huge mirrors, the presence of military, heraldic, triumphal attributes: shields, coats of arms, laurel wreaths.
The material basis of the "imperial" style is precious wood, polished stone, bronze, tapestries and expensive fabrics.
Gold, sapphire, ruby, amethyst and other "jewelry" colors dominate.
When it comes to furniture, choose soft objects with carved backs and shapely legs, oval and round tables, monolithic cabinets with pilasters, bure with floral ornaments.
Floor mirrors, goblets with curved necks, cylindrical pedestals and glasses, and elegant musical instruments are iconic pieces.
Central lighting is provided by chandeliers, side lamps in the form of large candelabras.
Battle paintings and antique statues complete the decor.
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Antique - on a large scale and on a grand scale

It is an interior design style inherent in the culture of antiquity.
Features: columns, niches, arches, carvings, frescoes, moldings, drapery, a fireplace with a rectangular portal.
The materials are polished stone, shiny tiles, smooth wood.
The palette is dominated by shades of clay, sea, pebbles and sand. Waves, shells and Greek meanders are used as decorations.
The equipment includes chests of drawers and tables with footstools, benches and benches.
The central chandelier is large but not bulky, with exquisite plafonds. A lot of side lamps, creating a vintage atmosphere.
The decor is scattered on the walls, ceiling and furniture. There are paintings, bas-reliefs and mosaics, fragments in the form of atlantes and caryatids.
The interior is detailed with scaled-down copies of antique statues, amphorae and ceramic bowls.
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Art Deco - chic and bohemian

The style became established in 1925 under the influence of the International Art Exhibition. Art Deco crystallized the characteristics of modernism, neoclassicism and constructivism, realizing an increased interest in progress and a thirst for new pleasures.
Its special features were bold geometry, massive forms, an abundance of facets, as well as references to geography, archeology and industrialization.
Typical resources of this style include polished wood with a refined texture, glass, steel, aluminum and chrome.
Iconic works - stained glass windows, mirrors, bent consoles, half-round chests of drawers, screens with brass inlays, floor lamps, gilded and silvered details.
The colors are a combination of black and gold, black and white, grey, beige and burgundy.
The décor is detailed and exotic: table lamps, "wild" hides, knick-knacks made of decorative stones, chests made of crocodile skin, miniature replicas of historical buildings and artifacts.
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Art Nouveau - pampered and dreamy

Historical style, precursor of Art Deco with the idea of finding a balance between refined aesthetics and industrial production.
In different countries, Art Nouveau was called in different ways, for example: in Germany Jugendstil, in France Fiendesieck, in the Czech Republic and Austria - Sotsesion, in Russia - Art Nouveau.
Peculiarities: the refusal of right angles, accurate verticals and horizontals, imitation of plant forms, ornate patterns.
The decoration includes bent wood, plaster plastic, wallpaper with frequent floral prints.
The furniture has whimsical outlines; Typical of the furnishings are sofas with fluid, "feminine" forms, Viennese chairs, shelves, shapely cupboards.
The palette is softened, smoky: dusty pink, tobacco shades, matte pearls.
Accessories and decorations include a mother-of-pearl chandelier, table settings painted with vines and dragonflies, figures of dancers and athletes, peacock feathers.
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Avant-garde - dynamic and rebellious style

From the vocabulary of the army, the term passed into art in 1825 as a general name for pioneer movements.
Style features: advanced and mass-produced materials, one-piece finishes, color and texture contrasts, no halftones.

The avant-garde always breaks with patterns, so instead of walls and doors, it builds arches and catwalks, zoning the space with large objects.
The furniture consists of pull-out tables, wardrobes and poufs of an original shape.
Iconic pieces such as the Diamond Chair, Panton Chair and ZigZag chair also highlight the style.
The palette consists of a base tone and blocks of radical red, yellow, plum and ultramarine.
Lamps and LED strips are used to create compositions and installations.
Accessories and decorations include surreal or abstract art and large glass vases.
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Baroque - theatrical and pompous

It was born in the XVI-th century on the wave of the heyday of European civilization, the emergence of new titles, the affirmation of etiquette and ceremonies.
Features that delight with opulence, passion, forms and capitals, columns, intricate patterns.
The materials are expensive and exclusive: stone slabs, stained wood, tapestries, silk-screen printing, embossed velvet and monograms. Stucco and paintings decorating the ceiling "flow" onto the walls. The floors are parquet or marble.

There are no trivial objects in Baroque, each work is a piece of art. Scroll mirrors everywhere, sofas with wavy backrests, carved, inlaid tables, armchairs on animal legs, chests of drawers with "gold" fittings.
The colors combine chocolate and pink, velvet blue, white, green, shades of Marsala and gilding.
A chandelier with lots of crystal trinkets and gilded sconces light up the atmosphere. The windows are covered with heavy double hem curtains.
Cupids, psyche, floor vases, statuettes of heroes in tense dramatic poses, porcelain jugs, reproductions of Caravaggio, Bruegel and Rubens complete the picture.
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Bauhaus – simplified and ergonomic style

It was created in 1919 as a consequence of the Bauhaus school, founded by the German architect Gropius. He combined the German avant-garde with the doctrine of functionalism.
Features: geometricism and rhythm, minimalism, budget availability, rationality.
Materials: glass, metal, softened with wood and leather.
Bright, square, rectangular, round furniture. This style is characterized by transformer tables, modular cabinets and aluminum shelves. Iconic pieces include the Barcelona chair, the Brno chair and Josef Pohl's wardrobe.
The palette is rich, with bright accents; there are few textiles, and accessories are cleverly placed lamps and appliances.

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Belgian – economical and spiritual

Also known as the Flemish style, this style is best known for the work of Axel Verwoerdt, a designer from Belgium.
Its special features are moderation, predilection for natural materials and textures, harmony between retro and contemporary elements and the universality of fabrics.
Sustainable materials, wood and its modifications, plaster, glass, stone.
Preferred colors are beige, white, sand, smoke, blue.
Sofas and chairs with covers, patinated chests of drawers and wicker armchairs indicate this style.
Accessories include a Flemish chandelier, wrought iron lamps, baskets, layered linen tablecloths.
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Biedermeier - modest and sentimental

Formed in the early XIXth century as a defensive reaction to strikes and strikers; personifies the desire for stability, privacy
Characteristic features: classic composition (furniture along the walls), perfect proportions, integrity of the surroundings, intimate atmosphere.
The materials are simple: boards, plaster, striped wallpaper.
The furniture is of high quality, with impeccable craftsmanship. Sliding tables, writing cabinets, chests of drawers and stools that transform into stairs dominate.
The color range is homely warm without being bloated, the textiles are uncomplicated and practical.
The decoration consists of embroidered napkins, piggy banks and figures of pastorals.
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Bionics - free and ecological

Also known as bio-tech, it is the latest style emerging from the womb of science, which introduced patterns of living nature to industrial production.
Characteristic features are curved and arched lines, mirror textures, symbiosis of natural and synthetic raw materials.
Materials - smooth wood, flexible stone, smart glass, eco-leather.
The colors are pure, imitating trunks, sky and leaves.
The layout is loose, partitions and furniture have a honeycomb structure, pores, roots, bubbles. The lighting fixtures are creative, many built-in and hidden.
The decor is lush greenery, panels of stabilized moss and "live" plant walls.
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Boho - charismatic and colorful

The style evolved from British street fashion with a mix of colorful gypsy outfits, carefree hippie influences and retro spontaneity.
It is characterized by butterfly colors and lots of textiles. The interior is laden with colorful cushions, quilted bedspreads, burpa rugs and multi-layered fabrics.
Decoupage and patchwork crafts, paintings by "unrecognized geniuses", candlesticks and vintage postcards are characteristic details.
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Brutalism - raw and real

It is also neo-brutalism, a style derived from an architectural trend that was fashionable in the middle of the last century.
Characteristic features are monumentality, texture, durability, indifference to color and nuance.
Brutalism brings to the fore the beauty of raw materials - exposed masonry, rough plaster, shiny glass, bare metal.
The furniture is large, uncluttered, on fundamental supports. Its color is equal to the finish: brown, gray, dull white.
The fittings are elementary in execution, the decor is almost non-existent.
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Bungalow - unpretentious and simple

We are talking about the style appropriate for one-story and compact bungalow houses. Americans "copied" the pattern from Bengali huts 200 years ago.
Features of the project include unconventional finishes, exposed beams on the ceiling, exposed masonry and uncluttered details.
Materials include locally sourced wood, veneer, wallpaper and tiles.
The furniture is American, natural colors: shades of wood, stone and earth.
When choosing accessories, handcrafted and handmade items such as planters, macrames, baskets and candle holders are preferred.
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Casual - casual and cozy

Today, this word is characterized not only by casual, informal clothing, but also by a similar interior style.
Features: creative approach to organizing space, personality, mix of styles, visual ease, connection between vintage items and items bought in the nearest supermarket.
Simple, geometric furnishings, easy to use. Materials, colors and accessories to choose according to your taste.
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Chalet - trustworthy and secluded

It appeared in the 19 th century, when cattle breeders began to build "shepherd's houses" on the slopes of the Alps. It is also known in an interior guide as the Swiss style.
Features: stability, solidity, rustic finish, logs or slats under the conical ceiling, fireplace, inelegant decor.
Wild stone, smoked wood, brick and stucco are the standard range of chalet materials.
The palette combines shades of wood and stone.
The furniture is wooden, on solid and short legs. All you need are armchairs or a short sofa by the fireplace, simple shelves, a simple rustic dining table with chairs and a futon bed.
Chandeliers made of wrought iron and chains, woolen carpets, sheepskin coats, antlers and hunting trophies add charm.
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Chinese - concentrated and deep

It appeared in Europe in the XVIIth century.
Features: feng shui, softened angles and lines, national colors, lacquered furniture, screens and bars on the windows.
Materials include stone, plywood, bamboo, rattan, silk, paper and ceramics.
In the first positions, in addition to black, there are shades of fire, vermilion and blue ink.
The furniture consists of low, carved and varnished tables, chiffoniers, shelves and deckchairs.
With accessories and decor, it's important not to overdo it. Choose from reed mats, porcelain, paper lanterns, Sichuan opera masks, dragon figurines, examples of calligraphy, and traditional Chinese landscape art.
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Chinoiserie - intricate and illusory

It is the name of a stylistic genre common in the XVIIIth century, at the height of the Rococo period, which imitated medieval Chinese art.
Features: exotic, elegant, pastoral, pseudo-historical.
It should be remembered that there was no efficient connection between the continents, so the craftsmen introducing the "chinoiseries" into the interiors had to speculate and imagine. So chinoiserie is not China, but its representation, fantasy.
Even today, he turns to this genre, introducing it to classic and modern interiors. Wallpaper decorated with pine branches, bamboo, cranes and dragons, a silk screen, a white carved box and a pair of pseudo-Chinese vases would be enough.
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Classic - elegant and correct

It is a "extract" of historical genres - Antiquity, Classicism, Baroque, Empire and Rococo. The classical style was most actively formed in the XNUMXth-XNUMXth centuries.

They are characterized by undoubted geometry, composition, a sense of proportion and a calm, balanced palette.
The materials are natural and solid, with a predominance of wood and stone.
The furniture is arranged symmetrically and proportionally around a central point, which can be a table, sofa or fireplace. Armchairs and floor lamps are arranged in pairs.
The lighting scenario is detailed, with a chandelier, sconces and local lamps.
Bright colors dominate - white, blue, sand, which are varied with subdued burgundy, green or blue.
Accessories and decor are carefully selected, in moderation: paintings, antique clocks, vases with flowers.
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Classicism - exemplary and logical

It appeared in art in the XVIIth century as a response to the affectivity and loftiness of previous stylistic trends.
Features: return to ancient heritage, order, transparency, rationality.
Materials: natural stone, precious and rare wood, expensive thick fabrics.
The furniture is mainly mahogany, with soft and flowing lines, marked by planes, inlays, medallions, bronze and porcelain inlays.
Cult items - chests of drawers, bureaux, bureaux, shapely dressing tables, sofas with slight curves, telescopes.
Delicate colors - violet, pistachio, lapis lazuli, vanilla - add mood and "air".
Illumination was entrusted to a volumetric chandelier of crystal or transparent glass, sconces.
Accessories and decorations include taffeta, brocade or jacquard draperies, floor vases, mother-of-pearl inlays and antique style carvings.
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Colonial - comfortable and versatile

It evolved with the expansion of many British colonies. Emigrants brought their own furniture and routine to a foreign land, but as they adapted to the new conditions, they adopted local customs, which were reflected in the interiors. In the same way, the French colonial style and the Spanish style were formed.
Features: natural raw materials and classics in the base, local ethnocolorism, Indian, African, Asian nuances.
The furniture and accessories are a mix of strictly European pieces with local chests, wicker chairs, crockery and decorations.
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Conservatism - stable and solid

Attachment to social values, devotion to the family is reflected in the style that appeared in England during the Stuart Restoration.
Characteristics: materials, techniques and things up to date.
The walls, ceiling and floor are durable, with plaster, wood paneling and parquet flooring.
The furniture is classic, inherited or exactly as used in the past.
The lighting, accessories and decor are also old-fashioned: a chandelier with glass corners, table and floor lamps, mirrors, a wool carpet, paintings and portraits of ancestors.
The range is cozy and fuzzy: shades of brown, white and gray.
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Constructivism – proletarian and simple

This is an avant-garde style popular in the 20s and 30s, characteristic of gigantic Soviet constructions - work palaces, workers' clubs, factory kitchens.
Features: monolithic, strict lines, rectangular forms, utilitarianism, color and decorative deficit.
The materials are industrial, mass-produced and very durable.
Furniture with essentials: chair, extendable table with mirrored doors, wardrobe, bed, shelf.
Gray, white, brown, blue and green are the primary colors.
Possible additions are spotlights as a chandelier, a wall clock, a poster, flowers in a bottle instead of a vase.
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Contemporary - Discreet and sensible

This trend took shape in the mid-twentieth century in housing estates and high-rise buildings, where residents of cities with average incomes lived. Furnishings in these apartments were not radically changed, but supplemented as needed by purchasing additional elements.
Its special features are: practicality, budget, compromise between old and new.
Available finishing materials and lighting fixtures, popular at a given time.
Furniture: wall cabinets, sofa or tahta, living room set, kitchen cabinet.
Very discreet and relaxing colors.
Accessories and decor - carpet, reproductions, one or two vases, photos, greenery.
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Country - artless and authentic

Its prototype is the American country interior.
In the 70s, rural design gained international recognition and was divided into national trends: English, Russian, Scandinavian, French country.
Features: closeness to nature, rustic roughness, nice cute look.
The materials are natural, typical of the area.
The furniture is solid, usually not new, with a history: a welcoming dining table, "grandfather's" rocking chairs, cozy couches.
A lot of fabrics: curtains, tablecloths, pillows, table runners from inexpensive materials.
Wood and white, as well as pastel shades come to the fore.
The decor is unpretentious but diverse: wrought iron, embroidery, baskets, oil lamps, a cowboy hat on the wall or a wagon wheel.
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Deconstructivism - assertiveness and sharpness

A style that came to interiors from architecture in the 80s.
Features: contradiction of form and content, distorted space, asymmetry, minimalism.
Materials - concrete, plaster, tempered glass, metals, artificial stone.
The palette is impersonal: shades of gray, white and brown.
The furniture consists of formally separate elements; sofas, tables and pouffes of unusual, polygonal shapes. The space is "broken" through arches, rhombic, "bent" openings and niches. Chandeliers are being replaced with projectors and LED strips.
The decor is laconic: unconventional lighting fixtures, paintings and sculptures from current genres.
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Disco - energetic and upbeat

This is the name of the decorating methods and tricks that give the house a disco glow straight from the 70s.
It is characterized by flickering colors, neon lights, shimmering fabrics.
Furniture - sofas, armchairs, trellises made of polished wood on elongated legs.
The palette is based on black or white, agitated by bright, acidic spots.
The decor consists of portraits of iconic pop singers, mirror balls, gramophone records and zodiac signs.
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Dutch - provincial and sincere

If you're feeling blue, you don't need to rush to Amsterdam. A relaxing Dutch interior will make things better.
Features: natural raw materials, warm colors, vaulted ceilings, a cozy and homely atmosphere.
The main materials are red brick, dark wood and stone plaster.
The furniture is rustic but with curved legs. Iconic items include a china cabinet and a white Dutch oven.
Expressiveness and detail are achieved thanks to live plants, ceramics, hand-made embroidery, patchwork rugs and knitted braids.
Colors include walnut, cream, beige, blue, ocher and avocado shades.
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Eclectic - confusing and bold

The "seeds" of eclecticism sprouted long ago: already in Romanesque and Gothic buildings, local, folk "handwriting" was combined with high-flying techniques adopted from ancient architects. But it is believed that the eclectic style developed in the first half of the XNUMXth century.
The peculiarity of eclecticism is primarily historicism, a mixture of eras. And its difference from fusion is that eclecticism groups objects not subjectively and accidentally, but on the basis of similarity. For example, by color, material, texture.
The raw materials can be anything, but the ceilings and walls must be neutral, because this is the frame, the background for further experiments with objects and colors.
The furniture belongs to different styles, but they harmonize with each other in shades or textures of upholstery. The decor also follows this principle: accessories and details are similar in some ways, but completely different.
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Ecological - calm and versatile

Ecodesign became fashionable at the end of the XXth century, when the inhabitants of the megapolis got tired of crazy rhythms and urbanism, longing for distant nature.
Features: natural raw materials, respect for the fauna, which is expressed in the absence of real leather and fur, "live" decor.
This style features wood, stone, baked clay, linen, cotton fabrics, vines and burlap.
The equipment refers to Scandinavian; the furniture is solid and wicker, with an emphasis on natural textures.
The luminaires are discreet because great importance is attached to daylight. It pours in through large windows that are covered with blinds or light, natural fabrics.
The palette is dominated by white, beige and green.
Accessories and decor include green lawn mats, driftwood hangers, decorative fountains, bamboo curtains, succulent panels and florariums.
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Egyptian - mysterious and symbolic

Most of us have no idea what decorations were used in the palaces of the pharaohs. This style is therefore a kind of trickery that creates a mysterious, esoteric atmosphere correlated with ancient Egypt.
Features, resources and accessories:
ceramic tiles, majolica, frescoes;
white, red, brown, red, blue, turquoise;
Hieroglyphic prints, "animal" fabrics;
Ebony elements;
lamps in the nature of flashlights;
figurines of cats, scarabs and sphinxes;
palm trees in tubs.
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English - respectable and refined

The English style is a set of decorative methods characteristic of Great Britain in the period from Queen Anne to Queen Victoria.
Characteristic features are conservatism, dignity, precious wood, fireplace, dense furnishings.
Gamma is muted: coffee, dull red, moss green, some white. The prints are stripes, tartan plaid, paisley, thick floral patterns.

The style is lavish and there is a lot of furniture. Iconic elements - a Chesterfield sofa, a secretary, a mantel chair, a bookcase, a tea table, a sideboard, a wall/floor clock set in wood.
A chandelier with a bronze or brass frame illuminates the interior.
Silver, bronze and porcelain as well as traditional paintings complete the atmosphere. And also curiosities from the "colony": Moorish chest, Indian hookah, coral from the tropics.
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Ethnic - native and authentic

It “speaks” many languages, because each continent and region has its own colors, traditions and methods. So ethnicity is a collective concept.
Ethnic interiors include, for example, oriental, Indian, Chinese or Mexican styles.
Articles about design also feature Spanish, Portuguese, French, Norwegian, Irish, Hawaiian, Indonesian, Latin American, Russian (à la russe) interiors and the style of the Polish or Russian countryside. It makes no sense to enumerate them: there are as many ethnic groups as there are styles!
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Functionalism – utilitarian and logical

A progressive trend in architecture and design, called functionalism, separated from constructivism at the beginning of the XXth century.
Characteristics: strict compliance of the construction and appearance of the object with its intended use, simplicity, wholeness, minimum of partitions and internal doors, reluctance to ornamentation.
The materials are industrial, in the spirit of socialist realism: concrete and reinforced concrete, brick, large-format wooden panels, glass.
The palette is indifferent: shades of gray, white and dull yellow.
The furniture is elegant, ergonomic and removable. Iconic elements are transforming armchairs, bookcases and tables on wheels.
The decor will be LED lamps, posters adding color, large potted plants.
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Fusion - paradoxical and relaxed

Fusion means "connection". In design, this style, combining the illogical, appeared in the 80s in the Philippines.
Its peculiarities are extraordinary, the collaboration of cultures and epochs, attempts to reduce to one denominator oriental harmony and European pragmatism.
Materials of all kinds.
The furnishings are mixed, taking into account both tradition and fashion. That is, an old-fashioned chest of drawers or a creaking rocking chair can be placed next to an ultra-modern glass table. All you need is a desire and… a sense of proportion.
The palette is endless, with accessories and décor to choose from, from retro pieces to ethnic heirlooms.
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Futurism - cosmic and utopian

Another greeting from the turbulent 20s. This style disappeared from view for a while, but at the end of the XXth century it returned as neo-futurism.
Features: lines, forms, colors and techniques conveying movement and speed; abstraction, cosmism.
The materials are new, with smooth, polished, glassy textures. There are various composites, plastic masses, fiberglass.
The doors look like spaceship hatches, the windows look like portholes.
The furniture is modular, with floating, curved lines. Cult objects - "astronaut chairs", capsule beds, shelves flowing one into another, displays, monitors.
The offer includes grey, white, blue, violet, blue with neon, fluorescent glow.
Accessories and decorations include bathyscaphe lamps, LED strips, photos of lunar landscapes, models of Mars rovers.
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George I style, primitive and syncretic

This style covered the first reign of the Hanoverian dynasty from 1714 to 1811.
Under George I, who barely knew English, there was an aesthetic revolution: German, Dutch "quotes" appeared in interiors amidst the formation of the Rococo style.
Style features: a mixture of classicism and rococo, mouldings, wooden friezes and cornices, carved shutters, frames and ornaments on the walls.
Characteristic materials include mahogany, lacquer, marble, terracotta, velvet, damask and furniture tapestry.
The furniture consists of full furniture sets. Cult pieces include chests of drawers, Chippendale and Hepplewhite cabinet chairs and Sheraton armchairs.
The colors are dull, phlegmatic: brown, pea, beige, taupe.
Acceptable accessories include not only paintings, mirrors and chandelier-style lamps, but also glass lanterns, Chinese porcelain and fans.