Interior Design Styles 

Most iconic modern designs were produced in mid-1900. 


Its Characteristics are 

  • Refined lines,

  • Minimalist silhouettes

  • Natural shapes

From Saarinen, Niemeyer, Eames, Noguchi, Jacobsen and beyond, the mid-century modern masters defined creative ways to use new materials like molded plastic, plywood, and aluminum in industrial design. Its pieces are highly versatile and can complement a myriad of design styles.

We would recommend mixing in elements from other design styles to keep your home looking fresh. A purist approach when decorating a mid-century modern home can make your interior design look great.

1. Modern Mid Century

2. Nautical

Three aspects which define Nautical style of Interior designing are -


  • Warm

  • Relaxing

  • Positive


Nautical decor (also referred to as coastal or cottage decor) reflects the New England beach house spirit. This interior design style is based on white or sand colored foundation, with blue as the primary accent color.

Material-wise, nautical decor incorporates unfinished wood in its tables or chairs, combined with chic linen upholstery for your lounge seats and sofas. Your options for decorative accents are many: seashells in clear jars, jute ropes, rowing oars, sailboats, navigational maps, and more!

3. Scandinavian

Scandinavian design introduced a popular minimalist look to the interior architecture field that lasts to this day.


It features 


  • Gentle contours

  • Playful accent colors

  • Balance of engineered and organic materials


Scandinavian furniture are simple, contemporary, and functional. Many Scandinavian designs employ Bauhaus principles and is characterized by fluid lines, focus on object proportions, and populist appeal. A great majority of Scandinavian interiors use white with gray tones as the foundation colors.

4. Bohemian

Bohemian decor captures the carefree and adventurous spirit of the avant-garde lifestyle.


  • Creative application of rich patterns and vibrant colors, especially those with red or purple tones 

  • Carefully present a purposefully “messy” look

  • Layer on textiles (throws, pillows, rugs, tapestry) for a warm ambience.

When furnishing, look for pieces that possess ethnic or nomadic vibes. Moroccan, Southwestern, or tribal-inspired designs are currently trending. Composition-wise, boho chic loves textile, wood, animal hide, and metallic accents.

5. Urban Modern

Urban interior design stems from the modern designer lofts in the major cities. Taking cues from its cosmopolitan environment, urban modern is a fusion of various opposing and complementary traits. 


  • Minimalist modern

  • Glamorous chic

  • Ethnic heirlooms

  • Edgy experimental designs 

Larger furniture (sofas, beds, etc.) tends to be uniformly sleek with low-profile. Feel free to bring home trailblazing modern furniture designs. Decorative accents (pillows, mirrors, end tables, etc.) in urban decor often demands artistic and creative expression – add some elegant geometric designs, or vintage items with traditional embellishment.