Part 01 _ 11 Most popular interior design styles

This time we will discuss the styles in interior design that are often used by designers.
As we have explained before, that interior design is private, can be about personality,
or mood or other factors.
In each style or style it will depend on several things:
1. Themes
2. Color
3. Arrangement or position setting

in the first part, we will discuss some types of themes in the interior both in general or specifically
in each room.

Some examples of themes in interior design:
1. Asian or oriental style
Asia or the oriental is more sticky or very sticky mentioning for 3 countries in East Asia, namely Japan, Korea and China.

Each country has its own characteristics even though it is undeniable that it has similarities on several sides, remembering

these three countries are both Austronesian language families.

Japanese-style interior design focuses on balance and harmony with nature, made minimalist with

put forward simplicity. So, the Japanese-style interior looks very distinctive and has character. This one design

reveals its distinctiveness in the use of consistent material and its very simple forms, which one

usually using a variety of floor levels, looking at the angle and contrast between open space and a comfortable angle

still prioritizing the privacy of the owner.

The basic concept of interior design in Korean homes is also basically almost the same as Japan but a striking difference

is a much more modern furniture design even though the interior concept is still minimalist.

The Chinese style interior concept is often also referred to as feng shui style architecture dominated by interiror design with

white, red, black and gold. And the wall decoration elements are given images of dragons, lotus flowers and

Chinese gods of trust. No less important are red lanterns, which usually also go wrong

a mandatory decoration element in the Chinese style interior

2. Indian Style

When speaking of India, surely the one who has the most thought in our mind is a long-duration film with songs and dances.

Besides that, we also think about spices that are thick in their cooking. This makes us familiar

again with Indian interior design.
With spice-inspired colors, polished concrete floors or tile floors, marble and granite

often found there. The decoration is still thick with their religious nuances, such as statues of gods, combined

with solid, carved wood furniture.

3. Arabic Style

Countries in the Middle East, desert countries are usually colored with carved ornaments, silk fabrics, with accents

very noticeable on sofa cushions, the use of Persian carpets and unique lighting shades. I personally see

as if it was glowing yellowish.

4. Classic Style (minimalist, contemporary, traditional)


5. Middle Ages Style

The mid-century interior style is based on many factors, usually this design displays a line of clean, organic curves

soft, and certainly not forgetting the minimalist concept.

Modern mid-century style interior design emphasizes the pared-down form; contemporary patterns, natural ingredients and flow

smooth between indoor and outdoor spaces, resulting in functional space comfort with a chic appearance. Design

This interior looks more beautiful with the use of clean, layered furniture, with smooth curves and shapes

geometric.

The use of wood is also deliberately designed in mid-century design to provide balance; between various innovations

new and high-tech, with classic models that give birth to a space atmosphere that is in line with the modern lifestyle.

6. American Style Style

Americans always have the character of building a house with glass divided into 3 symmetrical, with their design style

assume that the light entering the house can be emitted well.
Therefore, the impression of an American house looks brighter than inside. For roof decoration, generally using a triangle

double. The American design is also identical to the texture of brown, white, and black-gray wood.

7. Latin American Style

Mexico is often called Latin American. This country offers a lot of uniqueness and beauty, including design

the architecture. Mexican-style interior design is certainly quite rare in Indonesia.

Mexican style design can be applied to a room in full or only used as an additional decoration.

However, high creativity needs to be applied to this design into your home.

Before you apply a typical Mexican design, you should first prepare some very identical or typical furniture

with Mexico.

8. European Style
9. Norwegian Style
10. Casual Style
11. Indonesia Style
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