About Interior Styles
This style emphasizing simplicity and functionality with a wide range of materials. This style is always changing.

Contemporary Style

This style emphasizing simplicity and functionality with a wide range of materials. This style is always changing.

  • Neutral colors — white, grey, or black as a base for design.
  • Straight and curved lines.
  • Blend of materials — brass, chrome, bronze, glass, and brushed nickel are used for finishes.
  • Use of sculptures, textures, and patterns as part of the decor and materials.
  • Unique chandeliers
Is characterized by clean lines that emphasize simplicity, minimalism, and the use of natural materials and colors, creating a clean and uncluttered look.

Modern Style

Is characterized by clean lines that emphasize simplicity, minimalism, and the use of natural materials and colors, creating a clean and uncluttered look.

  • Monochrome color palette.
  • Natural light is important — lots of windows.
  • Clean lines.
  • Natural materials and earth tones — leather, wood, and metals.
  • Modern, minimal, and simple furniture with exposed legs and frames, giving them an open airy feel.
Also known as the Traditional Style characterized by a classic, elegant look that is inspired by the past. This style often incorporates ornate details.

Classical Style

Also known as the Traditional Style characterized by a classic, elegant look that is inspired by the past. This style often incorporates ornate details.

  • Balance and symmetry is a major feature in classical space.
  • Wooden detailed doors.
  • The furniture has turned legs, beautiful wood carving or skirting.
  • Rich fabrics with patterns.
  • Wall and ceiling moulding.
  • Huge chandeliers.
  • Stone, wood, and bronze sculptures for decor items.
  • Floor length curtains with drapes and tassels.
  • color palette is typically warm; off-white or beige for authentic classical look.
Reflects the principles and values of Islam. It focuses on geometric patterns, elegance, functionality and natural materials, creating a warm inviting atmosphere.

Islamic Style

Reflects the principles and values of Islam. It focuses on geometric patterns, elegance, functionality and natural materials, creating a warm inviting atmosphere.

  • Geometric patterns used for wall and ceiling moulding.
  • Arabesque.
  • Interior arches for doors and windows.
  • Large area rugs.
  • Natural colors — earth and air tones.
  • Calligraphy is present in wall art.
Is all about raw, unfinished materials and an edgy, urban feel. This style often incorporates exposed brick walls, concrete floors, and metal accents. The color palette is typically muted, with shades of gray, brown, and black used to create a sense of depth and texture.

Industrial Style

Is all about raw, unfinished materials and an edgy, urban feel. This style often incorporates exposed brick walls, concrete floors, and metal accents. The color palette is typically muted, with shades of gray, brown, and black used to create a sense of depth and texture.

  • Exposed brick.
  • Exposed stone.
  • Smooth metal.
  • Steel.
  • Repurposed items from reclaimed material.
  • Neutral colors — whites, greys, blacks, and neutral tones of brown.
  • Exposed edison light bulbs.
  • Natural textile, weathered leather.
Is all about simplicity, functionality, and minimalism. The color palette is typically light and airy, with a lot of white, light wood tones, and neutral colors.

Scandinavian Style

Is all about simplicity, functionality, and minimalism. The color palette is typically light and airy, with a lot of white, light wood tones, and neutral colors.

  • Mix of what is functional and natural.
  • Light color palette — white, cream, tans, or grey.
  • Lines are clean.
  • Minimal window treatment because natural light is important.
  • Greenery — plants and flowers to brighten up the space.
  • Modern minimal and functional furniture.
  • Wood accents.
  • Built-in storage solutions are very common to keep the space organized and uncluttered.
Fills your home with personality. It mixes different vintage pieces from different periods and styles but relies on balance, proportion, and rhythm.

Eclectic Style

Fills your home with personality. It mixes different vintage pieces from different periods and styles but relies on balance, proportion, and rhythm.

  • Mix and match different styles together.
  • More saturated and lively color palette.
  • Mix and match different patterns, prints, and textures.
  • Artwork from different styles, no matching.
Is all about creating a relaxed, beachy vibe that feels light and airy.

Coastal Style

Is all about creating a relaxed, beachy vibe that feels light and airy.

  • Light color palette with navy blue. It’s a reflection of seaside elements — sand, sky, and water through colors and textures.
  • Natural woods, rattan.
  • Linen fabrics.
  • Lighting fixtures are made from natural materials: wood, rope, woven materials.
Is all about creating a sense of simplicity and order; sense of calm and tranquility.  This style often incorporates a limited color palette.

Minimal Style

Is all about creating a sense of simplicity and order; sense of calm and tranquility. This style often incorporates a limited color palette.

  • Neutral tones like white, gray, and beige.
  • Less is more.
  • Minimal to no clutter.
  • Clean lines.
  • Open spaces.
  • Functional spaces.
  • Furniture is typically sleek and unadorned.
Is all about mixing Scandinavian design with Japanese design. It’s where East meets West.

Japandi Style

Is all about mixing Scandinavian design with Japanese design. It’s where East meets West.

  • Simple neutral tones.
  • Organic natural materials: wood, stone, paper, rattan, cotton.
  • Straight lines.
  • Minimal items.
  • Low furniture.
  • Natural light and greenery.
Is all about creating a relaxed, eclectic vibe that feels comfortable cozy and inviting. This style often incorporates a mix of patterns, textures, and colors, with a focus on natural materials like wood, cotton, and linen.

Bohemian Style

Is all about creating a relaxed, eclectic vibe that feels comfortable cozy and inviting. This style often incorporates a mix of patterns, textures, and colors, with a focus on natural materials like wood, cotton, and linen.

  • It is unconventional and artistic.
  • You can break all rules with this style.
  • Bold colors and patterns.
  • Natural hues and earth tones.
  • More is more.
  • Original or handmade pieces of art.
  • Furniture is often vintage or handmade.
Is a vibrant mediterranean style that is inspired by the colonial architecture under spanish rule.

Spanish Style

Is a vibrant mediterranean style that is inspired by the colonial architecture under spanish rule.

  • Accessories used are large clay pots and vases.
  • Arched doorways.
  • Spanish Carpet.
  • Use of iron for railing.
  • Dark wood accents and textured stucco walls.
  • Use painted pattern tiles internally and externally.
  • Terracotta tiling for flooring.