Are you just starting to discover your own interior style? Maybe you have just bought your first home, or you have moved into a new house and you are looking for some interior style inspiration.
I love the vintage, shabby chic and rustic styles, with a splash of modern, but there are so many different interior styles that you can choose from.
As my style of vintage, shabby chic, country house, rustic are often mistaken as the same thing, as they are all very similar. I thought I would share with you some other popular interior styles. Although they wouldn’t be found within my home they are all equally fabulous in there own way.
The industrial style come round the time when warehouses and factories were being converted in flats and apartments in cities across the globe.
Having the brick work exposed, or I have seen brick style wall paper and even people tiling their walls with brick style tiles. Keep the floors to wooden, maybe pop a big rug down but make sure there are no carpets. Keeping to metal light fittings and items in the kitchen, steal looking chairs and tables, you could even have a wooden table top with metal legs. Keep the colour scheme to greys and rusty tones. For soft furnishings add in leather sofas and then add in some colour with cushions.
If you want your home to stand out to your guests then Hollywood Glam is a great place to start. Think the Great Gatsby the era of parties, glitz and glam. Go big and bold with rich colour schemes, lots of crystal chandeliers, mirrors, luxurious looking items of furniture. Show the world you have have style and the money to go with it.
Try amazing wallpapers, shades of gold, silvers and even blacks that all mix together to produce a stunning splash of hollywood within you home.
Having that coastal style in your home, is just what you would imagine life as living by the sea. Light and breezy is the way to go. You don’t have to fill your home with shells and boats to have a coastal feel. Keeping the walls nice and light, very pale washed colours and even white. White washed wooden floors throughout and then add in some lighter pastel shades to add some colour into your home. I imagine light airy spaces with roman blinds or even wooden horizontal blinds to keep everything light and breezy.
When I think coastal I think natural textures, stripes, with hints of pale blue, white and even natural linen shades throughout. Keep your furniture light, stay away from the dark wooden items as they instantly reduce that light airy feeling.
So, that gives you a few different interior styles for you home, Rattan Direct have put together the ultimate guide for finding your interior style, with so many different styles and ones you would not have thought about.
What’s your interior style? I would love to hear what style you have for your home.
*This post was made in collaboration with Rattan Direct. As always thoughts and opinions are my own.*