Modern farmhouse style is known for its warmth and simplicity, characterized by natural textures and materials like wood or galvanized steel. While cream is still the color of choice, paired with neutrals, bright, bold hues can also be used.
A style of design, architecture and furniture, of roughly the 1930s through to the mid-1960s characterized especially by clean lines, organic and streamlined forms and a lack of embellishment.
Scandinavian design is a design movement characterized by simplicity, minimalism and functionality that emerged in the early 20th century, and subsequently flourished in the 1950s throughout the five Nordic countries: Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, and Iceland.
Nautical home design is something that will never go out of style. With simple nautical interior design you can easily create the feeling that the ocean is never far away, bust by using attractive decorative elements such as starfish, stripes, anchors and nautical stars.
Bohemian styles are defined by a lack of structure, opting instead for carefree layers of pattern, texture, and color. While there are some common practices with the bohemian look, there are no hard and fast rules like there are with modern or minimalist.
Rustic decor is all about a no-fuss aesthetic that showcases the beauty of subdued hues, natural materials (think wood beams or touches of stone and clay), and comfortable furnishings. This versatile design style works in just about any interior, from the bathroom to a living room.