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Popular Interior Design Styles You Should Know

Luxurious interior design of white kitchen, dining room with windows and living room in one space

If you’re a first-time homebuyer, you may or may have not put a lot of thought into how you are going to furnish your home once you close your deal. You might even find yourself wondering “Now what?” the minute you step into your empty home, just waiting to be ornamented with the finest essentials. Believe it or not, there are many different interior design styles, including modern and cozy atmospheres. You might have several ideas in mind, especially when you’re looking at a variety of furniture and home options, making it harder for you to imagine exactly what you want your home to look like. We discuss some of the most popular design styles to help you simplify your shopping. Let’s take a look!


If you consider yourself more of a carefree and adventurous spirit, this might be the perfect style for you. Bohemian interior designs usually include more relaxed pieces of furniture such as throw rugs and pillows, tapestry, and a somewhat purposefully “messy look” to create a good-natured environment. You may also find plenty of vegetation in each room and patterns of all sorts within the textiles used.


Recreating the industrial era can be done in the comfort of your home—many homeowners have taken up this style of interior design! This style is intended to honor the turn-of-the-century era, where elements of wood, brick, and copper-tone accents were heavily used. Edison light bulbs are a popular option in industrially-furnished homes! If you are looking for a rustic and more mature feel in your home, industrial interior design is your best bet.


For those who live in the predominantly urban or forested areas, farmhouse decor is rather popular. This modern approach intends to mimic the cozy-like atmosphere of cabin interior design. Even better, you can recreate a french-provincial life with this kind of design. White and beige colors are the go-to palette and you can expect to find distressed wood and upholstered linen in bedrooms, the dining room, and in every nook and corner.

Art Deco 

If you’re an admirer of the 1920s to the 1930s aesthetic, art deco can help you live on the lap of luxury. In an art-deco home, you can expect to find simple accents of gold and rich colors such as metallics and some animal print here and there. Geometric shapes and sharp edges are incorporated in furniture and wall accents as well. Art deco is all about throwing glamorous and bold pieces of furniture to give white walls the taste of life!


The trend of coastal-furnished homes can most often be seen in the northeastern region of the U.S., especially in the cities of New England and Boston. This style of interior design is all about achieving the beach house spirit. The design utilized white or sand-colored schemes with blue as the primary color. Wood furnishings are used, typically in lighter shades. You can also expect to see decorative accents such as clear jar, seashells, navigational maps, and more!

Vintage Chic 

Vintage chic combines modern homes and floor plans with a touch of vintage furniture and accents. These vintage furniture pieces are often noticed for their aged or antique appearance, emphasizing the beauty in their wear and tear. Decorative accents for this home-style should include soft and opulent items. Linen textiles are often added for accentuated style. Chic colors consist of white and pastel hues.

Mid-Century Modern 

Mid-century modern designs aim to honor some of the most iconic pieces in that rose to fame in the mid-1900s. Accented furniture is characterized by refined lines, minimalist silhouettes, and natural shapes. From Niemeyer to Jacobsen, these mid-century modern masters invented creative ways to use new materials such as molded plastic, plywood, and aluminum, all of which can be found in bedrooms, the living room, to the dining room, and more.


Minimalist has been on the rise in the past decade and more. This approach to interior design is all about keeping styles simple. It’s one of the easiest to mimic, as it is mostly associated with neutral colors, open space, and simple and minimal details—hence the name. Minimalism is all about toning down and keeping your home less extra. Black is usually a popular color for large pieces of furniture such as dining room tables and bed frames.

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