Find Your Interior Design Style | Home Decor

Find Your Interior Design Style | Home Decor


Hi guys, I was working today and I was thinking
about all of you and I’m really curious about one thing: Do you know which
interior design style defines you? In this video, I want to share with you some
of the most relevant design styles. This way you can discover which one defines
your personality and taste so, stay with me! Welcome back to my channel. I’m Zahira Cury, Architect and Interior Designer founder of D.Signers. If you love design, remember to Subscribe
and turn on the notifications bell to enjoy the latest in Interior design tips and home ideas. If you have any questions
after watching this video don’t forget to ask me in the comment section! I really enjoy interacting with you and getting
to know you guys. Defining your style is very important when
it’s time to design any space because it serves as a guide at the time of selecting
colors the type of furniture and other details. It’s also great for inspiration on how to
achieve a cohesive home. please, don’t forget to share with me which
style defines your personality! Stay till the end because I will reveal my
favorite one! So let’s get started. Mid Century Modern: The mid-century modern style is defined by simple forms, organic influences, high functionality,
minimal ornamentation and playfulness. Mid Century Modern is characterized by the
open space-concept environmental integration, simplicity, functionality, geometry and nature. Color palettes in this style is natural and
warm. Other colors that are usually used are olive
green, mustard, orange, yellow, or even pink, The color palette here is huge, ranging from
natural, dim tones to bold and vibrant hues. Furniture is often characterized by their
practical designs and beautiful craftsmanship. Look for furniture in shades of dark and natural
timber finishes like walnut, usually with rounded shapes. The timber credenza, rounded dining chairs
and the Eames lounger chair are icons of this time. So if you are elegant, and you love warm spaces
and you appreciate high quality and innovative furniture this style is for you! Scandinavian:
Scandinavian design is clean with simple lines, minimalism, and functional without sacrificing
beauty. This style was born in the Nordic countries
and because the winters are so long and dark, Scandinavian interiors are typically painted
white to help keep spaces bright. The Scandinavian furniture style is characterized
by the seasons in the north This results in the need to create warmth and comfort pieces so light wooden pieces without unnecessary details are a must have. Fabrics often have fur optics, cotton or linen. and, of course, to help brighten up spaces
and to bring in some life plants are found in plenty of Scandinavian homes. Some famous design pieces
are essentials to get the look such as the famous plastic chair by Eames, the diamond chair by Harry Bertoia,
the tulip table and chair and other famous furniture of the early 20th century. So if you like unique and stylish pieces clean and bright, this style
can match perfectly with you. Industrial: Industrial style is a design of bringing back
the period that focused more on manufacturing, mechanical creativity and appreciating raw
and unfinished interiors. This style is all about proudly displaying
the building materials which we usually try to conceal. The favorite textures are exposed bricks,
exposed concrete, steel beams or columns, stainless steel and unfinished wood work. The color palette here are neutrals like gray,
black, and pure white because they are perfect for contrasting with the raw materials. The furniture is very comfortable, in leather
or in a pop of color. Usually the spaces are dramatic with very
interesting lighting fixtures. The Industrial style is perfect for the people
who appreciates how stuff works, repurposing the old to create something new. So If you like that and you love warm spaces
and raw materials this style is perfect for you. Glam Style: If you’re a fan of pretty, fancy, and just generally extravagant things, glam style may
be perfect for you. Glam color palettes are neutral with white, cream, grey, black,
gold, silver and often jewel tones. Glitz have a place of honor in the finishing
touches. Brilliant metallics, crystal chandelier, fancy
fabrics as velvet and sheepskin are crucial to get the look. Furniture with sculptural lines with metal
and rich details are a must have. Nothing embodies the essence of glam style
quite like the mirrored coffee table, console or accessories. Contemporary style:
In home decoration, if you like trends and you like to keep up with the styles of the
moment, you are a follower of the contemporary style. Contemporary style of decorating is defined
by simplicity, sophistication, textures, and clean lines. Neutrals, black, and white are the main colors
in contemporary style interiors. Furniture pieces should make a bold statement but, at the same time, they should be simple without decoration. Sofas, chairs, and ottomans
often have exposed legs this style is for people that don’t like to use ruffles, excessive details or
floral and colorful prints. In contemporary rooms, plants and flowers
should be large and dramatic in simple containers. Large blooms with interesting leaves and dramatic
shapes work better than small arrangements. If you’re elegant, vanguardist and sophisticated
maybe the contemporary style is for you. Rustic: one of the defining characteristics
of a rustic home home is the use of natural materials. That means lots of wood and stone in furniture,
on ceilings and walls. This style uses rustic and organic elements
and accessories in their most natural state. It’s simple, natural and has an earthy feel The furniture is soft leather with simple lines, handmade fabrics with rich and natural
texture. hand-made creations of furniture items and
decorative elements are crucial to get the look The color scheme of this style is inspired
from Mother Nature’s neutral palette with a mix of soft gray, brown, beige, tan, and
black. It usually incorporates dusty earth tones
and greens, brick red and adobe orange. The Rustic design Is warm & inviting So, if you love to have a close connection
with nature, this style is perfect for you. Minimalist: Minimalist style is defined by the famous concept: “less is more” Minimalism in design is to strip everything down to its essential quality and achieve
simplicity. The basic geometric forms elements without
decoration, simple materials, clean lines, uncluttered, monochromatic, natural light
and order are all essentials in a minimalist space. All of the furniture has a purpose and function. Pieces are reduced but they still stand out,
which means that each furniture is a piece of pure art. The color palette here is very serene, practical
and super, super basic: the neutral colors like white, gray and black are the only favorites. textures like natural concrete and wood are
essentials in this style and natural plants as well. If you’re a super practical person, you
see beauty in the simplicity and you love living in a practical way, this style absolutely
defines you. I’m not a minimalist but I will confess
that their philosophy is one of my favorites, maybe you might think this style is boring
or too simple but when you’re able to see beauty in the simple things, you definitely
live better. Traditional: Traditional decoration is calm, orderly, and predictable. It’s comforting and classic. There is nothing wild or chaotic in a traditional
room. Furnishings are classic, Nothing is a surprise. Pieces match and are consistent. Traditional style sticks to the basics. Wood furniture will usually have a mix of
straight and curved lines. Fabrics in a traditional room are generally
neither too shiny nor too textured. Florals, plain colors, stripes, geometrics,
and small all-over patterns are common. Soft, neutral colors go with the traditional
style color scheme. Japandi: My favorite right now! Japandi is the fusion between Japanese and
Scandinavian style. It’s a hybrid style where two completely different styles act together
to create a beautiful space I want to talk about this
particular style because I love it and it’s so trendy right now and also I want to show you
that interior design doesn’t have to be rigid you can mix and match your favorite
styles to create and customize one for your personality and taste. so let’s see how these two styles mix together. This hybrid style combines the Scandinavian
minimalism with the Wabi Sabi Japanese style that finds perfection in imperfection which means finding beauty in craftsmanship raw materials and simple and natural elements. A warm and neutral colour palette is the background
of every japandi style interior. Unlike the Scandi style that works completely
in white. Furniture pieces are statement pieces and
bold accessories by themselves. They have clean and minimalistic lines. Match furniture with natural and textured
fabrics, without decoration and patterns. Because of the strong Zen influences
in this trend the pieces are about quality, not quantity. This means not a lot of greens here, just
a few plants. maybe just one to decorate with a bold simplicity. So if you like Scandinavian but you feel
that you need a warmer ambience this hybrid style is for you. Other design styles exist, but these are the
most popular right now. So guys, which one is your design style? tell me in a comment below Remember that If you have any questions let me know in the comment section also if you
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80 thoughts on “Find Your Interior Design Style | Home Decor

  1. For me i prefer those 2 scandinavian and industrial, also i think will add japandi to the list .lov ur videos thnk u.

  2. Scandinavian looks great…Can we use both contemporary and Scandinavian design together….I love white walls, can you plz make a video on how to decorate a home with all white walls and how to choose the best white color…Love your ideas….

  3. Hey…Namaste from India…ur such a amazing designer..your choice of topics are brilliant 👍 my favourite would be traditional Indian aesthetic design.I really like the way you explain your themes…keep inspiring us …all good wishes 🥰

  4. Thanks for another perfect explained and understandable video. Loving your work and tips!. This is really helpful to idealize the space when you know few things about your client. This helps to make a sketch or mood board for first presentation. Btw, from those styles in the video, i like the Mid Century and Rustic one #NatureLover, but i would say my perfect style would be Eclectic .

  5. very informative video!!!all the latests and more common designs are shown in full detail.
    Do you think a style can be different for a man and a woman?is there a masculine and a feminine style?im leaning more to japandi style with an industrial touch..oce again greetings from greece and beautiful corfu

  6. I am a mix of Glam and Contemporary. It is hard for me to limit myself to one or two but these two speak to me

  7. Thanks a lot for this. Very informative. My style is traditional plus a bit of glam. Scandinavian plus glam is also nice.

  8. Can you have a style for each room or should one theme flow through the house.I like the individual room theme since I am a collector but do care about organised patterns I guess?Your thoughts.

  9. I like contemporary, japandi, and global (particularly Moroccan influences)….it would be amazing to be able to combine these styles in a simple and harmonious way.

  10. Yay! Another video with awesome content. I find my style is as you have put it, a blend of different design styles. I like to call it eclectic. My furniture pieces are almost all minimalist but in natural wood tones. I love my clear eames plastic chair which I have paired with my dresser. I also have some warm throws in chunky wool that I knitted (rustic!) And my favourite rug is definitely industrial. Sounds like a lot but I chose a colour palette that works. I love my little space!

  11. My favourite are Scandinavian and Industrial. In the living room I have Scandinavian style, but I want my 16's year old son's room to be an industrial style, would it be compatible? Also could you give me your opinion if it's necessary for all the rooms to have the same style for a good looking apartment?

  12. I like industrial and traditional… but I want my bedroom to be grey green while I went the furniture to be raw… I just don't understand how I can mix both

  13. I loved this video! I'm a Glam girl but also love a contemporary look too. My friends all have different styles and I love seeing different designs and adore them. Love your channel ❤️ You nailed all these with colors etc. well done. 👌🏼💕😘

  14. Todo muy hermoso 😍👩🏻🏠 aunque me inclino mas por el estilo contemporáneo, aún asi felicitaciones!! Por tan excelente video, muy bien detallado ❤️. Saludos!! 🇵🇪

  15. I'm definitely minimalist but I kinda felt in love with japandi stile! I think there are few aspects in common between these two styles also. Thanks for this video, your channel is inspiring me a lot!

  16. Hola zahira. Hermoso video! De gran utilidad! Te felicito. Yo tengo una casa rústica. Y ahora me doy cuenta que seleccione lo que mas me gusto de varios estilos. Fue una mezcla que hice de manera intuitiva y el resultado va quedando bien. Muchas gracias x el video. Cariños desde Argentina🇦🇷😀

  17. actually i love royal classic style which can be defined as castels and palaces but in this video i love rustic and jacandi both😊😊

  18. A very informative vid with inspiring interiors, saved it! My style is japandi but with one pop of color like a big painting that will be the statement piece of the room.

  19. Your design speaks to my soul and by far are my favorite designer. I am currently ficing up our newly purchased place. But my couches are those heavy leather pieces very closed to the floor. Im thinking of replacing the legs with higher ones, dying the couches white. WE Already started prepping the floor for high gloss epoxy white, open the space and then want vertical floor to ceiling white mini kitchen. I wish you were here. I would love to show you the progress for input. Lotsa love from Gea Holland from South Africa. Ps:Perhaps we could video call when you have a minute to share

  20. Million thanks. I loved this video, I even make my husband to watch 😂. I have a question, how to mix 2 or 4 styles. I like glam and contemporary my husband like contemporary and minimalist, and both like the light, bright of the Scandinavian. And our house is a tipical English mass produced 80s house. Basically no character but in a good location. Hellllppppp .

  21. Hi zohira! Thank you for your videos. Could you please refer to the issue of designed ng around the tv, or to be more presise, how the avoid it? What solutions could you suggest?
    Thank you!

  22. I like contemporary and rustic fusion please. Contemporary living room and kitchen and rustic wood heavy set dinning furniture please

  23. I moved into a rental home…I am interested in a little 'glam' with a 'contemporary' twist…I have just made 3 months, and I can't seem to find the correct design for my foundation as the house has a truly unique shape and design palette (floor to ceiling tiles in the bathrooms)….I wish that I could rip the tiles out and paint the walls. How do I turn my visualisation into actualisation???
    Please help….

  24. I'm a mix of styles, currently planning a modern black and white kitchen. I love natural light. White walls seem to be my thing right now too. I am loving this insight into design that I am getting from you, thanks.

  25. Thank you so much for your videos! I'm trying to figure out my stile… Right now in my 40 sqm apartment I think japandi is the only option. The dining/living room is really tiny, long and narrow. There's only one light source and I can t figure what kind of illumination is best. It's a real challenge, I could youse an advice if you can…thank you again for all the precious help!

  26. Zahira..excellent ilustration of the most popular Styles.
    Can you work a video on lighting design Styles and techniques?

  27. You are amazing and ur content is unique in that is practical and useful and love how u incorporate visual examples. I would like to know if I u can help us east coasters (NY/NJ) apt renters. I’m moving into my 1st apt and my living room literally measures 14 ft x 11 ft which has to be a MULTIPURPOSE Living Room. 1/2 living room 1/2 office space can u show us how to lay out and decorate small multipurpose rooms like this. Also bedroom and vanity please and thank u!!!!!

  28. I love your videos and follow you on Instagram.. Will appreciate a follow back from you.
    Here is a link to my iG profile
    @kakudot
    https://instagram.com/kakudot?igshid=1143t5fo1rd7c

  29. Qué pasó con Art Deco, Art Novo, Victoriano ? No digo q estén de moda pero son parte de los estilos dentro del mundo del interiorismo, de hecho creo que hoy en día hay una gran influencia del Art Deco, a lo mejor no en sus Volúmenes pero si en sus líneas y colores y texturas, feliz día todos

  30. Great video! I love all styles! But I prefer minimalism not only in design but as a way of life overall! Cheers!

  31. I want all in my house by entering each rooms or sections… Expect glam model.. my room i like to have a contemporary , gym or kitchen have a industrial model and other section like to have a traditional model… I don't know how my dream of this looks like

  32. Fabulous video! Is Coastal a design style? I find I lean to that serene/vacation feel. I would LOVE to see a video on that👍

  33. hello, i love your videos, i have a question, i have a green velvet sofa and a industrial dining table, so how can i mixed ? please help me it is my first house,
    and please keep doing videos
    Greetings from Colombia

  34. You did a great job explaining the different styles. I like them all except for Glam—reminds me too much of the Kardashians. I lean towards industrial/rustic/Scandanavian.

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