An Indian interior design style captures the ideals of India. Dark wood and bright rich colours, that are a nod to the spice markets of India. Detail can be in the furniture, as seen in the middle picture below. This style is full of detail and pattern but not cluttered.
Transitional incorporates glass chrome, greys and neutral colours, its a blend of traditional and contemporary. The place in between the old and the new, a happy medium that will be a timeless style.
Think animal skins and furs, cow hide and horns, Cowboys and Indians. The examples below are Very western, but they show you what you could put into the room to get the feel of it being western. For example, leather chairs with a tribal or animal skin throw on it, or a simple stag horn wall piece (example).
Up-cyled furniture with a deliberate worn look. Big fluffy cushions and ridiculously comfy sofas. Homely soft colours and pretty soft patterns. Our wallpaper? Shabby chic is easily stylish and extremely comfortable.
Sleek, sophisticated and simple. Modern furniture and fittings. Often minimalistic.
A beautiful blend of Art Deco and contemporary styles. Hints of the 50’s in the modern home. Pastel block colours and just key pieces of furniture.
Arts and Crafts
A style full of pattern and style. Patterned wallpapers, wall-coverings and wooden furniture. The detail is mainly focused on to the walls and on rugs.
Influences from French and Arts & craft. Wooden paneling and rooms full of furniture, but not enough to clutter. Generally dark tones, with wallpaper designs from the likes of William Morris.
Simple, clean, less is more. Modern furniture and fireplaces.
Shabby chic with a farmhouse feel. Throws, fireplaces and rustic pine and oak furniture. Comfortable and homely.