Japanese interiors have gained a lot of attention in the recent past for their exemplary display of minimalism. The design is impeccable and there is a great display of precision and sophistication. Because of their deep roots in Buddhism and philosophy, the Japanese are also big fans of integrating their homes with nature. And if….[Continue Reading]
Vibrant colors, bold and distinct patterns with a few rustic furnishings are the trademark of the Mexican style of interior design. This one is all about creating an eclectic feel with over-the-top bright colors that are rich in culture and especially, have a strong Native American influence. This style blends the Spanish European architecture into….[Continue Reading]
When we think of olden styles of design, the first one that pops into our head is the Victorian style of design. While that is all about heavy, ornate and oversized furnishings with a lot of love for smaller items. It is complex, dramatic and romantic. And that sounds quite dreamy. But there was a….[Continue Reading]
Elegance and comfort in one place. That is the definition of shabby chic style of interior design. You might be surprised to learn that it originated in the 18th century. But the name shabby chic was given to this style only in the 1980s. Today, with its rustic furniture and vintage looks, it is both….[Continue Reading]
The distinguishing elements of tropical decor are its emphasis on nature, from natural materials to patterns to designs. Rooms with tropical decor tend to have wooden furniture whereas prints and patterns are commonly leafy, cane motifs, or lattice prints. Palm and banana leaves are favorites!