Styles

Bohemian Style

An unconventional carefree design for the soul. Rebellious and unconventional, Bohemian style is a collection for your memories. The style of artists and writers, this 19th century design is inspired by the free-spirited rule-breakers. Imagine a gypsy dancing in a psychedelic garden!

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Contemporary Style

Let’s set the record straight, contemporary isn’t modern. These are two different styles even though some elements may seem similar. Contemporary means “living the moment” where the style flows with the current design trends yet lets the old charm shine.

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Eclectic Style

Eclectic means ‘selecting or using the best elements of all systems’. This style may appear like a mess of randomly thrown together interior that somehow looks well placed. It plays with patterns and highlights contrasting colours. Encompassing a variety of different periods and styles, Eclectic decor develops through individual taste and refinement.

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French Style

French style is all about finesse, flamboyance and elegance. White or cream bare walls or printed blossoms with gold borders, or the iconic fleur-de-lys patterns, this style is clean and neat. Delicate and refined patterns are used to accentuate this rich style. Enchante!

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Hollywood Regency Style

Also known as Regency Moderne, this style embodies bold colours, rich contrast and opulence comfort. You will see the glamour of Hollywood’s “Golden Era” in the homes of countless actors and actresses since the 1920s. Hollywood Regency is the choice of the celebrities, live like a star with this bold style.

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Industrial Style

A style that is all about aesthetic trends, industrial style or industrial chic takes cue from old factories and industrial spaces. Exposed walls and pipes, building systems, lighting fixes and loads of concrete. Industrial style is also trending for office and commercial space.

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Mid Century Modern Style

A style born in the 1950s, Mid Century Modern design portrays the modern design and city development of the 20th Century. Created by the post World War II modern generation, this style carries the characteristics of asymmetric appearance. A simple fresh look with the use of wide glass doors or windows, spacious open rooms and flat roof.

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Rustic Style

From Tuscan estate, a small cottage to a local farmhouse or even a lodge, rustic style is warm, raw and inviting. Imagine a cabin in the woods, maybe Edward Cullen’s pad in Twilight series or those cabins in Clint Eastwood’s westerns. Rustic has a charm of its own.

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Scandinavian Style

A style made for the minimalist! Simple, functional and very Nordic countryish. Cosy and beautifully layered in nature, Scandinavian style plays with natural light, shades of whites and creams with stunning dark furniture. The principle of this style is to honour grace and elegance.

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Traditional Indian Style

A plethora of different cultures and traditions infused into what can only be described as one of the most unique styles, Traditional Indian style is a favorite of many. Every state graciously carries its culture and heritage like a precious jewel box.

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Transitional Style

For those who want the best of both traditional and contemporary, this is the style for you! A powerful union of the old world charm and modern day sophistication, transitional decor combines the best of both the worlds. Elegant and timeless, a style that carries comfort and luxury with class.

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Zen Style

Ask yourself the most famous question by Marie Kondo, “What sparks joy?” The interiors and house accessories should give positive energy, a home that brings you peace and joy is a true haven. Create a peaceful environment in every room with the minimal clean approach.

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