Transitional design in interior design refers to a contemporary blend of traditional and modern styles, midway between old world traditional and the world of chrome and glass contemporary; incorporating lines that are less ornate than traditional designs, but not as severely basic as contemporary lines. Curves combine with straight lines in a transitional style interior to deliver a look that balances both masculine and feminine attributes for a comfortable and relaxing, uncomplicated design.


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French Country style design has emerged from the scenic villages of the south of France to become one of the most popular styles of interior design around the world. The look is casual, inviting and fuss-free. The charm lies in the rustic feel of the furniture and accessories and the easy, cheerful combination of colours. The colours most associated with this style are soft, foamy greens, bright yellows and gold, rusty red and splashes of blues, pinks and lavender.


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This style is all about a carefree spirit which follows no rules. Each boho set up is totally different from the other, but is also similar, as there is an unconventional use and mix of accessories. There is no dearth of colors, patterns and fabrics; priority is given to ethnic patterns and brighter hues. Tribal designs and other ethnic touches may also feature prominently in this decorative style.


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A simple way to define minimalism is by its purpose is to create simple, peaceful and orderly spatial arrangements. Through reduced clutter and simplification of the interior to a point that gets beyond the idea of essential quality, the minimalist room has a sense of clarity and richness of simplicity instead of emptiness.


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A Hollywood glam interior is all about embracing the glitzy. Polished metals go a long way to achieving this. Whether, its sofa, bedhead, an armchair or banquet seat, tufted upholstery is the ultimate in elegance and in the most transparent way. Velvet in rich colors such as navy, emerald green and plum looks and feels so luxurious that it can be used in any scheme to add a sense of luxury and old world charm. Large scale geometrics, like so boldly used in Hollywood glam interiors epitomize the confidence of ‘old Hollywood glam’.


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The industrial style is, first and foremost, about utility, functionality and usability; so resistant materials, such as steel, copper, wood and concrete are a central theme; neutral and monotone colors are dually a must. The strength of this style is in the strong impact of space and function, the pragmatic designs of which overtime have become attractive and decorative in their own right; from functionality comes beauty. These locations also contain some of the key elements used to achieve this style of design including exposed bricks and pipes, concrete flooring, and large open windows.


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