Interior Design Styles

Interior Design Styles

In a world full of overnight trends and eccentric psyche, what does it require to be called “Stylish” ? Well, the answer to this question is quite simple and straightforward. Always be in your element, in your Style ! No matter how much a couple things match, there will always be something that sets them apart and exhibits that they are unique. Right from insane fashion trends to different personality traits, we all have our own way, our own style and so do the world of design and interiors. Styles here vary immensely from each other, made up with their own elements and tastes so divergent along with the decor and designs.

India, an epitome of rich culture, heritage, history, colour, art and design is a hub for fetching inspiration to build extravagant home designs. Being a country where people live life full of  colours and traditions and treat their homes as a sacred place, no doubt why they are particular about the designing of their homes. A  few design styles carefully handpicked and thought driven were announced to be popular in Indian homes, shared below. 

Contemporary Style


A style trend built on the grounds of simplicity and sophistication is a sheer combination of clean lines, textures and subtle colours. With neutrals, lack and white as the main colours, contemporary style rooms are more spacious compared to other designs and are best in natural light. Bold yet simple and unpolished furnishings, sleek surfaces, cutting edge art along with fine lines and geometrical shapes sums up this design.


The love for sheer simplicity and clean design of the minimal style has been gowring rapidly. But a bit of glitz and glamour does no harm ! Rising from the need for a little glam, this style was found and aims to give plush finishes that go with the clean design of the minimal style. 

Indian traditional 

A pan-Indian inspired style of design is a complete desi package of art and colours ! Ornate carvings, handicrafts, solid wood furniture and old India inspired wooden decor like swings and jaalis are the main elements of this design. 



The peace and attractiveness of the traditional and the modern elements together is the transitional style. Combining the designing factors of different eras, you will walk on the roads of modernisation along with staying rooted to your traditional grounds. Simple architecture, balance of masculine and feminine design elements and refined furnishings is all what it takes to live in this wonderful design home. 


“Less Is More” ! Mere three words but a perfect description of Minimalist style. Spaces are dipped into serenity with simple and monochromatic elements. The things used are kept at a lower number to let the beauty of simplicity shine and create an uncultured space with only essential elements and a lot of lighting.  


Be a free-spirit and do what makes you happy ! Lack of structure and varied colours synchronically blending together to give a rule-free style with carefree layers of pattern, texture and colours, Bohemian Style ; a thrown together look. 

Art Deco

This style is ‘Unapologetically itself’. a sleek and anti-traditional elegance that symbolises  wealth and sophistication is bold, luxurious with a massive sense of scale and geometry. Elements used are simple, clean shapes made with expensive materials. Style reflects admiration for the modernity of the machines.


White walls, wood floors, modern furniture, a clutter-free approach and love for nature altogther creating a monastic simplicity ; a Scandivanian interior design style. A combination of beauty, simplicity, and functionality. A neutral colour palette with pops of color, natural textures and simple are some common traits of this design.

Mid-Century Modern

Emerged in the middle of the 20th century, this style comprises of clean lines, uncluttered spaces and organic shapes, minimal ornamentation, and high functionality. An Eternal style with a blend of modern and mid-century inspired art, colours and elements.

We are sure that after going through this piece of information about the prevalent design styles, you must have found yours too.