TOP 13 MOST POPULAR INTERIOR DESIGN STYLES

You are planning to build a house or renovate your old house; But with countless architectural styles today, it is difficult for you to imagine and find the right style for you? Viet Huong Ceramics brings to you the Top 13 most popular interior design styles today. Hopefully, it will make it easier for you to redesign your home.

MINIMALISM STYLE

Leading in the Top 13 most popular interior design styles, Minimalism style is especially popular. Stripping things down to their bare basics, minimalism offers us an aesthetic that relies on the efficiency of the design. Devoid of distractions or clutter, minimalist interiors are streamlined to maximize on bold visual impacts and the underlying use of the space.

Elements and motifs are kept to a bare minimum, with concealed storage and careful detailing playing their due part. Colors are explored in hushed tones, with an accent or two taking center stage. The repetition and movement of lines and a generous introduction of natural light keep these interiors light and dynamic.

CLASSIC STYLE

Classical interior design style comes from Greek and Roman design styles. This style has absolutely no mix of modernity, but is clearly shown through ancient patterns, textures, etc.
In Vietnam, Classic style is understood as a style with the most aristocracy, luxury, sophisticated design and outstanding details. Therefore, in the interior architecture industry, this design style is applied to many types of buildings: houses, hotels, cafes…

NEOCLASSICAL STYLE

Neoclassical design style is inspired by classical interior design style based on ancient Roman and Greek background. And it is valued for its symmetry, gentle colors, and harmonious proportions. The beauty of neoclassical architecture is exuded from the amazing harmony of the furniture and the lines on the ceiling and walls. No frills, no fuss, neoclassical interior design brings a unique, luxurious and sophisticated look to each living space it presents.

CONTEMPORARY STYLE

The Contemporary style, by its very definition, is current and therefore is an ever evolving palette that echoes prevalent trends and tastes at any given time. As such it is tricky to characterize this style as a set of given ideas, intentions or traits; however, as a design style it diverges from the modernist aesthetic by a presenting a more balanced and rounded approach to interior design. 

HI-TECH STYLE

Hi-tech style also known as High Technology. This is a style that uses modern equipment, materials, furniture and advanced technology products into space architecture. Therefore, the Hi-tech design style is extremely suitable for those who are passionate about technology and apply high-class materials or modern equipment to interior design. Hi-tech interior design style creates unique and different for the space it occupies.

RUSTIC STYLE

With its classical simplicity and warm homey feel, the Rustic style stands out among the most popular interior styles that are “evergreen”. It has that irresistible charm of a family home in the country that contemporary man longs for in the busy city. It is therefore no surprise to find the Rustic style in various buildings and interiors both, in country houses, as well as in urban apartments.

SCANDINAVIAN STYLE

Like its other modernist counterparts, Scandinavian style embodies a move towards simplicity, functionality and efficiency; it also however brings an emphasis on affordability to the palette.
Stirred by democratic design ideals, scandinavian design strikes a careful balance between minimalist efficiency and warm, personal preference. This interior style is characterized by organic materials, bare ornamentation and clean detailing. The color palette swims in black and white, with grays and blues or the occasional pop of color bring visual respite. Silhouettes and contours in scandinavian interiors are more rounded and sinuous, which along with organic textures create a much cozier vibe in even the barest of layouts and arrangements.

RETRO – VINTAGE STYLE

This is a style that originated in Northern Europe and was popular in the 1950s – 1970s. And now, once again, they have emerged strongly in the top of the most popular design styles of this time. You can easily see them in the pictures at the scene of cafes, entertainment areas, uploaded on Facebook, Instagram,…

INDUSTRIAL STYLE

Industrial style was born in the context of the failure of the European industrial revolution in the early 20th century, factories in Western Europe were abandoned due to moving production to third countries with lower costs. In that situation, the idea of ​​rebuilding these buildings into residential areas to meet the living needs of the people was formed.

Beams, columns, pipes, ducts and flanges are brought to the fore to emphasize the ‘machine for living’, rendering these interiors in a largely masculine overtone. Unlike many other offshoots of the modern movement, industrial style interiors do not shy away from weight or roughness, embracing the worn, recycled and salvaged.
Often the style of choice in warehouse conversions and loft remodelings, industrial interiors tend to stick to warm, neutral colors such as grays and browns with iron or steel, exposed concrete and unfinished brickwork complementing them perfectly. When choosing furniture and décor, vintage industrial designs complete the look.

TROPICAL STYLE

Tropical style interiors are all about the romantics of the endless beaches, the lush jungles and the vibrant colors of the exotic lands we dream of. Inspired by Nature, this interior design style features abundance of natural materials and color palettes characteristic for the Tropics in its flamboyant beauty.

Larger surfaces feature lush greens and shades of turquoise and blue, creating backgrounds for cheerful bursts of vibrant colors, such as pink, purple and orange displayed on various decorative items and interior textile. Exotic prints of tropical fruit and palm leaves dominate wall decor.

Key furniture items are of simple design and are made of wood, as this material is primary in a tropical house. Doors, tables, beds, chairs, cabinets and storage items feature royal teak, cozy bamboo or rattan, delicate wicker, or majestic mahogany.

ECO – ORGANIC STYLE

Eco style (roughly translated as green living trend) calls for a lifestyle that shows a high sense of responsibility towards the environment, in order to protect the global ecosystem. Applied in the field of furniture, one of the characteristics of Eco style is the use of materials of natural origin or materials that can be recycled and reused; The production process uses energy efficiently and minimizes negative impacts on the environment.

In addition to the values ​​and principles related to ecology and the environment. The designers also incorporate the beauty of nature and the craftsmanship of the craftsman to not The space becomes close, comfortable, friendly and in harmony with nature.

INDOCHINE STYLE

The Indochinese design style is a combination of sophistication and striking between the nostalgia of Asian traditions and the romance and modernity of French architecture. The unique interference and crystallization between the two cultures has created a luxurious and sophisticated architecture that still retains its cultural identity and history.

ZEN JAPANESE STYLE

Bringing the core tenets of traditional Japanese philosophy to life, Zen style interiors, just like their namesake, are about balance, harmony and consideration. Unlike most other styles, Zen spaces are less occupied with making an impact and more concerned with introducing silence and stillness, inside and out, into your day.

Every line, form and surface is placed with careful thought and efficiency, with no tolerance for frills or flippancy. The material palette is predominantly organic in character, with wood and natural fibers being the materials of choice. Existing in close proximity with nature, the Zen style engages closely with the elements, weaving them into its designs and aesthetic. Colors are soft and natural in tone, with chromatic harmony and continuity balancing surfaces and spaces.

– Bunie Nguyen – 

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