Understanding decorative styles is one of the most important and principled tasks in choosing home decoration. Knowing exactly what features each style has and what rules it is designed with can be effective in designing your home decoration correctly and legally.
14 important styles of interior decoration
- Iranian interior decoration style
Iranian style interior decoration has features that have a special value. Features such as proper design, accurate calculations, correct form of covering, observance of technical and scientific issues in the building, high porches, tall columns and finally various decorations, each of which at the same time simply represents the glory of the Iranian style.
- Minimalism interior decoration style
History of minimalist interior decoration style (simplicity)
Minimalism is a school of art that bases its work and expression on the simplicity of expression and simple methods devoid of the usual philosophical or quasi-philosophical complexity.
Simplicity can be attributed to post-October Russian Russian artists who were structuralists with a tendency toward summaries and geometric shapes. Like Malovich with “White on White,” the experiences of Russian artists in the 1950s and 1960s influenced European and American artists, such as the collection of young white-collar paintings by the young Robert Rashnberg and the monochrome works of Yves Klein; The mining was influenced by Robert Riemann’s copper and the work of Agnes Martin, a combination of subtle grooves on a monochrome background.
Simplicity is used in various forms of design and art, especially in the visual arts and music. Simplification emerged in Western art after World War II and was further developed by American visual artists in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Simplists believe that by eliminating the deceptive presence of composition and application of simple and often industrial items that are geometrically and very simplified, the pure quality of color, form, space and material can be achieved. Artists include David Smith, Donald Judd, Ernest Troy, Sol Levitt, Carl Andre, Dan Flavin, Robert Ryman, Ronald Bladen, and Richard Serra.
Features of minimalist design style and decoration
This style of interior decoration is extremely accurate and nothing is too much, without an exaggerated and luxurious background. As the name of this style indicates, the emphasis of this style is on simplicity and cleanliness. The colors used in this style may be too dark and dull or light, or in some cases bright and dramatic colors may be used.
The components and equipment used in a place with a minimalist interior design are also geometric shapes such as squares, rectangles and circles, but the surfaces and appearances of everything are smooth and simple, without details and without pollution.
- Classic interior decoration style
This style of interior decoration is a refined, developed style, with many details and details that can be found in the structure of furniture and lighting fixtures and so on. Furniture and other accessories are engraved and inlaid. A house with a classic interior design is decorated with floral things, bagels, plants and legendary shapes.
- Rustic interior decoration style
Rustic style is used in villa spaces and its effort is to draw pure nature into the house. Of course, it has a raw and immature structure and has rough and slightly rough components. Furniture and lighting fixtures are sometimes made of tree stumps, tree trunks and branches, and fibers and hemp. This style is found in villas, mountain and rural houses.
- Classic interior decoration style with a new interpretation
This style of interior decoration is a refined and glorious style. It is a style in which the details of the classical style are found with a new approach. The general form of the classical style is structurally preserved, as well as some of the home appliances that exist in the classical style and are combined with modern elements. This style is a combination of old and new.
- Maverick interior decoration style (single sided)
This style of interior decoration is part of the modern style. This style is new, innovative, unusual and unconventional and without restrictions and law. The structure of this style is such that it uses overlapping devices and volumes. The colors are chosen completely randomly, even the colors used for a room.
- Japanese interior decoration style
Cleanliness, minimal detail and attention to simplicity are the hallmarks of Japanese interior decoration style. The dominant frame is square. Existence of special elements such as: tatami mat (wicker floor made of rice stalks) and washitsu (room covered with tatami mat) sliding doors, short table and its chair called zaboten. Tokonerma: A pavilion-like room as well as Kakmuno. Sui Ski, Ekbana, Ben Sai, lace are the features of this style. Japanese gardening, which was influenced by Shinto rituals, has given it a special effect.
- Chinese interior decoration style
There are three important principles in this style of interior decoration: simplicity, energy and nature; The most important principle is to find the right place for each device.
The use of wood as a natural material is seen in this style. Application of Feng Shui principles (wind and water). Moderation between energies is another characteristic of the Chinese style.
Important elements in feng shui: water, fire, soil, wood and metal. The most important principle of Feng Shui is to avoid accumulation and disorder, and another principle is to be careful in the color of the environment. The bamboo plant miraculously introduces all 5 principles of Feng Shui into the environment. The main colors used in this style are black, gold, yellow and red.
- Moroccan interior decoration style
Interior design This style of interior decoration is known for its exotic style. The main elements are carpets, tiles, colored utensils, lantern pottery, metal works, red pottery flooring, platforms protruding from the wall, furniture with inlaid and latticed wood, canopy over the bed, inner courtyard (Riyadh), hidden lights , Tiles of Zelij and Tajin. The colors used are turquoise blue and blue, white and green.
- Egyptian interior decoration style
Egyptian art is a style of descriptive art. Extensive use of natural stones such as lime and cubic volumes, voluminous and straight lines of thick and painted columns and dark wooden lattice windows in Egyptian architecture and its special type of perspective, as well as the use of prominent elements such as: aristocracy (aristocratic tombs) ), Hieroglyphics (the most prominent Egyptian decorative motifs), short and fat columns, hieroglyphics, static and dry paintings, colorful and glazed paintings, paintings on papyrus, carvings on the wall, close relationship with nature, Lotus, Ankh ( The key to life or the key to the Nile), Matte God, Anubus, Khpri (winged beetle), Amen, Widget, Ayart, Oroborus, Bost, Canopic, Obelsic. In Egyptian decoration, the presence of niches full of decorative objects and sculptures and… in the heart of the walls has given a special effect to this style.
- Indian interior decoration style
The most obvious element in this style of interior decoration is color. Existence of small decorations such as hookah, chess, delicate needlework, forty pieces and mandir (a small temple that can be placed anywhere in the house except the bedroom) and the use of patterns of Shiva, Lakshmi, Gansha as well as the role of elephants (Hindus believe in Bringing wealth) are among its characteristics.
- Ancient Roman interior decoration style
One of the features of ancient Roman art is the proper use of decorations and sculptures. Roman, Forum, Calcium, Catacombs mentioned. Semicircular arches, the use of mosaics on the walls, tapes, water features, saunas and swimming pools and the conversion of murals to wallpaper are the architectural features of this style of interior decoration. Roman style furniture emphasizes the brief use of sofas and chairs, and mostly uses decorations such as mosaics and murals, as well as patterned fabrics and decorative objects. The use of gladiatorial war scenes as mosaic pieces has been a distinguishing feature of aristocratic home decor with the public.
13- French interior decoration style
French-style interior design is known for its deception as well as cheerfulness. French style in interior design is a combination of rustic (rural) and royal (royal) style. (Armor) is a type of French cupboard or closet that combines well with many other appliances and there is a French style house in different rooms. Armor is a French wardrobe with a lot of decoration and engraving on it. The colors used in French interior decoration are different. Gold, blue, red and green colors are used in French interior design. In the French style, flower, plant and leaf designs are widely used in mirror frames and wooden chairs.
This style of interior decoration is classified into different styles with names that are more than the titles and names of queens or aristocrats, the mother of this discussion is enough to just take a name and a distinctive feature of them.
- William Mary style (S, C shaped curved woods)
- Quinn style (cabriolet and S-shaped bases)
- Georgin style (use of wood veneer, wallpaper, mahogany wood, acacia)
- Chandel style (they had hepatic bases that end in the middle paw of a cat with a ball he had caught)
- Happel White (chair with backside or heart-shaped)
- Sheraton (grooved or helical cylindrical base)
- Beer Mir style (medals with portrait painting were used a lot)
- Bauhaus style (the use of metal in the frame of chairs and furniture has increased) pioneered modernism in architecture.