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Scandinavian vs Modern vs Mid-Century: The Ultimate Guide To Interior Design Styles

Renovating your place? The first question that you’ll probably get from your ID is: What kind of design style are you going for?

Even if you’ve spent hours poring over Pinterest boards, it might still be difficult to distill the exact look and feel you want into one specific word. Plus, there are many styles that seem similar – what’s the difference between Scandinavian and minimalist? Or Japanese and minimalist?

In this article, you’ll find a comprehensive list of all the interior design styles out there, and explanations of what each style means.

The Ultimate Guide To Interior Design Styles

In a nutshell, here are all the interior design styles that you have to choose from:

  • Vintage/retro

  • Contemporary

  • Modern

  • Scandinavian

  • Japanese

  • Minimalist

  • Eclectic

  • Bohemian

  • Industrial


Modern Interior Design


Marina One ($80,000) by Mr Shopper Studio



What is modern interior design? Modern design might sound the same as contemporary, but they are actually two different things. While contemporary refers to what’s currently popular, modern design is more timeless and iconic. Modern-style homes are clean and neutral, with wood, leather and polished metal being popular materials.

Renovating your home: Steer clear from anything that looks fussy, such as rockstone wall finishings and patterned wallpapers.

Purchasing furniture: Look for wooden and metal furniture. For your living room, consider a leather sofa, which is a timeless piece.

Budget: $ to $$$


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