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Scandinavian interior design is a minimalistic style using a blend of textures and soft hues to make sleek. It emphasizes clean lines, utility, and simple furnishings that are functional, beautiful, and cozy. Scandinavian interior design is known for its minimalist color palettes, cozy accents, and striking modern furniture.

Off-whites, sepias, and wood tones work well together and create a welcoming, muted space, they make a room feel sunny and bright without using overwhelming bright colors.



Industrial style refers to frill and fuss free no nonsense decor that takes inspiration from the lofty look of warehouses, factories, and other industrial structures Industrial style decor comprises of stripped back architectural details including the use of bare bricks, metals, and wood.

When planning an industrial style living room Opt for furnishings that have a simple design wild solid upholstery in natural textures and neutral colors.



Indochine interior style is a harmonious combination the nostalgic design, bold Asian traditions with the modern, romantic Indochine design style will make you “love” at first sight by the rustic beauty, retirees but still very luxurious, inspiring that it brings.

Indochine interior design style when imported into Vietnam often uses neutral colors such as light yellow, cream yellow, white,… to create a sense of coolness and lightness to overcome the hot climate in Vietnam. Besides, this style also likes to use rustic colored materials such as wood, bamboo, rattan, brick… to evoke closeness and user friendliness. Materials used in Asian design styles will be discussed in more detail below.



Minimalist interior design is very similar to modern interior design and involves using the bare essentials to create a simple and uncluttered space It’s characterised by simplicity, clean lines, and a monochromatic palette with colour used as an accent It usually combines an open floor plan, lots of light, and functional furniture, and it focuses on the shape, colour and texture of just a handful of essential elements.

Natural light complements your white and light colored surfaces, making your space feel comfortable and spacious It also shows the true colors of your walls, floors, and furniture, retaining the true essence of the minimalist style.


Retro Vintage

Retro interior style is complex, this style uses classic furniture but has omitted the cumbersome and classic details, so it is both neat, simple and luxurious.

The color gamut used is mainly dark, bright colors such as red, dark blue… The harmony between bold and gentle colors will help the living space to be both personality, polite and elegant. Decorative accessories used the most in Retro interiors are pictures, especially contemporary, highly abstract paintings.

And the walls too, it’s a harmonious combination of colors. Architects can advise you to use wallpaper, use wooden walls or advise more decorative decorations.



Rustic interiors by design use a variety of wood tones and textures as well as natural stone. The materials used showcase imperfections and raw edges which create a cozy, cabin like feel.

Rustic style is a popular interior style particularly suited to people who want a unique, handmade products, home supplies and priceless traces of time. Rustic interiors are typically very romantic, charming, and of course with the vintage charm Rustic style attracts people who appreciate traditional values and are looking for high quality furniture, including living room furniture. The main feature of pleasant living room style from ancient times is the mix of the quality and functionality.

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If you enjoy the coldness of shiny metal, glass and plastic, appreciate modern technology, then you’re truly a fan of the hi-tech style. Interiors in high-tech style are characterized by an abundance of glass, metal, plastic and media/computer devices.

The high-tech style is the newest of all. The main colors are cool gray and white. However, bright colors with metallic gloss serve as excellent accents. For these purposes use neon green, orange, red and black.

Furniture should be glossy, light and laminated. Compact wall units, shelves, TV stands and cabinets with a glossy sheen fit well the hi tech interior. Furniture can be decorated with chrome accents and glass it may be shelves, coffee tables, TV cabinets, etc.

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Boho style is a rule-breaking, personal, and unconventional style of decorating a living space. Inspired by people who choose to lead an unconventional life such as constant travelers, actors, and writers. The Bohemian style mirrors that life by combining objects, colors, and patterns from many areas of the world.

While there are no rules when it comes to Bohemian decorating, warm earthy colors are common, as are metallic and jewel tones. Think deep browns, greens, and grays for base colors, and then accessorize with saturated purple, fiery orange, and electric blue. Combining and layering colors is what makes this style unique.


Neo Classic

Neoclassical interior design was originally based on classical home décor of Greece and Rome. Today, neoclassical design remains a favorite of many homeowners due to its timeless charm.

The colors in the neoclassical style are generally mild: cream, gray, blue, yellow and green. Luster black, red, gold and silver are used mainly as patches of color to highlight the overall style. A gentle and pervasive flower theme creates a chic look from floor to ceiling.

The furniture in the neoclassical style is simple but symmetrical. Dark wood furniture is typical and rooms are embellished with beautiful ornaments, stone and marble floors, and Persian carpets. The fabrics are luxurious but not ostentatious – damask silk, brocade, linen, and velvet.