What furnishing styles are there? Do you prefer to set up minimalist with New Scandinavian design, romantically playful with Boho Chic furniture or rustic in Modern Country? In general, style is always something very personal: our home reflects our life situation, preferences and needs and shows what we like and who we are. We have put together a few tips for finding your style.
Let yourself be inspired!
What do you like anyway? What things do you surround yourself with? For example, what is in your closet? Your own style is also evident in other favorite pieces such as vases, cushions or works of art. For more inspiration: get some magazines from the fashion, art and living worlds. The internet also offers an almost inexhaustible source of inspiration for furniture, colors and furnishing styles.
What colors and materials make you happy?
Hardly anything influences the mood and effect of rooms as much as colors. People are different and need different colors to feel good. With textiles, furniture, wall and floor colors, you can achieve certain effects. Another topic is materials and surface texture. Which materials do you like and how do they have to feel?
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Here you will find an overview of different styles. Get inspired and if you want to know more, ask our specialists for advice.
ASIA Anyone who furnishes themselves in an Asian style likes it simple and straightforward. Reduction is the key. The number of accessories determines the degree of well-dosed comfort, including fragrant lotus blossoms, incense sticks and lanterns of the highest quality.
Bright colors and shapes in various materials together with a wild mix of patterns and pieces of furniture from all over the world create this unmistakable style. You can combine many things here, the main thing is that it corresponds to a cosmopolitan globetrotter with a lot of attention to detail.
It can be rough and coarse here. Worn and industrially worn objects meet dark and patinated surfaces. Raw steel and metals predominate here and meet unplastered walls or exposed bricks. Discarded items from production halls are repurposed and re-staged.
With the modern country house style, designers are once again attaching importance to the honest use of materials. Wood can remain wood and is also shown as such, and as it ages its value increases due to the patina or it is glazed with a light color.
Light wood, clear shapes and friendly colors make the Scandinavian furnishing style so pleasant and popular. We love natural materials because they warm us and our home from the inside.
Wabi Sabi comes from the Japanese and is comparable to our Shabby Chic. In truth, however, this style is anything but shabby - namely a skilful mix of styles of heirlooms, flea market bargains and other unique finds.