Some style room design ideas in accordance with state characteristics. You will get inspired by the style of interior design and decor from around the world. See photos of global design, such as typical italian, french. Widely Europe and America.
French Baroque Parlor
Boston-area designer Heidi Pribell created this gilded masterpiece for a client who was renovating his historic Beacon Hill home. Pribell combines the ornate Louis XIV style with a still-bright (but less baroque dining) area, giving the room a full shimmery feel without assaulting the occupants with details at every turn.
About Indian Style
Indian design is often typified by intricately patterned textiles (usually with gold accents), arched furniture, mosaic prints and tiles, and colors like bright blues, reds, oranges and golds. Photo courtesy of Saffron Marigold.
Contemporary Scandinavian Design
If your idea of Scandinavian design begins and ends with the IKEA catalog, you’re missing out. This high-end kitchen, designed by Monica Tamayo, shows that minimalist doesn’t mean boring. The clean lines and open space showcase the marble countertops and textured walls, and the consistent color scheme keeps this area looking cool even when the (kitchen) heat is on. Photo courtesy of Blue Ocean Photography.
Small Space, Big Ideas: Indian Style
Designer Brenda Be created this Indian-inspired bath for a couple who wanted to give a nod to the husband’s heritage without overwhelming their small space. The soapstone washstand and wall-mount faucet are visual references to outdoor fountains in an Indian courtyard, and the marble shower is a nod to the elaborate marbles of Indian architecture. The sink, while based on a Moroccan pattern, is also reminiscent of Indian block-print textiles. Photo courtesy of Brenda Be.
French Baroque Style
French baroque style is characterized by ornate carvings and details (like the intricate toile wallpaper and chandelier), heavy brocades and gold, gold, gold backsplash kitchen. Design by David Stimmel.
French Country Style
French country style is typified by colors like warm yellows, farmhouse-echoing reds and smooth creams. Furniture is usually wood (and is often painted and distressed), and textiles are usually patterned (floral and toile prints are especially appropriate). Design by Shelly Riehl David.
Middle-Eastern Chic: Moorish Goes Modern
This stunning example of modern Arabian design can be found in Beirut, Lebanon’s Amethyst Lounge. The firm HBA Designs created this outdoor dining area, which was inspired by the 1001 Arabian Nights tales. Light colors (which don’t absorb heat as readily) serve as the main palette for the lounge, but amethyst purple adds pops of color and ambiance. The firm sourced the lanterns and many of the textiles from local artisans, and the geometric details — from the wicker “sculpture” to the skylight panes — also typify this regional look.
About African Style
African style generally refers to central Africa-inspired design, rather than the more Middle Eastern style of North Africa or the Dutch-tinged design in the south of the continent. It’s typified by earthy colors like browns, darker oranges, black and khaki. Animal elements are often integrated into the design. Photo courtesy of Kalahari Resorts.
About Moorish Design
The Moors didn’t include human likenesses in their design, instead relying on brightly colored, intricately patterned tile and stonework for their art. Arches in furnishings and architecture are also typical of this style. The Spanish Alhambra Palace is a master work in this particular style and also offers a wealth of inspiring ideas for re-creating this look in your own home or outdoor area. Design by Heidi Pribell.
About Asian Inspired
Designer Olga Adler’s inspiration for this kitchen and dining area was all natural: bamboo. From the custom-made kitchen backsplash that features blue and green marble cut into sliver-thin “bamboo stalks” to the bamboo-shaped light fixture, this Asian-inspired design looks as sharp as its fast-growing plant inspiration. Adler’s favorite element: the jade-colored dogs “guarding” the cooktop. Geometric patterns, like the dining room mirror, and blue vases add a more traditional touch to this modern Asian design. Design by Olga Adler Interiors. Photography by Olson Photographic.