The Most Googled Interior Design Styles

Searching for your perfect interior design style? Start here. We’ve collected some of the most “Googled” styles to give you an idea of what’s hot and how to get it. Let’s dive right in.

Hollywood Regency

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What is it?

Think of the Golden Age of cinema in the 1930s and 40s in California, and you’ll get a good sense of Hollywood Regency style. It’s characterized by all things glamour, luxury, and opulence. And it’s at the crossroads of maximalism, Art Deco, and eclecticism.

High gloss, black & white, lots of textures and pattern, and tons of detail are all a part of what makes this look both comfortable and glamorous. The focus of the design is on how elements are styled and less on the actual bones of the space.

How to get it.

Hollywood Regency is all about the drama so go big or go home. Making a statement should be your primary concern, so pick glossy paint, bright metallics, and posh textiles. Mirrors make a great addition to a Hollywood style, as do touchable fabrics like velvet and exotic materials like bamboo.

What about cabinets?

Go for something with lots of detail and a glossy finish. Even a flat front cabinet could be a winner here when paired with the right countertops and floors.

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Art Deco

What is it?

Art Deco interior design is a distinctive and influential design style that emerged in the early 20th century, particularly during the 1920s and 1930s. It is characterized by a unique blend of geometric shapes, bold colors, lavish ornamentation, and a sense of luxury.

Art Deco interior design draws inspiration from various sources, including ancient and modern art, as well as advancements in technology and industry.

How to get it.

Use lots of geometric shapes, lines, and zigzags as the foundation of an Art Deco design. Chevrons and sunbursts are a hallmark of this style. Bold colors and lavish materials are another must have. With all that geometry, you might have already guessed that symmetry and balance are very important as well.

Like Hollywood design, Art Deco is all about opulence, details, and glamour. High-gloss finishes, lots of shiny metals, and mirrors are all right at home in Art Deco. Distinctive lighting is another must have. Choose something flashy like a crystal chandelier or something with polished brass.

What about cabinets?

Choose cabinets with distinctive detailing and a hint of drama to achieve Art Deco design. Opulent or exotic materials are a good choice here too.

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What is it?

Minimalist design is a design philosophy that emphasizes simplicity, clean lines, and a focus on essential elements while reducing unnecessary ornamentation and clutter. It is characterized by simplicity, clean lines, and a neutral color palette.

Minimalism is often based in functionality more so than aesthetic. It’s use of negative space creates a sort of visual rest that can be just as comforting as more cushy designs. Be prepared to reduce or stow clutter and keep knick-knacks to a minimum.

How to get it.

Minimalism and the open format go hand in hand. The fewer architectural distractions the better. This leads to an airy and spacious feel even in smaller spaces. Use a color palette that is light and bright including white, cream, beige, gray, and muted blues and greens.

Balance and proportion are crucial in minimalism. Every decoration is carefully considered to create visual harmony that doesn’t go overboard. Natural lighting is ideal but be sure to add recessed lighting, spare pendant lights, and floor lamps.

What about cabinets?

Go with cabinets that can blend into the background, create a sense of space and light, and are of high quality to achieve a perfectly minimal aesthetic.

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What is it?

Eclectic interior design is a style that draws inspiration from a wide range of sources, combining various design elements and influences to create a unique and personalized aesthetic.

Unlike more traditional or singular design styles, eclectic design embraces diversity and freedom of expression, resulting in spaces that are often a harmonious blend of different periods, cultures, and design approaches.

How to get it.

Though it might seem that eclectic is a free for all, it is guided by design principles that make it have a satisfying, finished look. You might mix styles, cultures, or time periods but keep to a color scheme. Or maybe you mix materials like wood, metals, and textiles, but all within the vein of a theme.

Eclectic is a push and pull between contrast and balance. Curate carefully to be quirky but not over stimulated. Always be playful and unconventional, yet open to change as time goes by and your tastes evolve. You are creating your own brand of fusion.

What about cabinets?

Just about any cabinet can be a good choice depending on what you are trying to achieve. As cabinets are a major piece of kitchens and bathrooms, you may want to use the cabinets to make a statement.

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Modern Country

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What is it?

Modern country interior design, sometimes referred to as “modern farmhouse” or “shabby chic,” is a design style that combines the cozy and rustic elements of traditional country design with the clean lines, simplicity, and functionality of contemporary or modern design.

It strikes a balance between the warmth and charm of rural living and the practicality and minimalism of urban design.

How to get it.

Modern country design is essentially a blend of rustic and minimalism so stick to natural materials, neutral colors, and clean lines. Choose functional and comfortable furniture and get as much natural light as possible. Plants are a nice addition for natural freshness.

You’ll also want to bring in plenty of texture in wood, stone, and textiles. Go with rough finishes on the wood and stone and visible textures on the fabrics. Antique pieces and reclaimed materials are great as well. The kitchen is a big player in your design so splurge on farmhouse sinks and other rustic design elements.

What about cabinets?

Go with something light, bright, and clean for the modern country kitchen. Choose a neutral color or lighter wood. Shaker cabinets are a clear winner when it comes to modern country aesthetics.

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What is it?

Industrial design is a design style that draws inspiration from the aesthetics and materials commonly found in industrial settings, such as factories, warehouses, and manufacturing plants. This style emerged in the 20th century and has gained popularity for its unique and raw appeal.

Exposed ductwork, beams, and brick walls are common elements of industrial design. Anything somewhat raw and function-focuses finds a home in an industrial style setting.

How to get it.

Large, open spaces with high ceilings are poised to take on an industrial style. Embrace any exposed or raw materials like brick walls, concrete floors, steel or wood beams, and anything that looks well used. Metal should be a featured material in an industrial style and a muted, neutral color palette naturally follows.

Choose furnishings that are utilitarian and sturdy with a minimalistic aesthetic. Leather and wood furnishings in a rustic style are an excellent addition. Vintage can also play well in this style, especially with the lighting. Cage-style fixtures or vintage factory-style lighting make great statement lighting.

What about cabinets?

Grey, especially metallic looking grays are a good choice for cabinets. A simple Shaker style does well also.

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What is it?

Vintage interior design is a style that seeks to recreate the look and feel of past eras, typically from the early 20th century and earlier. This design style is all about capturing the nostalgia and charm of a particular time period and infusing it into a contemporary living space.

How to get it.

Going for antiques, reclaimed, and repurposed items is a best bet for vintage design. You can also use a rich color palette to bring instant mood. Each era of time has a favorite pattern so be sure to use your chosen era’s motif, like opulent florals for the Victorian’s or geometrics for the Roaring 20s.

Minimalism is a more modern approach so vintage generally has more ornate detailing: moldings, carvings, decorative trims, etc. Wallpaper is also a favorite vintage item, especially if it’s got a luxury pattern or has texture. Pick retro appliances and fixtures to add even more flavor to your scheme.

What about cabinets?

Choose cabinets that have more ornate details, richer colors, or have a vintage style. Wood is an especially good choice for a vintage design style.

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