From farmhouse to midcentury modern — there's a design style that's right for every home. Learn more about our favorites to discover which styles speak to you.
Learn about the most popular styles in interior design, and discover which one fits your home best.
A rustic style with time-worn furniture, sturdy materials, light color palettes and repurposed accessories, farmhouse is an inviting, comfortable style that's perfect for a large family.
Drawing inspiration from homes in Sweden, Norway and Denmark, Scandinavian designs incorporate light wood finishes and natural lighting. Minimalism and functionality are hallmarks of this sleek style.
Drawing on colors of the sand and sea, coastal is a style as comfortable as a beach vacation. Natural materials like linen and jute are popular in coastal designs.
Vintage farmhouse, industrial modern, or boho chic? Learn more about these 21 hybrid design styles that keep things looking fresh and up-to-date.
Full of texture, color and story, the boho look embraces influences from across the globe and carries a vibe of cool confidence.
Traditional design is rooted in classic, ornate furniture designs nand features well-accessorized rooms with dashes of pattern and color.
A callback to the 1950s and '60s, midcentury modern design focuses on form and function with clean lines, graphic patterns, organic colors and materials that were innovative at the time.
From Art Deco to Victorian, learn about the history and key elements of the most popular home styles.
First popular in the early 20th century, Art Deco incorporates geometric and ornate design details and rich materials like marble and gold leaf intended to convey looks of luxury and glamour.
Industrial interior design highlights the architectural features often found in converted warehouses, such as exposed ductwork and ceiling beams. Furnishings may encorporate sleek lines, salvaged wood and pipework or other metals.
Southwestern style is characterized by earth tones, raw textures and crafted objects. Colorful, handwoven textiles and terra cotta materials feature prominently in this design.
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