10 Interior Design Styles & Their Perfect Shade Pairing
There are two things interior design styles and Redi Shade’s Artisan Custom line have in common; endless varieties and a perfect fit for everyone. Whether you want sleek and modern or something with a vintage feel, you can customize your space and shades to fit your personal style. Learn more about these 10 popular interior design styles and how to pair them with Artisan Custom shades.
This design style draws from mid-1900’s influences with rich, warm colors, sleek design and use of textures like wood and leather. To complement a Mid Century Modern room, try our Woven fabric in Mocha. The rich color and texture offset smooth leather and echo wood grain, fitting seamlessly into this style.
The Farmhouse style is characterized by natural materials, reclaimed wood, greenery and a warm and welcoming vibe. To keep with this mood, check out the Classic Light Filtering fabric in Linen. The soft spunlace will not compete with the various textures used in the Farmhouse style and the Linen color will beautifully complement natural textiles like burlap, wicker, and (of course) Linen.
If you gravitate towards an eclectic style with mixed textures, colors, and patterns, the Bohemian style could be for you. By layering found objects, cross-cultural patterns, varying fabrics and mixed metals you can achieve this dynamic look. You could go many directions with your window coverings for this style since every room has a different look, but we think a great pairing for many Bohemian rooms would be the Bamboo fabric in Winter Beach. The organic texture layers well with other materials and the warm neutral with a touch of green would tie in any house plants or greenery you choose to incorporate.
With streamlined design and cool, neutral color palettes, the Minimalist style is perfect for anyone who is looking for a clean and tranquil space. This style also puts focus on sensible functionality and dual-purpose pieces. For a shade with style and functionality, we recommend our Day/Night shades in Translucent White and Room Darkening Smoke. These shades allow for two fabrics with different opacities to fit any time of day or year and the pairing of White and Smoke complements any cool-toned color palette, especially the incorporation of stainless steel.
For those who live by the ocean or those who wished they did, the Coastal design style is a way to bring the spirit of the beach indoors. Use bright whites paired with blue and green tones alongside weathered wood to achieve this seafaring style. Our Single Cell shades in Seaglass is a natural fit for this space with its beachy blue that softly filters light, allowing for privacy while still keeping the room light and bright.
Looking for a style that blends everything on trend in to one aesthetic? You may be drawn to Contemporary. This style is ever changing but all and all presents a modern look. Contemporary homes now feature clean lines, mixed materials, and on-trend accent pieces like patterned rugs and chairs. A perfect match for this look would be the Bamboo fabric in Gray Mirage. With a silver headrail and modern texture, this cool gray shade meshes well with the Contemporary look.
The Traditional design style offers a warm and familiar feel with classically designed furniture, luxe textiles and styled decor. A Traditional look can be achieved with curved lines and ornate accessories. To pair with this style, we recommend our Single Cell fabric in Mist. The quality spunlace will complement other fabrics in the room and the soft off-white will blend with but not draw attention from richer color palettes.
An Industrial style features raw elements like concrete, exposed beams, and unfinished wood that can go well with cooler color palettes and masculine accents. This is an up and coming style perfect for city lofts and renovated industrial space. By pairing with our Classic Room Darkening shades in Tavern Gray, not only do the shades fit seamlessly with the style but the added insulation layer can warm up cold spaces.
9. Shabby Chic
Pulling inspiration from vintage pieces and thrifted finds, Shabby Chic features delicate florals, feminine color palettes and ornate decor. With cream or white as the room’s base color, the Shabby Chic style can be an opportunity to bring in a soft accent color. For this room we would style it with our Double Cell fabric in Cherry Blossom but we offer other pastels like Lavender, Aqua, Mint, and Lemon Chiffon to pair with any floral or inspiration piece. On top of introducing a soft pastel accent to the space, the Double Cell fabric offers added insulation and light filtration that can protect vintage furniture and fabrics.
Scandinavian interior design style pulls inspiration from the Scandinavian countries with bright, white color palettes, warm and cozy textiles, and a simplistic sensibility. To hit those notes, we would style a Scandinavian home with our Textured fabric in Snow. The bright white color fits in perfectly and the soft texture pairs naturally with chunky knits, plush furniture textiles, and comfy rugs.
Having a living space that suits your personal style and serves as a place of inspiration can be transformative. Once you find your style, continue to pull together items that makes it feel more and more like you. The Artisan Custom shade line from Redi Shade offers 55 colors, 8 fabrics, 3 lift methods and hundreds of combinations to fit every design style and everywhere in between. Shop the collection!
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