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Retro, Minimalism, Scandinavian, Modern – with us you will always find new and trending themes for your image searches. Here we highlight the most relevant home styles from all over the world.
A trip to the countryside with an Alpine look, farm romance and cottage charm. Rustic wooden furniture and natural materials create rural comfort – from the Landchic with Toile de Jouy to the down-to-earth, sometimes sparse rustic style
There are two sides to this style: romantic country with nostalgic accessories, pastel colours and Gustavian furniture. The second is modern, clear lines and pure design with a lot of white and light-coloured wood. Design classics are purist and functional.
This is a trip through the most popular holiday destinations – Italy, Spain, France and Greece. Mediterranean flair is a subtle mix of furniture that is allowed to age gracefully and the art of keeping everything simple. Stone walls, rustic wood, wrought iron, pastel coloured walls and the fragrance of lavender are characteristic.
Straight lines, clear shapes and clever design are typical for contemporary living. Space has clear structure, surfaces are often made of glass or lacquer. Patterns are cubist, ergonomic or restrained. Neutral colours and design elements are accented with bright colours and accessories.
The cult of times past. Design classics from the 20th century, especially the 50’s, 60’s and late 70’s, are a permanent feature of this style. Kidney-shaped tables, shades of mustard, graphic prints and bentwood furniture are back.
Furniture and accessories that have had a previous life and have a story to tell. This is the basis of vintage style. Flea market finds, heirlooms, unique items with all their oddities – time scarred with patina – create the unique charm and attic feeling of this style.
The elegant mix of traditional and timeless design. English furniture, baroque elements, design classics and high quality materials are the main characteristics of this style. Representative, but understated.
Mixing styles is a sophisticated art calling for confident blending of form, colour and eras. Bold contrasts unite myriad cultures. Carefully chosen colour worlds and style genres hold it all together.
The focus is not on furnishing but rather on the outside – the architecture. Particularly eye-catching houses, unusual floor plans, spectacular additions attract the attention. Whether historical or modern, never ordinary.
The motto for this style is "Less is more." Clear shapes, basic materials and subdued colours create this purist look. White spaces and high quality iconic furniture make it all possible.
Like a journey around the world, these rooms show the most beautiful ideas. Souvenirs and inspirations from all countries combine: African ornaments, Balkan folklore, colourful patterns, Asian chic and oriental dreams unite to create a beautiful world of living.
Showing off your true colours is worth it, even in our homes. Bold people completely rely on colourful walls and dazzling-coloured furniture. But also individual colour accents are real eye-catchers and can fill your home with energy. A fruitful colour concept unites different styles and creates a harmonious atmosphere.
Living in harmony with nature is good for wellbeing. Natural materials such as wood, stone or linen and colours like sand, pebble grey and moss green bring special comfort. Furniture can age with dignity or be given a new lease of life thanks to recycling.
Great ideas for small rooms: the art is to make sure that space is used as efficiently as possible. Tiny houses and apartments, small rooms, niches and slopes are a challenge to be mastered with good planning, creativity and space saving ideas.
The sense of living here is chic and simple. Clear lines and strong shapes meet dark accents, raw materials and design classics. Just as important as good quality is the history of the pieces and trophies such as a special work of art or a certain kind of whimsy.
Whether urban or rural, simple or grand, inside or outside – these apartments, houses, gardens and decoration ideas all come from Germany.
Soft touches can turn a home into a romantic, pastel dream. Lace, embellishments, nostalgia and small flowers fit nicely with bright colours, modern shapes and Shabby Chic style.
For ocean feel off-the-coast, maritime accessories let a fresh breeze blow. White sand colours, aqua tones and a strong red are the classic colours often combined with a striped look. Baskets, untreated wood or white varnished furniture decorated with shells create the look.
Goodbye small flat – hello family home and co-existence. Sometimes it´s chaotic, sometimes everything is neat and tidy. The children’s corner can stand out brightly coloured or integrate discreetly in the style of the rest of the house.
A real charm offensive in which furniture with patina could tell a story from grandmother’s time. The traces of time such as flaked paint and scratches in the surface meet romantic frills, nostalgic accessories and pastel colours with lots of white. In addition: untreated, coarse wood and textiles with old patterns.
Industrial style brings a factory aesthetic home. It´s a bit rough and cool but at the same time always individual and artistic. The workshop look lives on in concrete, metal, untreated wood and leather with genuine originals such as a building light, workbench or metal locker.
The home remains always in motion when rooms with sliding and partition walls are flexibly divided, convertible furniture changes its function and a room loses its classical layout. Old houses get a modern extension, with a scaffold a mezzanine floor is created, and a workshop becomes a living room.
A visit to artists is always an adventure because their home and workshop can be a store of wonderful curiosities. There is a lot to discover besides paintings and sculptures; the colours, shapes and a certain chaos turn the whole room into a work of art.