In-home aesthetics decorating or renovating your home can be quite a task. It is important to have a clear idea and plan of what you want because your home is a place where you spend most of your time. What is also important is to have all the elements that you need. It should be comfortable, safe and should have a positive vibe for you to be able to relax and enjoy.
When thinking of redecorating, I feel it is most important to have an idea of what you want your home to look like. What vibe do you want for it, what color theme you’d like, and most importantly what is your style or liking. For eg., Some people like to have a cozy, comfortable bohemian vibe while some might like to have a more luxurious finish to their house. Whatever your style, it is important to have an idea and a few pictures that can help you with the reference. It can also help you communicate the idea you have with the interior decorator.
So if you are thinking of redecorating or are moving to a new place, we have the perfect inspiration for you. You can choose from them and build your perfect home aesthetics! There are obviously many styles that are floating on the internet but we have chosen a few of the most trending home aesthetics that will give you the perfect vibe for your abode!
Defined by chic and classy styles, this home aesthetic is extremely classy and also minimalist. This aesthetic design is characterized by clean surroundings, sharp lines, and crisp interiors. The use of metals, glass, and steel is done for designing giving it a very classy and luxurious feel. The key element is simplicity in everything. The color choices, furniture even the cutlery are extremely elegant and minimal. The overall style oozes the chic factor and sleekness.
Mid-century modern- This style takes a lot of elements of the mid-century i.e. 1900s. Characterized by pared-down forms, natural or organic shapes such as “egg-shaped” chairs, easy-to-use contemporary designs, and simple fabrications.
There is a soft transition from the interior to the exterior and has a strong sense of nostalgia attached to the 1950s-60s.
Scandinavian- This style derives its roots from the simplicity that the people living in the Nordic countries have in their lifestyle. There are some interesting lines coupled with a white color palette, natural fiber throws and rugs, and soft sculptural designs. The use of bright colors is mostly done in works of art. The overall aesthetic is calm, simple, and understated.
Bohemian- Capturing the carefree and adventurous spirit of a wanderer. Rich patterns with vibrant themes with the use of lots of bold colors. The key is to carefully present a purposefully “messy” look. Boho mixed with prints, patterns, wildlife inspired prints!