A theme will be a consistent idea that is utilized throughout the room to develop a feel of completeness. Styles should not be confused with designing concepts, or higher-level parties, that include a fuller understanding of architectural context, or the socio-cultural and programmatic needs of a client. The themes oftentimes follow styles of a certain period. Instances include: Art Deco, Gothic, Indian Mughal, Minimalist, English Georgian, Mid-Century Modern, Feng Shui, International, Victorian, Islamic, Louis XV, Louis XVI and a lot more.
Know your personal style – Some of us prefer simple and functional furniture that serve its purpose but doesn’t stand out. Others prefer lavish and cluttered styles with bespoke furniture. Everyone has their likes and dislikes, so keep your dining room consistent with the rest of your house in terms of style.
Glamour interior design is the opposite of minimalism. It is richness and abundance of accessories. It draws from many sources and eras, such as art deco, baroque, gothic style, eclectic style, and many more. It can be traditional or modern. The simple question of how to paint walls is not so simple anymore when you have decided on glamour style. Consider wallpaper with ornamental or shiny pattern on at least one wall in the room. Damask patterns work great on the walls.
Gesture Control is a part of recent high-tech innovation that allows you to have a super power. Interior designers hold the power to establish a digital environment without moving physically. Point your finger to any part of your home, it will respond. You can control everything surrounding you just by a simple gesture with your finger. This technology works by creating a transparent space around you, which is completely touch-friendly. Advanced technology is readily available for clients which are not far from reality and allows them to have interactive walls to work and communicate.
Louis XIV – In the middle of the 17th century, the king of France, Louis XIV, favoured a very grand style of interior. Furniture was heavy and finishings were fussy. Gilding was everywhere – on doors, furniture, mouldings – and yet more decoration was added with boule marquetry on furniture, (using tortoiseshell and brass) and detailed paintings on ceilings.
A motorsport style exterior would not go very well with a luxury interior and the converse is also true, a motorsport interior would look out of place on a luxury car. A wide variety of gauge styles are available from chrome and polished housing to carbon fibre and even complete digital dashboards which look fantastic at night look the business. Even aircraft style heads up displays projected onto the windscreen are possible.