The UK’s Top 5 Dream Interior Styles Revealed – House Beautiful

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Home Beautiful/Mel Yates

Spend hours daydreaming about your ideal home, or strategising how you’ll tackle your next decorating project ? Turns out, you’re not alone – Brits up and down the country have well-defined tastes when it comes to their space and already know exactly what style they’d pick if decorating their dream interior.

As part of a new campaign looking into Britain’s desire home, UK Radiators commissioned a survey that asked people what style they would decorate their own dream house with. The results are in…

The UK’s Top Five Favourite Interior Styles:

  1. Farmhouse – 14 per cent
  2. Contemporary – 14 per cent
  3. Minimalist — 13 for each cent
  4. Mid-century Modern : six per cent
  5. Scandi – six %

Keep reading to get the lowdown on each of these distinct interior aesthetics.

• Farmhouse Home Style

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Plankbridge Shepherd’s Hut (The Snug), Plankbridge

Plankbridge Sheperd’s Huts

Reminiscent of rural country cottages , the farmhouse style is all about natural materials – wood, stone, plus glass. It also incorporates a palette of neutral tones, such as earthy shades, creams and white, for a simple, pared-back feel. Choose furniture crafted from solid wood plus traditionally-inspired soft furnishings made from linen or cotton. In general, aim for the look that has that understated rustic really feel, and try out décor that mimics items found in traditional cottages, such as milk churns or jugs.

• Modern Home Design

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When it comes to contemporary interiors, bold lines and shapes are key to catching the eye and making a strong visual statement. ‘Opt for cohesive colour schemes , like navy, black, and gold, or blush pink, beige, and white and stick to it as much as possible, ‘ suggests Amber Dines, interiors expert at UK Radiators. But keep depth and interest by choosing furniture plus décor that will varies in texture and shape. Statement furniture that matches the colour palette of your interior is key in order to keeping the particular look strong.

• Minimalist Home Style

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House Beautiful/Mark Scott

Minimalist interiors are an evergreen inside trend, never ceasing to drop in popularity over the years. As much a way of life as a way associated with decorating your own home, avoid clutter at all costs and focus on high-quality furnishings with organic shapes plus sleek, clean lines. A minimalist internal doesn’t mean strictly monochrome, but sticking to a limited colour palette is key, with the use of whites and neutrals typical of this aesthetic. In a minimalist home, there’s a place with regard to everything and everything should be in its place.

• Mid-Century Modern Home Style

rockett st george, mid century natural oak sideboard

Taking inspiration through the designs that arose and became synonymous with the 1940s –1960s, mid-century modern furniture is a pleasing combination of sleek plus organic shapes. It often features both curves and straight lines, tapered detail, and rounded corners. ‘Geometric shapes, warm wood shades, and vintage-style furniture work with this style perfectly, ‘ Amber adds.

• Scandi House Style

Utility plus comfort both have their place in Scandinavian design. Minimalist to an extent (at least in the colour scheme and components utilised), homes decorated in a Scandinavian-inspired way feature smooth hues, tactile textures and natural materials to create an environment that will feels functional yet laidback. Think sheepskin cushions, sturdy wooden dining tables , and pared-back wall colours.

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