Five distinct décor styles
Knowing and understanding how different décor styles work to create a ‘look’ is really important when buying furniture and homewares. Today, we dive into the five distinct home styling trends for Central Coast living. Special thanks go to LuxeHome.Shop for sharing their expertise.
Inspired by the beauty of the Australian coastline, LuxeHome.Shop has curated a catalog of Hamptons furniture and décor that stay true to the core design principles inspired by the group of villages called The Hamptons on Long Island, New York; which has come to represent elegant and relaxed coastal living. Living in beautiful Killcare this style is especially special to us as we can draw so much parallel between the retreats of these coastal havens from the stifling metropolis of New York and the sanctity of our easy/carefree coastal villages and their proximity to the metropolis of Sydney. People come here to escape the hustle and bustle of big city living and this décor style allows them to easily slip into a sense of relaxed but sophisticated comfort.
Emerging in the 1950s alongside the Modernist movement in Europe and America, the style prioritized democratic, affordable, and sleek furnishings and interiors. LuxeHome.Shop has embraced this iconic design style and has assembled an enviable collection of pieces that reflect the clean lines, functional furnishings, and a neutral palette that are the hallmarks of Scandinavian Modern design and that have become so popular in homes throughout Australia
The French Provincial style emerged from a rustic take on furnishings that were popular with the 18th-century courts of Kings Louis the XIII, XVI, XV and XIV. The goal in a French provincial design is to create an interior that is rustic and yet chic.
Many design purists will argue Hamptons design had its influence from French Country and we at LuxeHome.Shop will not argue with that. This is a style that has been around for centuries with its warm, eclectic tones and we fully embrace it with our curated design catalogue.
It’s about proudly displaying the building materials that many try to conceal. It’s about adding a raw, unfinished look to the most thoughtfully designed homes. It’s about selecting pieces that are as much about function as style. The result: a “warehouse look” that combines a true industrial feel with a range of other styles, from the earthy to the polished. With our curated range of designer furniture and décor, we completely embrace this very popular décor style at LuxeHome.Shop.
Inspired by the glamour of yesteryear Hollywood – think Casa Blanca, Gone With The Wind, and other classics that have stood the test of time so too has this style of décor that had its beginnings in the 1930s during the golden age of Hollywood. Among this glamorous range is a collection that hails all the way from Europe and new to Australian shores. This highend range is sure to turn any home into one reminiscent of the glamour and ritz associated with its namesake “Hollywood”.