Decoration styles, one by one

We talk a lot about decorating styles here. Each time we approach one of them, we explain what it is about and what its main characteristics are. However, it is good to gather everyone in the same post so you can use it as a reference when defining a decoration style.

Minimalism: The minimalism is characterized by the extreme simplicity of its forms, spacious and stripped environments, pure lines, basic geometric shapes and neutral colors, seeking balance and harmony from the minimum expression.

Decoration styles, one by one

Zen: The Zen style seeks harmony and balance through simplicity; few objects, natural materials and presence of aromas, something typical of the Zen style. Zen uses light colors and neutral tones. The furniture within the Zen style should follow the maximum simplicity in its lines. Low furniture, with straight lines that invite order and, for the most part, preserve the color of natural wood.

Loft: The adaptation of industrial premises for housing, taking advantage of its basic structure, formed a new style. It is cold, of clean and hard surfaces, solid colors, without apparent warmth. Metal, plastic and rubber are used. Pure geometric forms and very sharp angles. It's a calm and neutral style. The empty space is the most important element.

Oriental: Based on an exotic and personal interpretation of this millenary culture, with the simplicity that its wisdom and philosophy provide. Colors, objects, murals and ornaments that refer at all times (or copy) their aesthetics and customs. Contrast of textures (stone, wood, paper), mystical objects (fountains, candles, incenses) and the presence of nature (stones, water, flowers) in a total balance, proposed from the concept of yin and yang as balance of energies