Hampton Style.
Hampton-style interiors evoke the sun-drenched sandy beaches and the endless azure ocean. Therefore, the palette is based on whites, beiges, blues, grays, turquoise and navy blue. This style is a mix of elements taken from different styles such as modern, classic, english, rustic, traditional or art deco. The essence of the aesthetics of hampton are natural materials such as wood, stone, linen, cotton. We can find there as well some indoor plants, white wooden shutters, large glass pendant lights or marine elements.
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Bohemian Style.
Boho style is a mix of hippy slackness and 1960s design with ethnic, ecological elements, folk motifs and the artistic nonchalance of Parisian Bohemia.The boho style was called the Ethno style years ago and referred to the folk culture of Africa, Australia and South America. It was an extremely diverse, surprising and very colourful style. Currently, this style is dominated by earth tones and natural colours, as well as natural materials such as wood, wicker, bamboo, linen, wool and clay.
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Modern Style.
The basic premise of Modern style is  simplicity. It was born mainly out of rebellion and fatigue with richly decorated interiors. Modern style enthusiasts were looking for simpler and more functional solutions.The most important distinguishing feature of a Modern style are open spaces. With the demolition of walls, the boundaries between individual rooms disappear and functional zones are created that connect several interiors. In the arrangement of a modern interior, the leading colour is neutral white and colours from the basic colour palette, such as gray or beige but this style also does not shy away from colour - a monochrome arrangement is sometimes broken by a single detail of a distinctive colour, e.g. yellow, red or blue.The materials commonly used in the modern style are glass, metal, vinyl as well as natural materials: wood, ceramics and stone.
Victorian Style.
 The name of the Victorian style in architecture comes from the middle years of 19th century when Queen Victoria has been crowned as a queen of United Kingdom and  society began to change. Mass production meant more goods were available to buy. The newly emerging middle classes took immense pride in their homes which they saw as a reflection of status. For most Victorian households, having lots of decorative items was considered as sign of good taste. The interiors gained a cluttered, busy look full of rich fabrics and decoration. The Victorian style was an eclectic mixture of styles such as; classic, exotic (Chinese, Indian)Gothic or Rococo. They were characterized by excessive ornamentation, plump, heavily upholstered furniture, highly patterned fabrics and wallpaper, presence of flowers, the plants natural but very often artificial as well.
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