Homes in places like America, Canada, Czech Republic, Russia, England, etc. tend to have an eclectic, international interior design style. However, some countries are rich in culture and let that shine through in their homes. While it would be impossible to go through every culture, we have provided a variety of examples of interior design in homes around the world.
Scandinavian interior design is a pure and modern style. White takes over most surfaces with pops of grey, black, and color. The furniture is typically modern and comfortable with decor that is rustic and personal.
Moroccan interiors are typically dark, with deep and rich colors. Warm colors like red, yellow, and orange are typically featured in a dark tan or brown room. The ornamentation consists of arches with straight sides and a rounded top.
Interior design in Japan plays off natural light, consisting of lots of paper screens and light surfaces. The lines of this style are extremely straight and typically perpendicular though a few irregular straight can occur in moderation. This style is clean cut and modern.
South African interiors are strongly tethered to their roots. The colors in the home resemble that of nature and don’t typically venture into bright, artificial colors. Also incorporated in the homes are visuals of animals, birds, and plants. This style is a classic mix of modern elements and traditional furniture.