How many of us browse furniture magazines, browse websites and sift through interior design blogs? Many, but when it comes to getting into practice and decorating our homes, the problems begin. What do we like about those photos? How many things on the walls of those beautiful interiors would we put in the house too?

Taking inspiration is useful and necessary, but recreating some atmospheres is not easy. Furniture is a personal and unique choice, but if you don’t have the right foundation it can become overwhelming and turn into a real nightmare. That’s why we have decided to offer you a sort of basic guide to identify which style of furniture suits you the most.

The lesson begins!


A completely personal style, where the individual is the absolute protagonist of the home. Space for the free expression of personality, with unconventional choices, a reckless one of colors. Personal style and aesthetics in a boho-chic home have no brakes and can express themselves at their best.

In this case, elegance is in the eye of the beholder!


Contemporary style is based on the concept of the present: here and now. A style that is neither warm nor minimalist, it just is. In this case, neutral, clean design elements with smooth surfaces and elegant lines are preferred.



A coastal style of furniture that embodies everything we love about being on a beach holiday, between sun, surf and sand. A comfortable and inviting style that aims to put people at ease with a genuine and fresh charm.


The cottage style is cozy and charming, like in a fairytale. Those who love this style prefer to focus on simple objects, used until exhaustion, which recall the past. For those who dream of a house in the countryside and a return to essential things.



Elegance and simplicity in a style that has depopulated in recent years. An aesthetic that recalls the houses of a dream past, with rustic finishes and refined details cleverly combined with each other.



As with Boho-chic, the eclectic style embraces freedom of expression, loves to break the rules and mix contrasting elements.

The eclectic style of furniture more than any other combines fragments of many styles and combines them together in a space that must simply satisfy those who live there.

And if the guests don’t like it, never mind!


Imagine the classic New York loft of the trendiest TV series. Done? Here, that’s the industrial style of furniture.

There is no shortage of rigid structures, environments with shades of gray and second-hand elements, yet it has a touch of elegance and vitality. Exposed bricks, sofas in black leather, steel and large bright windows: the industrial is served.


A style of furniture that goes beyond the modern. In the past, the minimalist style was among the great trends in furniture, but then the desire for welcoming environments returned thanks to design elements that were not necessarily linear.

Perfect for those who love order and want to avoid the emergence of the superfluous at all costs; less suitable for those who love warm and enveloping environments.


A style of furniture perfect for those who embrace a lifestyle dedicated to returning to the roots and to the earth. A rustic style house has a great past behind it, or at least it wants to give this impression.

There is no shortage of handmade items, recycled and deteriorated in a natural way by time.


Here we are. The Swedish furniture style, mostly known as Scandinavian, has a warm and cheerful core, but maintains clean lines and favors light background tones.

The elements combine effortlessly with each other with continuity and everything has a very easy mood, like a young hipster couple!


Shabby Chic style. Old pickled furniture, neutral tones and floral fabrics, with bright rooms and references to the French countryside. A casual and sober look, discreet but at the same time warm and welcoming.

Nostalgic accessories such as cups, checks and textiles are indispensable; lines that are too hard or bulky geometries are prohibited.


Born in colonial times, the traditional-style furnishings are inspired by that era, but comfort and warmth have top priority.

The furniture has fairly classic lines, but is also inspired by the styles of the English colonists’ country houses.


Vintage style is as broad as the term itself. Everything can now be vintage, so it is difficult to establish exactly which furniture and objects really belong to this style. On the other hand, to make things easier, all those elements that have survived time and come from a particular era can be considered vintage.


If you found the article interesting, leave a comment with your considerations on it.

Finally, if you need personalized advice for choosing the style of furniture that best suits your needs, send an email to valeriadesign@casaomnia.it! What are you waiting for? Take a trip to our CasaOmnia.it portal and discover the furniture items suitable for your style!

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