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4 Timeless Home Styles that You Can Consider

4 interior designers share a list of interior styles that stood the test of time

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Photography: Bethany Nauert (Main Photo)

Still can't finalize the style that you want to achieve for your space? In this special feature, four interior designers share interior styles that will surely give your home a classic appeal. They also share a couple of insights on why each style remain well-loved through the years.

Mid-Century Modern

"This design has been in existence since early mid-20th century and I can still see it all around us now. From architecture and graphic design to furniture piecesall of the developments during that particular era still contribute to a timeless interior to date."— Interior designer Carmen Lim-Regala

Photo by Bethany Nauert.

Traditional

“I have always loved the traditional style for the interior look of any home. It is the fusion of both classic and contemporary interior design and makes use of classic interior elements but with an updated and modern twist to them. The traditional look will never go out of style because it will always incorporate elements that are classic or timeless.”— Interior designer Cristine Margaux Legasca

Photo by Miguel Nacianceno.

Regional

“There is something authentic and natural when I see interiors created based on one's sense and pride of place. Interior spaces marked by a creative and artistic way of displaying the unique identity of the user or the use of materials and resources from the same region are beautiful. Authenticity will never go out of style.”— Interior designer Hannah Acab-Faustino

Photo by Ocs Alvarez/ACME Visual Productions

Eclectic

"Western eclectic interiors for me never goes out of style because it can represent different cultures, periods, and yet they don't look heavy because their lines are unobtrusive. It's also easier to mix and match furniture and accessories.”— Interior designer Kathleen Obcemea

Photo by Ocs Alvarez/ACME Visual Productions.

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