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Interior Design Ideas

Complete your home with the latest Canadian furniture and accessories using these on-trend interior design styles:


Contemporary design is timeless and ever-evolving. It incorporates minimalism, open concept, a mix of curved and straight lines, and neutral shades like black, white, gray and tan. It’s also important to pay special attention to the lighting, i.e. windowed walls for natural lighting or layered lighting, like task or track lights.

Create visual interest to the space by adding textures like glasses and metals or accent colours of a pure and saturated tone.


This style is most suitable for those who aren’t sure whether they are leaning towards traditional or contemporary.

When decorating, you may consider a farmhouse style which has a transitional feel, with neutral and soothing colours. Incorporating textiles like corduroy, cotton, chenille and suede adds texture, and creates accents and interest without it being an overwhelming or visually distracting space.

Mid-Century Modern

You may instantly think of the show, “Mad Men” when you hear ‘mid-century modern’. But it is much more than that.

It is uniquely identified by the skinny peg legs on dressers and tables, juxtaposing sleek lines with organic shapes, and the use of new materials and methods to reimagine traditional pieces. The ability to balance retro-chic without it looking outdated is why mid-century modern décor has become a popular choice over the years.


Achieve a minimal and streamlined look, with a focus on simplicity and functionality.

Neutral colours, lots of lighting, natural woods and white floors best represent the overall feel of a Scandinavian style interior. Furniture is usually functional, offering storage options wherever possible. The addition of accent pieces with textures like sheepskin and linen creates a distinctive balance of minimalism and coziness.

Modern Farmhouse

Modern farmhouse style interior design rising trend is rustic yet chic, and refined yet functional. However, its main features are minimalism and open spaces - much like contemporary design.

The juxtaposition of blacks and white, exposed legs and shelves, and textures such as metals, glass and exposed wood are commonly seen in this rising trend. To break up the stark colours, you’ll see softer tones in the accents around the home, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere.


Behind decorative finishes, colours or facades lies the ever-exposed industrial décor style. There is nothing soft and intimate about this design, as it is raw, edgy, and a little rough around the edges.

More homeowners are welcoming industrial design homes by opting for hard lofts or warehouse-style spaces. The main details you will find are exposed beams, pipes, concrete, bare walls and rough ceilings. White minimalistic design warms up these streamlined spaces with textures like wool or linen.