66 Styles for Interior Design Reference Books
Five (5) Book Volumes

Each Style Fully Explained

Easy to Read

Every Style is written Differently

Easy to use to plan your space

Who needs this book?

Interior Designers

Provides substantial details to establish the design and edit the project.

Interior Decorators

Provides substantial details to establish the design and edit the project.

Building Contractors

Provides substantial details to order materials and select qualified individuals for items installation.

All the building Trades:
( Carpenters, Cabinet Makers, Flooring, Lighting, Dry Wall, Painter, etc.)

Provides substantial details to establish the design and edit the project.

Real Estate Agents

Provides substantial details to sell and/ or remodel the project.

Home Owners - Projects

Provides substantial details to understand the design and edit the project.

Real Estate Investors

Provides substantial details to understand the design and edit the project.

Style Introduction

  • Various interior design styles allow us to describe areas with a cohesive understanding or approach.
  • Design styles can develop during a specific duration or from a relationship for identical textures, colors, and finishes.
  • Comprehending interior design styles allows you to discover what you enjoy and develop areas that express your character.
  • Clever interior designers comprehend the power of color and utilize it thoughtfully to impact how a room makes you sense subtly.
  • The first action in assembling a design that echoes your tastes is to determine precisely what those tastes are.
  • Placing language to your aesthetic tastes and preferences and becoming confident in understanding what you enjoy and don’t like is crucial before you can communicate it outwardly to anyone else.
  • Since interior composition is often noticed as an extension of someone’s character, it should recall your values and appeals in a manner that allows anyone visiting your space to understand you a little better.
  • The appropriate interiors make us satisfied and contribute immensely to a positive mindset.
  • Introduction to Style
  • African Style
  • Arabic Style
  • Art Deco Style
  • Art Nouveau Style
  • Asian Style
  • Baroque Style
  • Beach Style
  • Bohemian Style
  • California Casual Style
  • Chalet Style
  • Chinese Style
  • Coastal Style
  • Coastal
  • Grandmother Style
  • Contemporary Style
  • Cottagecore Style
  • Craftsman Style
  • Creole Style
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  • Introduction to Style
  • Eclectic Style
  • Eco-design Style
  • English Classic Style
  • Farm House Style
  • Feng Shui Style
  • French Country/Provincial Style
  • Functional Style
  • Fusion Style
  • Futurism Style
  • Georgian Style
  • Gothic Style
  • Grandmillennial Style
  • Greek Style
  • High-Tech Style
  • Hollywood
  • Regency/Glam v
  • Home Loft/Attic Style
  • Hygge Style
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  • Introduction to Style
  • Indian Eastern Style
  • Industrial Style
  • Italian Style
  • Japandi Style
  • Japanese Style
  • Maximalist Style
  • Mediterranean Style
  • Memphis Style
  • Mid-Century
  • Modern Style
  • Minimalism Style
  • Modern Style
  • Modern Farm House Style
  • Modern Victorian Style
  • Moroccan Style
  • Nautical Style
  • Neoclassical Style
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  • Introduction to Style
  • Organic Modern Minimalist Style
  • Renaissance Style
  • Rococo Style
  • Rustic Style
  • Scandinavian Style
  • Shabby Chic Style
  • Southwest Style
  • Spanish Style
  • Steampunk Style
  • Traditional Style
  • Transitional Style
  • Tropical Style
  • Tuscan Style
  • Urban Modern Style
  • Vintage Style
  • Wabi Sabi Style
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Volume 1-4: Essential Planning Guide, Fully Explained, Easy To Use (Design Spread Sheet Method)

October 21, 2023 | Boyd F Wichman

Styles List

Volume 1

African – Arabic – Art Deco – Art Nouveau – Asian – Baroque – Beach House – Bohemian – California Casual – Chalet – Chinese – Coastal – Coastal Grandma – Contemporary – CottageCore – Craftsman – Creole

Volume 2

Eclectic – Eco-Design – English Classic – Farm House – Feng Shui – French Country/Provincial – Functional – Fusion – Futurism – Georgian – Gothic – Grandmillennial – Greek – High-Tech – Hollywood Regency/Glam – Home Loft/Attic Style – Hygge

Volume 3

Indian Eastern – Industrial – Italian – Japanese – Maximalist – Mediterranean – Memphis – Mid-Century Modern – Minimalism – Modern – Modern Farm House – Modern Victorian – Moroccan – Nautical – Neoclassical

Volume 4

Organic Modern Minimalist – Renaissance – Rococo – Rustic – Scandinavian – Shabby Chic – Southwest – Spanish – Steampunk – Traditional – Tropical – Tuscan – Urban Modern – Vintage – Wabi Sabi


The Interior Design Process is a rigorous process built on many decisions. Whether the project is new construction or pre-existing, a studio apartment or a grand home, this book of styles will help you. It requires a systematic, orderly, and organized approach. A specific sequencing of events is necessary to get from concept to completion; planning and thinking through many problems in advance, and sizing up one’s needs and spatial constraints to determine the most appropriate and inspired solution are very important skills.

The goal of this book is intended to help with these critical decisions. From day one, every element, from the tiniest detail to the most comprehensive architectural modification, needs to be considered as a whole and managed with informed decision-making. Good oversight and quick thinking as events can get troublesome and hinder your project path. Anyone who takes on a large design project discovers the unexpected complexity of different design elements.

Intertwining decisions will create issues and operational challenges. Even seasoned professionals will agree that much of their work involves troubleshooting and problem-solving, but it can be part of the enjoyment for a design enthusiast. The excitement of seeing a vision filled will trump the numerous issues along the path. The mindset of most people who designed their homes in an ad hoc manner just used a one-step-at-a-time method.

Over a few years, they saved up enough money or gathered enough energy to tackle the next room. Such a piecemeal approach to entering the zone can undoubtedly result in a lovely home. But, a strategic plan is necessary to achieve the level of finish, resolve the issues, and provide the customization that distinguishes this project as a well-executed space. From information gathering to installation, either the homeowner or their design practitioner must follow the professional design process as closely as possible and embrace a professional mindset.

Each style in this book has a detailed list of items needed and the design process to get there. Set a vision in advance. Every detail is interrelated, so having the big picture in mind can help you organize, edit, and proceed through the design process.

That way, you’ll know whether to say yes to a item for the space is appropriate. You cannot look at a job through tunnel vision; everything hinges on something else. It’s like fitting together pieces of a puzzle. Designing a space is a job for someone who relishes bringing order to chaos. Use lists, charts, and spreadsheets to store all these items in a three-ring or digital binders.

Cross-reference every detail. Embrace, troubleshooting as a creative exercise. Even if you have designed a residential entry before, something will always throw you for a loop because the system has a million moving parts. won’t know what you are getting into until you’re in the middle of it. But for professional designers, troubleshooting is an exciting challenge; instead of doing things the same way, over and over again, to avoid problems, most prefer to push themselves to find new solutions to enhance the space.

Part of the challenge and part of the art is figuring out how to create something you’ve never completed. Designers and contractors learn something new on every project because their work entails an ongoing dialogue with vendors and product specialists to help refine their knowledge.

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