Art Deco, Scandinavian, Bohemian, and Mid-Century Modern — styles ideal for home … or home away from home (better known as your dental practice).
The bonus: each can help bring vibrance and showcase the personality of your practice.
Do bold colors, smooth lines, and geometric shapes inspire you? Check out Art Deco design styles.
Art Deco, short for Arts Décoratifs, can be characterized by rich colors, bold geometry, and decadent details. A trend popularized during the roaring 1920s can incorporate glitz, glamour, and bold designs into your dental practice a century later.
Add Art Deco into the dental practice today, with an accent piece, or an entire room. Where to begin?
- Geometric shapes.
- Animal prints.
- Glamorous lighting and fixtures.
- Statement mirrors.
- Abstract ceiling designs.
Luxury styles of the Great Gatsby era are some of the most popular trends today.
Prefer simplicity? Scandinavian designs deliver.
First gaining attention around the 1950s, the Scandinavian interior design style is known for its functionality, minimalism and simplicity. Expect clean cuts, natural shapes and materials, along with a touch of abstraction.
Want to incorporate aspects of Scandinavian design within your practice? It’s simple.
- Warm textiles.
- Combinations of natural materials ( think: wood and metal).
- Neutral colors.
- Fresh plants and flowers.
Scandinavian style advantage for the dental practice: a clutter free workspace. For a minimalist looking to scale back, Scandinavian the ideal match.
Ready to relax your spirit and practice vibe? Bohemian design speaks your language.
“The word ‘bohemian’ refers to someone socially unconventional and often involved in the arts, making it a great interior design option for a rich and heady space full of visual interest and a relaxed spirit.”Decoraid.com
‘Boho’ was founded by free-spirited people in the early 19th century and incorporated many cultures from all over the globe.
Bring on the Bohemian style.
- Simple base.
- A play on patterns.
- Distressed items.
- Bright colors and metallics.
Less is more definitely does not apply to Bohemian design. Looking to make a bright and exuberant practice? Bet on Boho.
Seeking functional and timeless appeal? Incorporate Mid-century Modern design styles at your practice.
In the late 1940s, after the end of WWII, mid-century modern design style evolved. Today it delights with its vintage vibe.
Mid-century modern designs use natural elements like wood beams and brick walls, then tie in a modern twist.
Ready for retro? Lava lamps need not apply.
- Vibrant colors (think: sage, orange, turquoise).
- Modern textiles.
- Vintage window treatments.
- Low-lying furniture.
- Abstract patterns.
Mid-century modern styles appeal with simple, clean and elegant aspects, and unique accents.
Ready to redefine your design? For expert advice, contact the CenterPoint Design team at 1.800.GOBENCO.