With travel halted, for now, I have kind of found my groove with home interior style for the moment. That is until we can bring back sunnier climates and of course my impending move to Spain begins. Which of course, I’m going to share with you. I’ve been thinking about renovations again and different styles and it got me thinking which interior style is the most expensive!
Gothic – £58,000
Gothic style comes out on top as the most expensive interior style. If this is your taste expect renovations to cost a small fortune. If you check out the first products sold on the first few pages of Google you’ll understand where this astronomical figure has come from!
So why is it so expensive to create a Gothic style in your home? As Gothic furniture is mainly made from solid wood it makes the products more expensive. With intricate detail and contour, pieces take longer to produce and require exceptional skill to do so, adding to the premium price.
Rustic – £7,000
The style which comes in second place with the highest cost is Rustic furniture, with an average cost of £7,000. Rustic furniture is often simple in design, the extensive use of expensive wooden materials characterises this style. With heavy and oversized pieces the main characteristics of Rustic living.
Shabby Chic – £5,800
Love it or hate it, Shabby Chic is a style that not only can look expensive…it actually is. With a Shabby Chic style costing just under £6,000 on average. The materials used are often much lighter than both Gothic and Rustic design however the vintage aesthetic makes it one of the more expensive interior design trends for your home.
Industrial – £5,400
Coming in fourth place in terms of renovation costs is Industrial styling which can cost on average around £5,400 to replace your whole home’s furniture. The Industrial interior design style is simple however the juxtaposition of metal alongside coarse materials gives it an edgy look loved by many. This style is synonymous with Manhattan loft apartments and bachelor pads.
Minimalist – £4,500
Think less is more for Minimalism and a Minimalist interior design theme. A Minimalistic home can also mean you end up spending less money on furniture (although sometimes pieces in this style are super expensive, think Kim Kardashian’s home style). It isn’t the most expensive interior style we have covered, you can expect to spend approximately £4,500 to furnish your house in this luxury style.
Bohemian – £4,200
Lover of Boho? Associated with souls who like to be surrounded by heavy patterns and a mix of colours, the Bohemian interior design style is more than a style, it’s a life choice. Luckily for those lovers of Boho, the Bohemian style is the second least expensive style to recreate in your home. This style has an average cost of £4,200 to buy products to decorate your home.
Scandinavian – £3,800
Hygge is in and if you’re a fan of a light airy vibe in your home or if you are on a budget then the Scandinavian style is the perfect one for you. The most cost-effective design style comes in at around £3,800 which will make your home have a Scandi feel to it with functional yet simple pieces that play heavily on leather, wood and hemp which gives a stronger more connected to nature feel.
What is your favourite interior design style? We would love to hear it in the comments section below. Or if you’ve renovated your home let us know your experiences too.
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