Indianapolis homes are the most beautiful in the United States
Indianapolis is officially the city with the most beautiful interiors in the United States, according to a recent study*. The research studied the average number of Instagram likes on 238,285 posts related to the interior before crowning Indiana’s capital as the most beautiful in the country.
With an average of 3,836 likes per post, Indianapolis passed Knoxville, Tennessee (in second place) and Beverly Hills, Calif. — which also made the top three. The city is a treasure trove of modern decorating ideas that deserve to be replicated on both sides of the Atlantic, but where to start?
Here, Indianapolis-based designers share what defines the city’s style and what its quintessential style means to them.
Indianapolis – the city with the most beautiful interiors in the United States
The study of *Angi suggest you take note of this Midwestern state capital, this designer home My Little Bag label the “Crossroads of America”. Indianapolis-based interior designers are at the perfect juncture to receive inspiration from across the country,” they say. “And those inner brains are creating some of the most amazing projects across America’s heartland.”
Many of the city’s design movements are defined by bohemian and balanced accents painting ideas – below are our favorites.
1. Turn comfort pieces into a stylish statement
‘A interior design trend I see my customers in Indianapolis turning to casual elegance. Here in the Midwest, we want a mix of comfort and style,” says Rebekah Clark, designer at Clark Team Designs. A trend towards shabby chic and bohemian inspired elements (like pillows, throws and rugs).
In her client’s Indianapolis home (above), Rebekah uses pillows to incorporate texture into the wooden corner of a room. While these accessories are there for comfort, they also help soften the acoustics of the space.
2. Accentuate architectural features
“Architectural features mixed with architectural elements (like brick walls and wallpaper) have been a staple for my clients,” says Rebekah.
The designer suggests that bohemian-inspired accents are a staple of Midwestern design, mostly seen through light fixtures.
3. Prioritize the small details
In his discussion with Decorilla, Heidi Woodman of I Love Haus explains that design in Indianapolis comes down to tiny details, including color theory and texture. These elements are the key to a “flawless” design that looks coordinated and always well created.
Are you inspired by Indy interiors? We expect this city to dominate the design map for many years to come.