During the reign of King Edward VII of the United Kingdom in the 1900s, also known as the Edwardian era, the Edwardian design style emerged. The style is defined as generally less ornate than the Victorian style and the popularization of the Edwardian style was a breath of fresh air after the gothic heaviness, clutter, and dark colors of Victorian interiors. Edwardian interior design was an absolute contrast to the strict and puritanical Victorian style. The Edwardian interior design style has an eclectic feel to it, and is influenced by the elements of Georgian, Medieval, and Tudor styles.
via Architectural Digest