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What’s your interior design style?

Discover what home furnishings are perfect fits for your preferences and lifestyle. This two-minute quiz is going to give you all the direction you need to make the big, bold interior design decisions you’ve been putting off...

Quiz Questions

  • 1.
    Which bedroom makes you swoon?
    • A.
      Minimalist with a few eye-catching accents!
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    • B.
      Pastel tones and a luxe chandelier? Yes, please... 
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    • C.
      Nature-inspired décor in warm, earthy tones.
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    • D.
      Contemporary with a mid-century twist.
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  • 2.
    From 1-10, rank your interior design expertise...
    • A.
      1-4 — I’m starting with a blank slate. I know little to no interior design lingo, which makes describing my tastes and preferences a little tricky. 
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    • B.
      5-7 — I’ve got a strong sense of what décor suits my space. Picking new pieces isn’t the problem... But arranging them in a complementary design is a bit complicated.
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    • C.
      8-10 — I’ve got professional level know-how. Friends and family come to me for input on how they should style their interiors. From bohemian to mid-century, I know it all.
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  • 3.
    Which tune is most likely to get stuck in your head?
    • A.
      Anything and everything by Bon Iver...
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    • B.
      "I Want to Hold Your Hand" by The Beatles
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    • C.
      "Rain on Me" by Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande
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    • D.
      "Haven't Met You Yet" by Michael Bublé
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  • 4.
    Pick some accents for your coffee table...
    • A.
      A retro trey, up-cycled candle holder, and eye-catching books.
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    • B.
      A bouquet, a couple magazines, and my coffee... Obviously.
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    • C.
      Plants, plants, and more plants!
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    • D.
      A bowl for my keys and a couple books I'm ACTUALLY reading...
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  • 5.
    Have you ever considered working with an interior designer?
    • A.
      Nope — I'm more of a DIY kind of person...
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    • B.
      I've given it some thought but have yet to take the plunge.
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    • C.
      Yes, I've worked with one in the past. It was a helpful experience, and I'd give it another go.
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    • D.
      Yes — but it wasn't my cup of tea. Maybe if I found the right decorator I'd give it another shot.
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  • 6.
    How do you want your home to feel?
    • A.
      Luxurious... I'm talking faux fur pillows and gold hardware!
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    • B.
      Streamlined. Like everything has a place and function. No clutter for me!
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    • C.
      Exciting. I want visitors to feel like my décor has a story... 
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    • D.
      Cool... A mix of contemporary and retro pieces to keep things interesting.
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  • 7.
    Which emoji best sums up how you feel about your current home furnishings?
    • A.
      🥵 — My décor is a bit of a hot mess. There's so much clutter, but I just don't know what to get rid of... Plus my favourite pieces don't compliment one another.
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    • B.
      🤔 — So-so. My home is comfortable, but it could definitely use a little sprucing up. Something small as a couple new wall-hangings could make a big difference.   
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    • C.
      🥰 — I'm in love with my current furnishings! I've really struck a balance between substance and style. Couldn't imagine it being much better.
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  • 8.
    Which dining room lights you up?
    • A.
      Artisan hanging lights and a rustic centrepiece ✨
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    • B.
      Lots of light, uplifting colours and a statement wall-hanging!
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    • C.
      Sleek and spacious with enough elbow room to suit all my guests...
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    • D.
      A cohesive design that includes contemporary and retro pieces.
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  • 9.
    Describe your personal style, what sets you apart?
    • A.
      My unique taste in everything from fashion to home furnishings. I shop vintage, so most of what I own is one of a kind.
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    • B.
      I’m minimal to the max! My sleek style makes me stand out from the crowd.
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    • C.
      I bring a little glitter wherever I go. People can’t help but steal a glance at my luxurious looks.
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    • D.
      My ability to balance two distinct styles. I’m great *if I do say so* at pairing pieces that no one else could see going together.
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Quiz Outcomes

  • 1.
    Your interior design style is... Modern 
    Your style is all about simplicity, friend ! You've mastered the art of fuss-free ease — faux fur pillows and floral throws just aren't your thing. You prefer neutral materials, earthy tones, and streamlined silhouettes...For you, everything should serve a purpose. You’d pass up a decorative wall-hanging for a utilitarian coat rack in a heartbeat. And knick-knacks have no place in your home.When redecorating, create visual interest by incorporating a variety of textures. For example, if you have a sleek leather couch, add warmth with a wool blanket in a neutral shade.“The best rooms have something to say about the people who live in them." — David HicksTips to help you overcome interior design decision fatigue? Read on…If picking a new piece of furniture feels like a whirlpool of stress and self-doubt, you’re not alone, friend. Investing in a sofa or a statement coffee table, is a big commitment.You might be worrying…… What if I spend all this money then get tired of my new furniture two-months later… What if it clashes with my current décor… Or what if my soon-to-be dinner guests thinks it’s too understated or over the topOn top of that, you’ve got a sea of options to choose from. No wonder redecorating feels a little overwhelming.But luckily there are steps you can take to make it a whole lot easier. The first being...1. Set the MoodBegin narrowing down your search for the perfect piece of furniture by deciding on a mood for the room you're decorating. Ask yourself how you want to feel when you walk in. Maybe you’re after a cozy, comfy living room. Or a calming, relaxing bedroom...Collect interior design inspiration that aligns with whatever vibe you're after. You’ll still have an array of options, but you’ll be able to make the final decision with more confidence knowing it suits your aesthetic.2. Start With a StatementIf you’re decorating a home from scratch, an easy step is to pick a focal point piece of furniture for each room. For a kitchen, maybe you want an eye-catching marble island...Whatever it is, make sure you genuinely love it. Your focal point should put a smile on your face because odds are you're going to be looking at it a lot. Pick the rest of your décor to compliment that one statement piece. This'll help you overcome any interior design indecision you may be facing.3. Experiment with Color and TextureColor and texture can transform how you feel. It’s science, friend. Each shade has a unique psychological affect. For example, yellow is energizing and works best in kitchens and bathrooms. And blue is calming, which makes it a great pick for bedrooms.If you want to be bold, try pairing two colors across from one another on the color wheel, like green and purple or orange and blue.Texture can also add a lot to a room. If you’re going for a warm, inviting vibe, pick soft fabrics like velvet or suede. If you want something more glamorous try upholstery with a metallic sheen."Who’s this interior design guru giving me all the tips?" Glad you asked...Hey there 👋 I’m Nadia Graham, award-winning interior designer. I work with clients from coast to coast curating high-end products that make their homes finally feel like homes.With nearly a decade of experience in the field, I’m well-suited to weigh in on your redecorating decisions and point you down the path towards an inspiring interior.Looking for a little extra guidance? Check out these resources...1. Read this blog post where I break down some of the easily avoidable mistakes people make when purchasing their new furniture.2. Listen to my podcast the Blue Room for tips on how to style your space. I interview a wide variety of interior designers, so you're sure to find something useful no matter your style.3. Book a 15 minute consultation with yours truly. We’ll get to the bottom of the design conundrums that might be holding you back from your dream interior design.P.S. Don’t forget to check your email! I’ll be in there with more tips to transform your home...
  • 2.
    Your interior design style is... Bohemian
    Your taste in furniture is just as unique as you. You’re attracted to items with stories — antique trinkets and hand-stitched quilts...Though you don’t shy away from color, you’re especially attracted to earthy colors, metallics, and jewels. Try accenting a neutral base with pops of emerald, amethyst, and topaz.Bohemian furniture isn’t often found in the store. Instead try thrifting! Keep your eyes open for plush rugs and overstuffed decorative pillows. A velvet chaise lounge? Yes, please!"A room should never allow the eye to settle in one place. It should smile at you and create fantasy." — Juan MontoyaTips to help you overcome interior design decision fatigue? Read on…If picking a new piece of furniture feels like a whirlpool of stress and self-doubt, you’re not alone, friend. Investing in a sofa or a statement coffee table, is a big commitment.You might be worrying…… What if I spend all this money then get tired of my new furniture two-months later… What if it clashes with my current décor… Or what if my soon-to-be dinner guests thinks it’s too understated or over the topOn top of that, you’ve got a sea of options to choose from. No wonder redecorating feels a little overwhelming.But luckily there are steps you can take to make it a whole lot easier. The first being...1. Set the MoodBegin narrowing down your search for the perfect piece of furniture by deciding on a mood for the room you're decorating. Ask yourself how you want to feel when you walk in. Maybe you’re after a cozy, comfy living room. Or a calming, relaxing bedroom...Collect interior design inspiration that aligns with whatever vibe you're after. You’ll still have an array of options, but you’ll be able to make the final decision with more confidence knowing it suits your aesthetic.2. Start With a StatementIf you’re decorating a home from scratch, an easy step is to pick a focal point piece of furniture for each room. For a kitchen, maybe you want an eye-catching marble island...Whatever it is, make sure you genuinely love it. Your focal point should put a smile on your face because odds are you're going to be looking at it a lot. Pick the rest of your décor to compliment that one statement piece. This'll help you overcome any interior design indecision you may be facing.3. Experiment with Color and TextureColor and texture can transform how you feel. It’s science, friend. Each shade has a unique psychological affect. For example, yellow is energizing and works best in kitchens and bathrooms. And blue is calming, which makes it a great pick for bedrooms.If you want to be bold, try pairing two colors across from one another on the color wheel, like green and purple or orange and blue.Texture can also add a lot to a room. If you’re going for a warm, inviting vibe, pick soft fabrics like velvet or suede. If you want something more glamorous try upholstery with a metallic sheen."Who’s this interior design guru giving me all the tips?" Glad you asked...Hey there 👋 I’m Nadia Graham, award-winning interior designer. I work with clients from coast to coast curating high-end products that make their homes finally feel like homes.With nearly a decade of experience in the field, I’m well-suited to weigh in on your redecorating decisions and point you down the path towards an inspiring interior.Looking for a little extra guidance? Check out these resources...1. Read this blog post where I break down some of the easily avoidable mistakes people make when purchasing their new furniture.2. Listen to my podcast the Blue Room for tips on how to style your space. I interview a wide variety of interior designers, so you're sure to find something useful no matter your style.3. Book a 15 minute consultation with yours truly. We’ll get to the bottom of the design conundrums that might be holding you back from your dream interior design.P.S. Don’t forget to check your email! I’ll be in there with more tips to transform your home...
  • 3.
    Your interior design style is... Glam
    Friend, you like a little *or a lot* of opulence. Glamour is basically your middle name. You’re drawn to old Hollywood décor: velvet upholstery, plush pillows, and glittering statement lamps — yes, please!When designing your room, start with a neutral palette. Perhaps a light grey or pink beige. Then decorate with pastel and metallic toned accents. For an extra wow-factor, try out a mini-chandelier..."Be faithful to your own taste, because nothing you really like is ever out of style." — Billy BaldwinTips to help you overcome interior design decision fatigue? Read on…If picking a new piece of furniture feels like a whirlpool of stress and self-doubt, you’re not alone, friend. Investing in a sofa or a statement coffee table, is a big commitment. You might be worrying…… What if I spend all this money then get tired of my new furniture two-months later… What if it clashes with my current décor… Or what if my soon-to-be dinner guests thinks it’s too understated or over the topOn top of that, you’ve got a sea of options to choose from. No wonder redecorating feels a little overwhelming.But luckily there are steps you can take to make it a whole lot easier. The first being...1. Set the MoodBegin narrowing down your search for the perfect piece of furniture by deciding on a mood for the room you're decorating. Ask yourself how you want to feel when you walk in. Maybe you’re after a cozy, comfy living room. Or a calming, relaxing bedroom...Collect interior design inspiration that aligns with whatever vibe you're after. You’ll still have an array of options, but you’ll be able to make the final decision with more confidence knowing it suits your aesthetic.2. Start With a StatementIf you’re decorating a home from scratch, an easy step is to pick a focal point piece of furniture for each room. For a kitchen, maybe you want an eye-catching marble island...Whatever it is, make sure you genuinely love it. Your focal point should put a smile on your face because odds are you're going to be looking at it a lot. Pick the rest of your décor to compliment that one statement piece. This'll help you overcome any interior design indecision you may be facing.3. Experiment with Color and TextureColor and texture can transform how you feel. It’s science, friend. Each shade has a unique psychological affect. For example, yellow is energizing and works best in kitchens and bathrooms. And blue is calming, which makes it a great pick for bedrooms.If you want to be bold, try pairing two colors across from one another on the color wheel, like green and purple or orange and blue.Texture can also add a lot to a room. If you’re going for a warm, inviting vibe, pick soft fabrics like velvet or suede. If you want something more glamorous try upholstery with a metallic sheen."Who’s this interior design guru giving me all the tips?" Glad you asked...Hey there 👋 I’m Nadia Graham, award-winning interior designer. I work with clients from coast to coast curating high-end products that make their homes finally feel like homes.With nearly a decade of experience in the field, I’m well-suited to weigh in on your redecorating decisions and point you down the path towards an inspiring interior.Looking for a little extra guidance? Check out these resources...1. Read this blog post where I break down some of the easily avoidable mistakes people make when purchasing their new furniture.2. Listen to my podcast the Blue Room for tips on how to style your space. I interview a wide variety of interior designers, so you're sure to find something useful no matter your style.3. Book a 15 minute consultation with yours truly. We’ll get to the bottom of the design conundrums that might be holding you back from your dream interior design.P.S. Don’t forget to check your email! I’ll be in there with more tips to transform your home...
  • 4.
    Your interior design style is... Mid-Century 
    You know how to make the past feel present. You love retro vibes: bar carts and chaises lounges. But you mix them with contemporary pieces, which gives them a new, exciting flavor..."There are two things that make a room timeless: a sense of history and a piece of the future." — Charlotte MossTips to help you overcome interior design decision fatigue? Read on…If picking a new piece of furniture feels like a whirlpool of stress and self-doubt, you’re not alone, friend. Investing in a sofa or a statement coffee table, is a big commitment.You might be worrying…… What if I spend all this money then get tired of my new furniture two-months later… What if it clashes with my current décor… Or what if my soon-to-be dinner guests thinks it’s too understated or over the topOn top of that, you’ve got a sea of options to choose from. No wonder redecorating feels a little overwhelming.But luckily there are steps you can take to make it a whole lot easier. The first being...1. Set the MoodBegin narrowing down your search for the perfect piece of furniture by deciding on a mood for the room you're decorating. Ask yourself how you want to feel when you walk in. Maybe you’re after a cozy, comfy living room. Or a calming, relaxing bedroom...Collect interior design inspiration that aligns with whatever vibe you're after. You’ll still have an array of options, but you’ll be able to make the final decision with more confidence knowing it suits your aesthetic.2. Start With a StatementIf you’re decorating a home from scratch, an easy step is to pick a focal point piece of furniture for each room. For a kitchen, maybe you want an eye-catching marble island...Whatever it is, make sure you genuinely love it. Your focal point should put a smile on your face because odds are you're going to be looking at it a lot. Pick the rest of your décor to compliment that one statement piece. This'll help you overcome any interior design indecision you may be facing.3. Experiment with Color and TextureColor and texture can transform how you feel. It’s science, friend. Each shade has a unique psychological affect. For example, yellow is energizing and works best in kitchens and bathrooms. And blue is calming, which makes it a great pick for bedrooms.If you want to be bold, try pairing two colors across from one another on the color wheel, like green and purple or orange and blue.Texture can also add a lot to a room. If you’re going for a warm, inviting vibe, pick soft fabrics like velvet or suede. If you want something more glamorous try upholstery with a metallic sheen."Who’s this interior design guru giving me all the tips?" Glad you asked...Hey there 👋 I’m Nadia Graham, award-winning interior designer. I work with clients from coast to coast curating high-end products that make their homes finally feel like homes.With nearly a decade of experience in the field, I’m well-suited to weigh in on your redecorating decisions and point you down the path towards an inspiring interior.Looking for a little extra guidance? Check out these resources...1. Read this blog post where I break down some of the easily avoidable mistakes people make when purchasing their new furniture.2. Listen to my podcast the Blue Room for tips on how to style your space. I interview a wide variety of interior designers, so you're sure to find something useful no matter your style.3. Book a 15 minute consultation with yours truly. We’ll get to the bottom of the design conundrums that might be holding you back from your dream interior design.P.S. Don’t forget to check your email! I’ll be in there with more tips to transform your home...