You love homes that are a gorgeous extension of nature and provide a valuable lesson in comfortable minimalism. They are characterized by refined lines, minimalist silhouettes and natural shapes. Living with less has nothing to do with deprivation, but has everything to do with careful editing. Sculptural interest is offered via light fixtures, furniture and architectural details such as an interesting fireplace, stairway or exposed ceiling beams.
Your style encompasses a variety of periods and styles and is comprised of heterogeneous elements — a mixture of textures, colors, time periods, styles and trends. To put it simply, these rooms marry old and new, antique and contemporary, serious and fanciful. There is a fine line between a beautifully eclectic room and a room that is merely haphazard and chaotic, with no unifying themes or motifs.
You are inspired by the artistic community. Your look is eclectic, free-spirited and whimsical, with a focus on rich colors and textures. You strive to create a "warm" environment. You are laid-back, with a distinct sense of style. You own more plants than furniture. You love ottomans, lanterns, pillows, moroccan chandeliers, plush rugs, vintage ikats, exotic tiles, and the more pattern, texture, layers and color, the happier you are. You value freedom more than anything.
Your home is characterized by muted tones and fun accent colors, and is often a blend of the engineered and the organic, creating a room that is both modern and inspired by nature. This design celebrates simplicity, minimalism and functionality. This style comprises fuss-free furnishings and clean lines. It also features spaciousness and invites a ton of natural light into the rooms. Colors most commonly used are white, natural, grey, crisp blues and light wood tones.