You have a style of minimalism.
This design approach is characterized by austerity and laconism in decoration. You like functional furniture and interior objects, geometric shapes and a combination of usually not more than two basic colors.
It is extremely important in such design to correctly divide the space. Minimalist interiors are usually compact, black or gray, and have a strict geometric shape.
If you enjoy things that are modern and like to keep current with the styles of the moment, you are a follower of Contemporary Style.
A contemporary style of decorating is defined by simplicity, subtle sophistication, deliberate use of texture, and clean lines. Interiors tend to showcase space rather than things. By focusing on color, space, and shape, contemporary interiors are sleek and fresh.
You have traditional style. f an individual is seeking to reflect classic European decor in their home, the best route to take is traditional interior design methods.
The traditional style is one of the most popular styles used to decorate homes.Your style offers a combination of comfortable furniture, classic designs and casual décor. It is a term that includes several design elements, including warm colors and symmetrical lines.
You like your space that is designed in the traditional style and will often have the following qualities:
Sturdy crafted furniture
MODERN FARMHOUSE STYLE
Modern farmhouse combines the sleek clean lines of contemporary design with the cozy farmhouse aesthetic to create a uniquely fresh take on the country living inspired style. Modern farmhouse style is known for its warmth and simplicity, characterized by natural textures and materials like wood or galvanized steel.
You have an Eclectic decor. Your style comprises heterogeneous elements — a mixture of textures, time periods, styles, trends, and colors.
To put it more simply, Eclectic rooms marry old and new, antique and contemporary, serious and fanciful. For example, a heavy velvet Victorian armchair may be paired with a Lucite coffee table so as to highlight — through contrast — the independent beauty of each piece. Eclectic decorating also appeals to you because it provides a dynamic canvas for my evolving taste and whims.
Vintage kilims, flea-market art finds, furniture made from felled trees—the world is your design store, and you'll take one of everything. But you've also mastered the art of the eclectic mix, and your discerning eye keeps you in check at home and on your many travels. A recliner—who needs one when you've got a retro hanging chair to balance the room? Paisley—been there, done that. Keep things fresh by layering vibrant textiles, earthy neutrals, and unexpected shapes that complement each other.
If your style is synonymous with anchors, blue and white everything and seashells upon seashells then you have a Coastal Style.
This light and breezy style has become synonymous with overstuffed rooms and kitschy, dated accessories. One of the best aspects of coastal design is its ability to make you feel relaxed. This design has sandy tans, off-whites and soft grays to create an environment that feels equally soothing and inviting.