BOHO | ECLECTIC
Unconventional | Colorful | Quirky
A love of color and a mix of styles, Boho breaks all the design rules. Lots of different cultures are represented, lots of accessories and prints all blended in the right combination.
Bohemian and eclectic interiors are brought together through the process of borrowing from a range of different periods, styles and trends. This is your chance to break the rules, have some fun with your design and not worry about what “works.”
CASUAL | COTTAGE
Vintage | Relaxed | Painted Wood
Vintage & relaxed, Cottage style often incorporates distressed wood furniture, quilted fabrics & re-purposed or restored antiques. This charming, down home style is characterized by comfortable furnishings, fresh colors, and classic, familiar accents like floral patterns & bead board and emulates a simpler, friendlier time gone by.
Cottage style is often blended with specific decorative accessory styles to create more distinct and personal design styles such as
Clean Lines | Geometric Shapes | Building Materials
A contemporary home is one that is clean, sleek with usually a simple neutral color palette (black, white, brown) and occasional pops of bold color. Architectural details, furniture & decor are often made of modern building materials such as metal, glass, concrete and steel. Rich, luxe materials like velvet curtains and leather chairs are paired with metal legs and glass coffee tables to create a clutter free, chic aesthetic. Next stop...the penthouse!
Building Materials | Neutral & Earth Tones | Exposed Structure
Industrial design is known for its use of building materials as the main point of design. From steel to stone, bricks to brass, industrial design is all about raw, exposed materials.
Let your color palette be guided by the raw materials used for a truly authentic industrial look. Architectural elements become the focal point in an industrial design. They are kept in view (exposed beams, ductwork) to truly bring out the industrial look.
MODERN | RUSTIC
Reclaimed Wood | Neutral Colors | Industrial Accents
The Modern Rustic style offers a sleeker, contemporary side to casual country and rustic furniture with design elements that bring a little of the outdoors in. Reclaimed driftwood mantels, wide plank floors, stone fireplaces and live edge dining tables will find a home here.
Color palettes are inspired by natural materials and typically include lots of white, gray, wood tones and metallic colors.
Modern Rustic style is often blended with specific decorative accessory styles to create more distinct and personal design styles such as
Functional | Neutral & Light | Hygge
Scandinavian design is characterized by a minimalist, clean-lined approach that looks to combine functionality with beauty. Think coziness, clean lines and plenty of texture using natural materials like wool, sisal, cotton and wood. Combine those textures with natural colors like cream, white, grays and maybe a touch of pastel or colors toned down with grey for a light, airy feel.
You put an emphasis on utilizing natural materials to improve daily life. You’re drawn to pieces that inspire warmth and comfort and will make your space feel cozy and inviting. This style pays homage to the simplicity of life demonstrated in these countries, often focusing on utility over decoration.
Updated Classics | Modern Appeal
Transitional style is a marriage of traditional and contemporary furniture, finishes, materials and fabrics equating to a classic, timeless design.You can still have a tufted armchair but it will sport a more modern fabric and chair foot style. Stained wood nightstands may be a grey stain (instead of brown) with a modern table lamp and brushed brass handles.
In transitional spaces, there are nods to both modern elements and traditional elements. It's proof that you can, actually, have the best of both worlds.
Stained Wood | Antiques | Intricate Details
Traditional style is the most timeless and classic of all design styles. Traditional interior design reflects classic European decor. Wing-backed chairs, claw footed tables, and curved furniture pieces reflect the 18th and 19th centuries silhouette.Trademarks of this style generally include rich wood tones, elaborate moldings, beveled wood paneling, and intricate tile and wood floor patterns along with arches, columns, and built-in cabinetry.