Like a weekend visit to the Hamptons, the timeless essence of history permeates through the traditional home. The “Traditional” style reaches back into history to highlight a rich heritage while establishing relevance with modern influences.
Inspired by 18th and 19th century European decor, the traditional home features well-tailored classic elements accessorized by thoughtful heirlooms and antiques.
You’ll see formal, ornate features such as chandeliers and framed art layered against neutral colors and natural materials.
The traditional style can range from the sumptuous to the minimalist but always carries a refined sense of luxury. In traditional homes, you’ll often see features like wingback chairs and china passed down through generations, classic book collections, and wooden trousseau chests.
The Bohemian Eclectic home invites you inside with a warm, welcoming vibe.
Splashy colors and unconventional details bring the space to life and feels a little like “breaking the rules” in the best way possible. In a Bohemian Eclectic space, with its presence of creativity and colorful life experiences, you feel like you can let your guard down.
The eclectic, sometimes exotic, style brings to mind the life of an artist, writer, or wayfarer. They collect pieces from mysterious locales that pique the curious mind, whether it’s a boisterous sculpture or a surprising piece of wall decor.
Abstract art and the “great find” of the thrift store or flea market are the epitome of the Bohemian style. Every piece has a story to tell. When done well, no room is the same and nothing looks matchy-matchy. Everything coordinates with repeating colors and complimenting patterns.
Just like it sounds, the Organic Elegance style is comfortable but elevated, casual and classic, blending the warm, nurturing feel of organic elements with upscale living.
Organic elegance feels updated with clean, fresh, organic details and refurbished pieces pulled straight out of the past mixed with the clean lines of today. The distressed elements and exposed wood beams you might see are highly intentional for effect, never the product of worn, dated negligence.
Greenery is a key element of organic elegance, whether plucked from your own backyard or a variety of houseplants.
The elevated yet relaxed style feels family-oriented, with plenty of places that inspire gathering, such as picnic-style tables and front porch seating. The style is simple, bright, and clean, making the family the central focus.
Dramatic and luxe, the glam style is a nod to the show-stopping intensity of old Hollywood. The glam home feels extravagant with plush fabrics and mirrored accents. Glam spaces can feel larger than life, while also welcoming you with the promise of getting pampered and exploring your wild side.
The polished style maximizes presence with big statement pieces emphasized by rich textures and patterns, like gold, animal print, and fur, anchored in by white walls or traditional furniture. Grounding colors like whites and neutrals allow the opulent focal pieces to pop. The unrestrained balances the restrained.
The influencer lifestyle is often associated with the glam style. Glam interiors have high reflective value. They’re picturesque and elevating, portraying a strong presence.
The modern style has a minimalist quality to it, grounded in simplicity and function. The focal point or “art” in the room tends to be the view outside the windows rather than any one particular piece of furniture or accessory.
The modern home is uncluttered and paired down to the essentials. Every component of the room, from the items on a shelf to the implements allowed on the counter, has a necessary function. With minimal distractions and a meditative quality, the minimalist home gives the mind more space to explore.
In a world of constant stimulation, sometimes less is more. The modern home provides relief from the perpetual input of the world and puts the focus back on what’s most important.
The industrial style represents a true appreciation of architecture, when you take a structure down to its bare bones. The exposed, industrial style brick, concrete, and beams that might otherwise be hidden become the main design features.
Industrial spaces tend to have an open, loft style. They feel urban and “unfinished” on purpose. Some industrial spaces are converted warehouses or factories while others are simply designed to look as though they are.
Because the industrial style is so pared back and devoid of fluff, a touch of softness, such as a plush rug and plants, are necessary to give the space warmth. The raw wood, distressed leather, and vintage finds often included in Industrial spaces have a very masculine, no-fuss feel to them.
When you walk into a mid-century modern home, you feel like you’ve got one foot in the 1950s and one foot in the modern world. This elevated retro style shows an appreciation for the architecture of the past and the amenities of modern time.
The economic boom after WWII resulted in urban expansion and a new forward-looking style to leave the past behind. Reminiscent of Mad Men or Old Palm Springs, mid-century modern design epitomizes the luxurious elegance and understated swagger of this era.
Efficient, functional furniture and family-oriented spaces, free of non-essential embellishments, the same era that brought us microwaves and televisions gave us new materials like teak, vinyl, and plexiglass which made appearances in furniture and decor.