You like comfortable elegance with that timeless nod to the vintage countryside. Light colored neutrals, soft linens, wood tones, beautiful stone features and botanical pieces make up this beautiful style. You love vintage pieces that tell a story or had a life of their own before you.
Furniture pieces have structure and curves with pretty legs on tables and armchairs. Slip covered furniture is common, along with lots of elements of exposed wood such as cane back chairs.
Best places to shop for this design is Ballard Designs, Pottery Barn, Restoration Hardware, Eloquence and Aidan Gray.
Antique markets and vintage boutiques are also great places to find pieces to fit your style!
You love to have classic pieces that are of quality workmanship and give a sophisticated flare that also is comfortable and welcoming. You are drawn to timeless items when styling your home.
Symmetry in furniture and artwork placement is displayed in pairs most often in traditional style.
Framed portraits, artwork or paintings adorn the walls.
Detail wood work is common such as carved moldings, chair rails and board and batten.
Tall, long and full draperies are not only a must but can be show stoppers in what they bring to the rooms in the traditional style.
Furniture is quality crafted and has graceful lines from the 18th-19th century era.
Places to shop to suit your traditional style needs are Pottery Barn, Restoration Hardware, Wayfair, Ballard Designs and One King's Lane.
Clean lines and the feeling of fresh open spaces are a common characteristic of the modern style. The beauty of modern design is its seemingly simple, clear cut design yet with the ability to create a dramatic effect.
Geometric shaped wall features and furniture, solid colored fabrics, high gloss or glass walls and counters along with mixed finishes from concrete to bright white walls can all blend as part of a modern design.
Best places to shop for the modern design lover are AllModern, West Elm, Crate and Barrel, Article, CB2, Urban Outfitters, Rove Concept, Joy Bird and even Ikea!
You know what you like and you love to combine current trending decor or furniture pieces with traditional, classic pieces.
Transitional means changing from one thing to another. It's a mixture of having one foot in traditional style and the other in what's modern/trending.
While it gives you more freedom to choose to decorate according to what you love there is a delicate blend of pulling off several different era styles together. For example, chesterfield sofa would look perfect paired with a set of sleek modern looking chairs to help marry the two styles together.
Places that you love to shop at to create your design style are Crate and Barrel, West Elm, Anthropologie, Pottery Barn, Restoration Hardware, Target, World Market, CB2, Joy Bird, McGee & Co. and Wayfair.
You love surrounding yourself with nature from your houseplants to natural woven fabric furniture. Leather is often used in your sleek and comfortable couch styles. Tribal prints, textured baskets, throws, macrame and rattan furniture mixed with mid century modern pieces all create a cohesive look.
Almost anything of natural elements goes with the free spirited feel of Boho and you love to decorate your home with your favorite pieces you've collected from your travels.
Favorite places to buy Boho finds are Anthropologie, World Market, Target, West Elm, Joy Bird, Urban Outfitters, CB2 and All Modern.
You love the feeling of luxury and create your surroundings to reflect that. You have high end taste and love the elegant look.
Chandeliers, gold accents, mirrored furniture, fur throws and rugs, velvet couches or pillows are common decor for this style. You love some bling!
Bold dark colors can be used just as often as whites to create a dramatic impact of glam sophistication.
Places to shop for this design style are One Kings Lane, Hayneedle, Glam Home Furniture, Luxe Decor, Z Gallerie.
One of the most tricky to pull off design styles is the eclectic. While most anything goes, it takes a good eye to pair everything that is seemingly so different into happy vignettes that coordinate with each other.
Deep, bold colors are common, gallery walls full of an assortment of different pieces of framed art, and quirky decor pieces or statement pieces are easily incorporated into this design style.
Your best places to find for your design style are antique fairs, estate sales, buy/sell/trade groups on facebook, souvenirs from your travels abroad and local handmade artisan pieces.
When shopping online try World Market, Anthropologie, Urban Outfitters, West Elm, Etsy and Ebay.