Modern is a design style with clean, crisp lines with a simple color palette and use of materials that can include metal, glass and steel. Shows as simplicity in every element, including furniture, not many accessories, and sleek.
Contemporary style is a style of the here & now. This is a popular style, very similar to Modern style. The main difference Contemporary is more fluid and can include curving lines, often sticks to a stricter palate of black, white and grey. If color is added, the color is often the pure, saturated tone like true red, indigo or orange.
The minimalist style takes notions of modern design and simplities them further. The color palettes are neutral and airy, furnishings are simple and streamlined, and nothing outrageous with the accessories. This style is simple, functional, and ultra clean lines.
Mid-century modern is a throwback to the design style of the 1950's - 60's, minimal, functionality, fussy-free style. Shows with natural forms, organic shapes, simple fabrications, and teak wood furnishing as common.
The industrial style shows with a sense of unfinished rawness in many of the elements and it's common to show with exposed brick, ductwork and wood. Common home could be a loft home in a former renovated industrial building. Think of high ceilings, old timber and dangling metal light fixtures, open spaces, and airy.
Scandinavian design reflects the simplicity of life demonstrated in the Nordic countries. Scandinavian furniture design often feels like a work of art, although it is simple and understated. There is interesting lines, include all white palettes and natural elements like form pressed wood, bright plastics and wide plank flooring. Often the pop of color is in the accessories, art and natural fibre throws. Spacious, natural lighting,
The Traditional style is more ornate details, ornate fabrics, patterns and textures. This style is often with dark finished wood, rich color palettes, variety of textures and curved lines. The furniture showing antiques and ornate wood detail styling. There is a lot of layering and depth to this style.
French Country style shows warm, earthy tones and ornamental wooden furnishing. this style is an overarching farmhouse inspiration. May include soft and warm tones of red, yellow or gold and natural materials like stone and brick.
The Bohemian style reflects a carefree lifestyle with little rules, anything goes. You may often find floor pillows and comfortable seatings spaces.The eclectic style can bring in some ultra-glam elements like chandelier paired with an well worn rug and mid-century chair. Really anything goes as long as you love it.
Shabby Chic style is vintage inspired look that tends to be more feminine, soft and delicate. The furnishings are often either distressed, chalk painted, antique style finishes. The color palette include white, cream and pastels.
Coastal beach style include light, airy colors palettes with cool neutral shades paired with blues and greens. Furnishings are often white or beige. A space can contain some wood elements and accessories are often inspired by the beach.