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What is

YOUR INTERIOR DESIGN STYLE?

When you start designing your space, it can be easy to get overwhelmed with all of the design options. Eliminate the overwhelm by choosing a style that reflects your taste and pick pieces and fixtures that fit within that style.

Find a comprehensive list of 12 design styles below that might reflect your taste, and explore your options. These styles are meant to reflect a broad range of personalities and tastes.

Minimal

Minimalist design is defined by its simplicity, functionality, and tidiness.

Contemporary

Contemporary style is a fluid design that utilizes minimalistic principles with the added opulence of bold statement pieces.

Scandinavian

This design style uses bright, natural light and lots of space that is prominent in Nordic countries.

Modern

Modern interiors are clean with crisp lines and simple color palettes.

Traditional

This design style offers classic details from many eras with detailed, ornate furnishings.

Coastal

Coastal design is also called Hamptons style. It emphasizes iconic beach elements to create a relaxing space.

 

Industrial

Industrial design draws from urban spaces and may include exposed brick, beams, concrete, and steel components.

Transitional

Transitional design combines elements from traditional and modern design.

Rustic

Rustic interior design takes its inspiration from natural wood and unfinished elements to create an outdoorsy, country experience.

Mid-Century Modern

Mid-century-modern comes from nostalgic, minimalistic styles in the middle of the 20th century.

Bohemian

Bohemian style is free-spirited and bold, with lots of natural elements and organic forms.

French Country

This style came after soldiers came home from World War I and adapted their spaces to mimic the country homes they found in France.

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Minimalist

This style utilizes a crisp, clean, monochromatic look. Minimalistic homes consist of clean lines and simple color palettes. Utilizing an open floor plan, lots of natural light, and very functional and simple furnishings allow for minimalistic spaces to focus on shape and simplicity.

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Modernism

Modern design often gets confused with Contemporary. However, modern design refers back to a specific period of design style, and Contemporary design is ever-evolving based on current design trends. Before this style became popular, interiors followed heavy ornamentation, texture, and dramatic elements. Modern design rejected these in favor of minimal design, and clean, uncluttered spaces.

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Industrial

Industrial style brings together modern lines with older materials. It’s a play on the contrast from warehouse elements from the industrial revolution such as exposed brick and beams, married with a lived-in appeal of modern flooring and fixtures.

This style is often associated with old-school lofts, unfinished wood, and exposed brick. It focuses on stripping back architectural details to their raw materials and playing on vintage, salvaged materials.

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Bohemian

Bohemian style decor is often viewed as free-spirited and perfectly undone. This style emerged out of 19th century France when artists began to move out of Romani areas of Paris in pursuit of a more nomadic, artistic lifestyle. This created a juxtaposition of the French style and a search for an alternative standard of beauty resulted in the origins of what we know of bohemian style today.

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Mid-Century Modern

Uncluttered spaces, minimal ornamentation, sleek furniture, and clean lines are often characteristics of this design style. Designers will often use materials that are contrasting. These can be natural woods, glass formica, and plastic.

Mid-century modern brings forward a fun, retro feel to your home, as this take from the time period is more playful than traditional modernism.

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Contemporary

Contemporary interior design style includes styles that were created in the late 20th century. Often confused with modernism, the word “contemporary” means “of the moment.” This means that it is adaptive and changes with the current styles of the time. It is consistently evolving and shifting to fit into a new time period.

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Traditional

Traditional design is great for those wanting to reflect classic European decor in their space. Elegant furnishings and deep woods bring out this style. Ornamentation can include claw-foot tables, wingback chairs, and curved furniture that were made popular in the 18th and 19th centuries.

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