Ever wonder what's your style? We all have a style but sometimes it's hard to know how to capture the style your trying to achieve. Below are some tips to achieve your perfect style?.
*Traditional: Traditional style is classic and comfortable. Everything matches and nothing is jarring to the senses, it is warm and familiar. Metal colors should be brass, bronze, or copper with a satin, not shiny finish.
*Modern: Modern design refers to the reflection of modern art movements in the interiors of a home. The modern style concepts are fuss-free and simple. The focus is placed on the use of monochromatic colors and patternless fabrics. Modern design tend to use a mix of natural materials, these include stone, wood, and leather.
*Contemporary: Contemporary design refers to "living at the moment." With Contemporary style, you are certain to see modern elements along with Art-Deco. Contemporary style is constantly evolving. It tends to stick to a stricter palate of black, white and grey. Metal colors would include nickel, chrome, polished nickel, and black.
*Transitional: Transitional design is the perfect blend of Transitional and Contemporary. With a wide-ranging appeal that is both elegant and timeless. Transitional always stays fresh-looking and fits comfortably in a wide range of decorating styles. The Transitional palette relies on a lack of color to evoke a clean serene atmosphere. Dark brown can add depth to neutral balance of taupe, tan, and vanilla.
*Farmhouse: Farmhouse style is warm, cozy, relaxing, and full of charm and charter It stays away from modern sensibilities and goes back to a simpler time. That said, Farmhouse is surprisingly savvy. To keep Farmhouse from looking " county kitsch" there needs to be a balance of old and new. It should be clean, stylish and warm-hearted. Lighting fixtures in the Farmhouse style run the gamut from antique-inspired to warm industrial to shabby chic. An interesting shape or antique bulb can really make your Farmhouse lighting pop.
*Industrial: Industrial style is an aesthetic trend that takes clues from old factories and industrial spaces that in recent years have been converted to lofts and other living spaces. Metal and wood are integral parts of the Industrial style. No other style is identified so strongly with metal elements. Wood adds warmth and texture, while metal is sleek and modern.
*Shabby Chic: Shabby Chic is an electric style that mixes antique furniture with pastel colors, lace, and feminine florals. Shabby Chic is often also referred to as county chic or vintage chic. Mix minimal color with maximum detail.
*Rustic: Rustic style is a design emphasis on rugged natural beauty using natural and weathered finishes, raw wood, stone, and leather. It embraces nature-inspired textures, simple and earthy colors, and ultimately an unpretentious, organic warmth. While rustic style in its most traditional sense might appear heavy and dark today, a contemporary rustic style has emerged over the past few years that feels both fresh and real, light and grounded.
*French Country: French Country is similar to transitional modern interior design styles. It is a hybridized mix of antique French, Shabby Chic, and Farmhouse interior design elements.
*Coastal: Costal styles uses light, bright, and airy environs often dreamed up in vibrant neutrals to soak up the sun rays. Coastal palettes include light blues, greens, and creams.
*Minimalist: Minimalist style takes modern design simplifies the further. Colors are neutral and airy. It is ultimately defined by a sense of functionality and ultra-clean lines.
*Mid-Century Modern: This style is a throwback to the design of the mid-1900's, primarily the 1950s and 60s. There is a retro nostalgia present and also some elements of minimalism. f
ussy-free was the main theme for Mid-Century Design.
*Bohemian: Bohemian style reflects a carefree lifestyle with little rules. This electric style can incorporate an ultra-glam chandelier paired with a well worn rug and a mid-century chair. With the Bohemian style, there is a laissez-faire attitude where anything goes as long as you love it.