When it comes to narrowing down your Design Style, it can seem like there are endless options. In fact, it’s what people struggle with the most when starting a design project. To make it simple, we’ve narrowed down Our Most Popular Design Styles to help you determine your main design aesthetic!
Sure, it’s fun to learn about new trends like Dark Acadamia or Cottage Core, but at the end of the day, each new design style can lead to more confusion. In fact, helping people narrow down their styles happens to be our favorite part of the design process and we make it fun for you.
We start with the Design Quiz followed by a detailed Design Assessment. During the design process, we further narrow down your style with Inspiration Boards. These elements are very successful in helping to narrow down your design style.
Once we determine your main design style, we’ll help you expertly layer elements of other styles so that your home feels personalized to you!
Now onto our Most Popular Design Styles:
The modern style is defined by clean lines and shapes, highlighting simple statement pieces. Modern design can be minimal with neutral colors, simple statement furniture and inventive lighting or it can be layered with rich pops of colors. The key is start with a baseline of furniture that is modern and strong.
Mid-Century Modern Design focuses on using key furniture pieces that make a statement. Furniture often has sleek or curved lines, includes tapered or hairpin legs with a focus on simple, quality, eye-catching function. This design style uses bright accent colors against primary neutral tones of white, black, and wood tones. It also has a focus on bringing the outdoors in.
The boho design style is like a quilt of global design influences…mixing patterns and objects to create a space that’s totally unique. A key element of the boho style is layering patterns and textures. Materials like rattan, jute, bamboo, and colorful textiles make up this artistic look. Also, filling the space with plants (real or faux) gives the space organic texture.
The glam style includes jewel-toned colors and luxe textiles like leather, suede, and velvet. The glam style showcases your appreciation for the finer things. This style is polished and posh yet tasteful. And always includes a bit of brass elements for some shine.
Eclectic interior design finds a way to incorporate pieces from a variety of aesthetics – from classic to contemporary – and seamlessly blends these pieces into one space. Rather than being classified by style guidelines or trends, eclectic interior design is made from a mix of colors, patterns, textures, and silhouettes. Eclectic style can borrow sleek mid-century sofas, boho textiles, vintage-inspired wallpaper, and unexpected art to create a truly unique home.