The lines are cleaner than pieces found in a traditional space. It allows the design to be current, as well as including the warmth and comfort.
It’s a great coupling of straight lines and curves, simple and sophisticated, contemporary and classic. This style is timeless while remaining current with trends.
This style blends modern elements with traditional design.
It includes the mixture of warm wood tones as a backdrop for interesting décor and greenery. It carries a lazy sophisticated look, and promotes personal expression through layering artwork, decorative objects and diverse cultural textiles. Many patterns, colors and textures are interwoven to create a one of a kind unique space.
This style embraces culture while providing a carefree & relaxed environment.
Textiles tend to have a worn look, including burlap, silk and chenille. The macrame of the 1970s has certainly found a spot in this style of interior. Warmer tones and heavier fabrics are key in creating Boho style.
Materials that characterize this design are wood, galvanized steel and natural textures. It produces a relaxed and cozy environment with a fresh appearance. The spaces are large and open exposing natural wood, light and airy tones along with comfort and practicality.
This design style is clean and simple, combining warmth with clean and sleek elements that you find in modern design. This style is often referred to as modern farmhouse.
This style produces a warmth inspired by country living.
Very few accessories and colors are used in the space. Clean, streamlined furniture and architecture from the 1930's through the 1960's inspire this look. Geometric shapes, asymmetry, and a neutral palette define the space. It offers a cleaner look with lack of clutter and embellishments. This style uses as few walls as possible, allowing furniture to differentiate the spaces.
This design represents simplicity in style.
Abundant natural light is also necessary to help a space feel more airy and open. Long furniture pieces that are sleek, simple and situated low to the ground give a modern look. There’s often use of materials such as unpainted wood, metals and leather. Surfaces such as chrome, steel, and concrete are also popular finishes for modern design. It evokes a simple yet elegant lifestyle and is perfect for the minimalist.
It offers the usage of natural light, clean and airy aesthetics, soft tones and a breezy “feel”. The color schemes are light sandy tones complimented with whites and blues, along with the use of natural materials. You will feel as if you’re on vacation while relaxing in your home.
A coastal style largely lies in the colors, which should blend seamlessly from the outdoors into the interiors. Earth tones and natural textures must work together to create a design that is harmonious with its surroundings. The design is influenced by the rich coastal tones of the deep blue ocean, washed gray tones of driftwood, and textures of dune grass.
This design style is inspired by beach living with a clean aesthetic.