What style can you pick from?
Contemporary – Pieces feature softened and rounded lines as opposed to the stark lines seen in modern design. Interiors contain neutral elements and bold colour, and they focus on the basics of line, shape and form.
Traditional – Offers a combination of comfortable furniture, classic designs and casual décor. It is a term that includes several design elements, including warm colours and symmetrical lines and. The traditional style is one of the most popular styles used to decorate homes.
Modern – It is recognizable by it’s clean, unadorned interiors. Use of natural materials such as wood, leather, teak and linen. Molded plywood and plastic is very popular in modern furniture, as well as polished metal. Furniture is simple. Walls are often white adding to the expansive feeling. Modern interiors generally have bare floors and if area rugs are used, they are typically wool, and neutral in colour. Hints of colour in moderation.
Rustic – Defined, rustic style is a design emphasis on rugged, natural beauty. It embraces nature-inspired textures, simple and earthy colours, and ultimately an unpretentious, organic warmth.
Minimalist – Minimalism is a simple, sophisticated and practical décor style. Using only the bare minimum to decorate and organize your home. Allowing for a light, bright and airy vibe. Minimalism is popular among millennials.
Masculine – The overall vibe gives a moody dark feeling. Often darker colors along with gold or brass metals. Darker brown and black leathers.
Shabby Chic – Envelopes a vintage/feminine design feeling to give your home a light and airy feeling. The décor is refurbished vintage furniture. Often wicker, painted brick and soft materials are used in this style.
And hundreds more! You can combine, mix and match or come up with something of your own!