Our homes are a reflection of our personality. A lot can be deciphered about a person by looking at his/her home. If you don’t believe us, watch a few episodes of Sherlock! We have put together a comprehensive list of design preferences and corresponding design styles. You can have one design style, or a combination of many. Find out what design style resonates the most with you!
If you are someone who enjoys opening windows and bringing in nature and light and decorating with minimal handcrafted accessories, your style is Scandinavian. This style celebrates minimalist and functional décor with a lot of whites, touches of black, wood tones, and a few pops of color to keep things happy.
If you like your space organized and every item that makes it to your space is a well-considered piece of décor, then your design style is Minimalist. Minimalist design is stark and clean. The main philosophy behind this style is “less is more.”
If you like to keep everything in your house modern and upscale, your design style is contemporary. This design is defined by masculine color palettes, sleek accessories, and clutter-free decorating approach.
If you are someone who enjoys spa-like environment at home with candles, terrariums, oil burners, and natural materials like sustainable woods and linens, then your style my friend is Zen! Zen is an Eastern approach to decorating in which the main focus is to create a relaxing sanctuary by incorporating soft lighting, natural materials, and greenery.
If you like things raw and unrefined, this is the style for you. If you had it your way, you would be happy living off in an abandoned factory with exposed plumbing and Edison lights. Industrial design is masculine and unrefined. The main elements of this design are Edison bulb lighting, exposed pipes and shafts, and old metal or wood furniture pieces.
If you are a fan of simple and functional design, and Steve Jobs has been your role model, then mid-century modern is your design style. Mid-century modern design is characterized by geometric patterns, modern functional décor, and neutrals with pops of color.
If you like floral or groovy prints, hanging plants in your home, and indulgence of a shaggy rug or a super-loungy sofa, then this is your design style! The main features of this design style are floral and whacky patterns; neutral texture: faux fur, rag, felt and curvy chairs such as the iconic egg chair.
If you are a creative person who likes a casual space with patterned pillows, rugs and poufs; and handmade tribal accents and worn out furniture, your style is Bohemian. This design celebrates flowy and easy designs that are layered and casual and have a global vibe. The products are usually handmade and the furniture has a distressed look.
If you like Hollywood style bold colors and glamorous and luxurious furniture and décor accents, then your style is Modern Glam. The main features of this style are lacquer walls, statement deco pieces such as art lights, mirrors, bold colored paintings; luxe fabrics and metallic décor that adds bling.
If you are a fan of simple living who likes to decorate with stuff that is either handmade or natural that evokes a bucolic feeling, then your design style is rustic.The notable features of this design style are furniture pieces with an aged and beautiful patina, organic material upholstery and linens, cast-iron or copper accents.
If you are someone who likes to keep their heritage alive by incorporating heirloom pieces and other things that belonged to the eras bygone, then your design style is traditional.This design focuses on incorporating touches of past by using antique décor, and traditional/ethnic upholstery