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Minimal colors, minimal ornaments; maximum space, maximum style.
The Scandinavian design concept is all about simplicity, elegance, and all things that make life beautiful. It’s designs usually emphasize both form and function.
You are practical, unfussy and possibly Swedish (or Danish).
Your home should make you feel warm and relaxed, and allow you to comfortably get things done around the house. Natural colors, functional furniture are your calling. No loud centerpiece distractions or shouty colors please.
Learn how you can achieve a Scandinavian style in your home.
Unexpected materials. Raw beauty.
A place does not need to be all painted and dolled up to look good. There is a natural beauty in exposed pipes, concrete flooring, rustic furnishings and utilitarian objects.
You are stylish, purposeful, and appreciate good music.
Metal, wood and neutral colors are your staple. Multi-purpose functional furniture, open faced shelving, proudly big machines, kitchen islands and plenty of breathing room are key for your open concept home/office.
Learn how you can achieve a Industrial style in your home.
A perfect blend of classic and modern.
The Mid-Century Modern style is a marriage between modernism and tradition. It's organic, earthy, yet clean and functional.
You are cool, modern and have a deep appreciation for fine furniture.
Wood is the base of a Mid-Century Modern home. Start with wood, then explore the other various materials you can use for your design. Get creative, and don’t be afraid of patterns or an occasional bright color.
Learn how you can achieve a Mid-Century Modern style in your home.
Look sharp, look great!
If it isn't cutting edge and stunning, it doesn't belong in your home. Contemporary is an ever-changing style based on whatever is in vogue.
You are a trendy person probably with the latest iPhone, so your home should embody your personality as well.
Today's contemporary is minimalist, mostly straight clean lines, and full of neutral colors with the occasional bold standout accent. Select pieces of eye-catching furniture with beautiful curves are must-have features of a contemporary home.
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Luxurious, complex, and warm.
This style is named after the glorious Victorian era of the 1800s, but don't let it fool you into thinking that it's boring or unsexy. It is in fact one of the most timeless styles people still fall madly in love with.
You are a romantic at heart, and you think a loving family deserves a beautiful home.
Choose antique furniture, bookshelves, and stained glass windows. Adorn your home with luxurious wallpapers and floral ornamental accents, and go with dark colors with complex patterns.
Learn how you can achieve a Victorian style in your home.
Back to the future.
Retro interior design is by no means old-fashioned. A design style inspired by 70s pop culture, Retro utilizes vibrant colors and edgy designs for a futuristic look. People back then were way ahead of their time.
Since you love chic and vibrant spaces, throw away your old calendar, because a Retro home means it's throwback Thursday everyday for you.
Complement white with bold colors like orange or neon. Decorate with round-edged furniture, modern vinyl players, and lava lamps for the full effect. Use patterns such as polka dots or stripes in your décor.
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Break the rules, all of them.
Eclectic interior design allows you to draw inspiration from an almost endless variety of sources. Mix and match them as you desire, rules and boundaries go almost entirely out of the window when designing an eclectic home.
You are rebellious, bold, adventurous, and you probably love pineapples on your pizzas.
Mix it up, experiment with different concepts to find fresh creative blends of styles. Patterns, colors, curves, antiques, computers, crazy juxtapositions — everything is fair game in your books. Go on, challenge the boring rules and have a little quirky fun with your home.
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Art, music, and literature.
Bohemian — a style born in the 1800s out of the carefree, vagabond lifestyles of French gypsies — suits you to a tee.
You are a free-spirited individual who values originality. You also have a penchant for the avant-garde.
Juxtapose plants with vibrant colors and unique patterns. Decorate the walls with memorabilia and hand-crafted ornaments.
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You are exactly where you need to be.
Zen interior design emphasizes balance, simplicity, and oneness with nature. A Zen home is a place for you to feel at peace alongside Mother Earth.
The word clutter does not exist in your dictionary. You also love calm, relaxing environments that help you achieve a complete state of focus.
Place each piece of furniture in your home with purpose. Your home should embody nature. Use wood, stone, water and plants to bring serenity to your home.
Learn how you can achieve a Zen style in your home.
Inheritance of Chinese Cultures.
Oriental design concepts are mostly inspired by ancient Chinese philosophies and tradition. It creates rich and harmonious atmospheres with the guidance of Feng Shui.
You are somebody who’s firmly rooted in Oriental traditions, or maybe you just love its aesthetics.
Decorate your home with items that represent your family values, such as paintings, calligraphy, or antiques. Use warm colors, and furnish adequately with long-lasting, sturdy furniture.
Learn how you can achieve a Oriental Chinese style in your home.