Minimal colors, minimal ornaments; maximum space, maximum style.
You love simple, elegant designs that make life beautiful. You lead a modern lifestyle and love designs that fuse both form and function.
You are practical, unfussy, and keep your home neat and tidy. Your idea of a home is one that makes you feel warm and relaxed, a place that allows you to get things done comfortably.
Use natural colors, functional furniture with simple, clean lines. 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's 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, track lights, open-faced shelving, proudly big machines, kitchen islands, and plenty of breathing room are great additions for your open concept home/office.
Learn how you can achieve a Industrial style in your home.
A perfect blend of classic and modern.
This is one of the most popular styles in recent years. Mid-Century Modern borrows the best elements from the modern clean and uncluttered styles, and merges it with the timeless classical elements. It's organic, earthy, yet clean and functional.
You are cool, modern and have a deep appreciation for fine furniture.
Wood is always the base of a Mid-Century Modern home, where you begin your exploration to build on with different materials. Get creative! And do not be afraid of patterns or even an occasional bright color.
Learn how you can achieve a Mid-Century Modern style in your home.
Alexa, what is the color of the year?
You love it when your home is modern, sophisticated, and looks like a work of art. You want to be proud of your home, and you appreciate form as much as you do function.
You carry the latest smartphone and gadgets, and your friends turn to you for the latest trends.
Use minimalistic, straight, clean lines. Make your home full of neutral colors with the occasional bold standout accent. And of course, those select pieces of beautiful abstract artwork. Also, consider adding automatic lights, biometric doors, and voice-controlled electronics — guaranteed to impress visitors.
Learn how you can achieve a Contemporary style in your home.
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. A well-dressed Victorian space is a marvel to behold!
Learn how you can achieve a Victorian style in your home.