Design Style Guide
Modern farmhouse combines the sleek clean lines of contemporary design with the cozy farmhouse aesthetic to create a uniquely fresh take on the country living inspired style. Modern farmhouse style is known for its warmth and simplicity, characterized by natural textures and materials like wood or galvanized steel.
Bohemian style is full of culture, texture, and color. Boho inspired designs are carefree, relaxed, with eclectic accents that will brighten any room. Combining and layering colors is what makes this style unique. Feel free to mix patterns and textures, and don't be afraid to use styles that wouldn't necessarily go together in a conventional way
Rustic design has an emphasis on rugged, natural beauty. It embraces nature-inspired textures, simple and earthy colors, and ultimately an unpretentious, organic warmth. While rustic style in its most traditional sense might appear heavy and dark today, a contemporary rustic style has emerged over the past few years that feels both fresh and real, light and grounded.
Scandinavian design is characterized by simplicity, minimalism and functionality. This style is often compared to mid-century modern. While it does borrow many details from the earlier trend, their color palettes are what set the two apart. Mid-century modern spaces are known for their dark, rich hues. In Scandinavian spaces, the focus is on keeping things bright, light and airy.
Traditional / Classic
Traditional and classic design is a timeless style that exemplifies elegance and comfort. Traditional decorating is perfect for those who love antiques, classic art pieces, symmetry and other design elements that are rich with history.
Florals, paisleys, damasks, stripes and plaids are also standard traditional décor patterns.
Mid-century look is all about stripping items down to their barest elements and letting their function become the star. This design focuses on choosing the items that will fill your space without cluttering it. and has clean lines. Mid-Century décor items are characterized as modern or geometric in their aesthetic.
Coastal design has the ability to make you feel relaxed. This style is characterized by simplicity and a base of neutrals. contrasted with accents of muted tones. Think sandy tans, off-whites and soft grays to create an environment that feels equally soothing and inviting.
Glam design ranges from Hollywood Regency, to City Chic, to Vintage. Think fancy. Darkhues, metallics, wallpaper, and upholstery characterize this style making it a more "maximalist" feel in the room without being stuffy. Luxury elements accent the room combining modern elegance with traditional comfort.