What’s Your Style Identity?
We all have a style identity when it comes to interior design. You know what you like, but you might not know the name or the specific characteristics of that style. Have fun answering a few questions to find out what your style is.
- Does your house look like an English garden or a beach house?
- Do you love the casual look as opposed to straight lines?
- Do you enjoy natural light to indoor lighting?
- Would you rather be outdoors or at the beach instead of stuck inside?
The Your Style is: Shabby Chic / Coastal
Characteristics: Casual furniture in natural materials such as wicker and rattan and worn looking white-washed woods. Stripes and florals dominate fabric patterns.
Color Palette: Layered blues, crisp whites, rosy reds and greens.
- Does city-living appeal to you?
- Do you like the linear look of urban architecture?
- Do you have suspended lamps with Edison bulbs in your home?
- Do you like bare building materials in old factories and lofts?
Then Your Style is: Industrial
Characteristics: Spacious, simple design that includes wood and metal elements. Exposed pipes, ducts and brick walls are often seen. High ceilings are common.
Color Palette: Neutral palette – gray, brown, grayish-white, tan.
- Do you read about art and know furniture designers’ names?
- Are you a fan of low sleek furniture with style and comfort?
- Did you have a serious addiction to Mad Men?
- Would you describe yourself as simple and uncomplicated?
Then Your Style is: Mid-Century Modern
Characteristics: Clean, often curved lines mixed with simple geometric shapes. There usually is a variety of materials (woods, metals, plastics) used in this design.
Color Palette: Background earthy neutrals (browns & grays) paired with bright, bold colors such as oranges, chartreuse, pink and blues.
- Do you prefer simple design with clean lines and geometric patterns?
- Do you believe ‘less is more’?
- Would you describe yourself as organized, methodical and efficient?
- Is your home free of clutter?
Then Your Style is: Minimalism
Characteristics: This is a bare essential look. Simple, uncluttered, clean lines in an open floor plan. Functional furniture with flat, smooth surfaces and strong lines.
Color Palette: Monochromatic – variations of 1 color like whites, beiges & greys.
- Do you appreciate history and tradition?
- Does your home have a “timeless” look?
- Are you a planner who rarely acts on impulse?
- Do you prefer stately color palettes and elegant furnishings?
Your Style is: Traditional
Characteristics: Curved, heavy, dark wood furniture is the norm, paired with stuffed patterned fabrics, hardwood floors, and classical art.
Color Palette: Deep, rich jewel-tone hues in reds, blues and greens.
- Are you trendy, yet classic and chic?
- Do you love to shop at the Flea market for well-loved décor items?
- Have more seating than you need because you love to entertain?
- Is your home known for its warmth and simplicity?
Then Your Style is: Modern Farmhouse
Characteristics: A comfortable mix of old and new with heirloom hand-me-downs. Texture abounds with organic and natural materials.
Color Palette: Dominated by natural colors such as soft whites, stormy grays, greiges, browns with accents of purple and blues.
- Is The Great Gatsby your favorite book or movie?
- Do you love rich metallics and sumptuous fabrics?
- Is your home filled with stylized geometric patterns?
- Do your friends describe you as glamorous?
Then Your Style is: Art Deco / Hollywood Glam
Characteristics: Bold and opulent, yet elegant and functional. Angular, geometric forms are common, and fabrics have exotic patterns or high-shine finishes. Deeply colored polished wood, often with a lacquer finish, is frequently paired with metallic accents.
Color Palette: Accents of deep yellows, reds, greens, blues and pinks, offset by softer colors of creams and beiges.
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