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Clean, sleek lines describe the contemporary design style with muted neutral colors or bold emphasis of color in furniture and accessories.
Light and airy space, neutral color palette, organic elements, and repurposed furniture and accessories best describe the farmhouse design style.
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Utilizing the building materials, exposed brick, concrete, natural woods, exposed beams and air ducts describe the industrial design style. Typically using neutral paint colors to highlight the elements.
Organic, simple, clean lines, and functionality describe mid-century modern design style. A wide range of colors from bright hues to earth tones to muted colors and pastels can be used. Also, look for varying heights in furniture and accessories.
This style is all about "less is more" meaning less furniture to create an open feeling. Clean lines, lighter tone woods, neutral colors create that airy feeling. Stripping the space down to its core purpose. Eco-friendly, budget friendly, and less ornamentation.
Bringing the outdoors inside by utilizing natural, unrefined wood elements describes the rustic design style. Exposing any architectural elements adds character to the home. Walls are typically organic material or a neutral color palette. You commonly see bold colors in textiles, fabrics and accessories.
This design is all about doing our part to impact our environment by reducing energy (lighter wall colors to reflect light), recycling (thrift store finds), upcycling (manufacturers help reduce waste), and repurposing furniture. Using organic materials like bamboo, wood (ESC label), wool, natural stone, and synthetic materials made from recycled waste.
Classic and timeless describes the traditional design style. Artwork and family heirlooms tell the history of the space. Both neutral or color paint pallets work well. Dark wood furniture and dark jewel tones are used in textiles, fabrics and accessories.
This is a blend of traditional and contemporary design styles. Neutral colors on large furniture pieces help ground the space and create that open/airy feeling. Subtle patterns for area rugs and a pop of color on accent chairs and pillows will give the finishing touches.
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Eclectic, carefree, adventurous, with an artistic flare best describe this design style. Clean lines, organic and natural materials, and combining textures in textiles.