Learn Your Design Style in 6 Easy Steps!
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Which couch would you most like to have in your home?
Which color palette would you prefer in your home?
Which bedroom would you like to live in?
Choose your favorite accent color
Which dining room suits you best
Pick the kitchen you want to have in your dream home
You are a modern decorator! You prefer your home to be clean with no clutter and minimal decor. You probably choose plain gray, white, or wood furniture with earthy accent colors like blues, greens, or deep reds. Modern decorators like yourself often love the pop of green from potted plants and succulents. Texture is important to modern decorators and they often have lots of light, natural wood as part of their home whether in the flooring, cabinetry, or even furniture. You should look for a home with large windows and open spaces as you love natural light and the space in your home feeling friendly and open.
You are a contemporary decorator! You like things sleek and clean, but most of all beautiful. Contemporary decorators have a large focus on aesthetics. You're home is likely a blend of textures with neutral colors across the board. Contemporary decorators often choose one bright accent color to make a room pop, but leave the rest in whites, grays, and blacks. You probably like to have a mix of glass and metal in your decorating to make things look new. In general, contemporary decorating often focuses on angles and lines and leaves curves to the more modern style. Contemporary design, by nature, is fluid and changes from year to year, but in recent years has maintained a more minimalist style with a focus on neutral colors with bright accents.
You are a minimalist decorator! Minimalism is often found in other styles like modern and contemporary, but you are a true minimalist. Whites and grays are your friends when you're decorating and furniture that becomes a part of the room instead of standing out is your M.O. Your focus is often on functionality, and decor without a purpose has no place in your home. You might want accent colors but don't feel bad if you prefer the plain. It's beautiful in it's functionality and comfort. The good news is no one will ever call you "extra."
You are an industrial decorator! For people who lean toward the industrial style it's all about the textures. Brick, wood, leather, glass, and steel all balanced perfectly within a room or home is what you're all about. You probably prefer to use darker colors in your decorating, with the exception of one brighter accent color. You don't need to match your furniture, in fact, you revel in the discord and find balance through different styles. For industrialists bigger is often better and you'll usually find large spaces filled with large tables and chairs.
You are a traditional decorator! Your motto tends to be go big or go home. Traditional decorators usually prefer larger furniture that is generally, but not always, a neutral brown, beige, or black. You usually choose dark woods and more muted colors for your accents (I don't mean to say dark colors, but definitely nothing vibrant). You probably love ornamentation on your furniture, especially intricate and delicate wood. You don't shy away from patterns and you have a knack for making sure the patterns throughout your home don't clash.
You're a rustic decorator! You love your wood accents and furniture. The natural wood gives everything a homey feel that you yearn for. You probably like cabins and camping. A rustic decorator like yourself can dabble in the other decorating styles but they almost always include darker wood grain furniture with earthy, muted colors colors. Choosing vibrant accent colors isn't common with rustic decorators. Unique lighting along with beautiful stone are often signatures of a rustic style.