I’ve written a bunch of posts about your favorite interior design styles and how to apply them to perfection in your space. To make your life easier, I have them all below with the main components of each design style and suggestions on how to incorporate these into your home. With gorgeous images you’ll be able to visualize how each style is created, and you’ll get inspired to express yourself through your favorite style in your own home!
Let’s talk about how to create a cottage style look in your home. The cottage style is very diverse. It’s actually quite similar to the shabby chic style. But there are certain elements that carry through no matter what direction you choose to go…
The shabby chic style appeals to so many people that I consider it one of the most-loved styles of design. Let’s see what I love about this style so much and why you should love it too! (Continue reading…)
Though it seems like just a bunch of “stuff,” eclecticism is a careful curation of that “stuff.” So how do we achieve a cohesive look? I thought you’d never ask! (Continue reading…)
Art Deco is one of my favorite styles. I can’t think of anything that is more quirky and fun than an Art Deco interior.
The traditional interior design style has roots in many places: 18th and 19th century France and England are the big ones, mixed with a few Eastern locations. You would probably dub it as “classic” or “homey”; there are no surprises with the traditional style.
Less is more…it’s really true! Minimalism is a style that I really enjoy but until now haven’t found to be attainable—I’ve already changed my own mind on that, and hopefully you’ll change yours too! (Continue reading…)
I’m very excited to introduce you to Industrial Design! Industrial is fabulous & here to stay! It can be polished and expensive, it can be rough and cost-effective, masculine, feminine…you name it- industrial style can handle it! Industrial style embraces the basic structures of an interior and makes beauty out of the things that we typically try to hide.
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