What’s your style?

For anyone that truly knows me, you know that I hate “labeling” myself as having a certain style of decorating because I love elements from many different styles.  So with that being said, I would say that my style is my own personal style.  So, what is your style?

Here is a description of the most common decorating styles often heard…

Contemporary style:

Interiors typically use neutral elements, bold color and focus on the basics of line, shape and form.

Traditional style:

Typically elegant in design; may incorporate different types of furniture from many countries and several periods of time.

Country style:

Common attributes of this style are simple or primitive furniture as well as muted colors; inspiration for interiors can come from many different regions and countries resulting in many variations.

Transitional style:

Blend of traditional and contemporary furniture; lines are straight or curved; a sophisticated classic look.

Eclectic style:

Reflects the use of items from a variety of periods and styles which are pulled together through color, texture, shape and finish.

I believe that more and more people are breaking free from “labeling” themselves as having one particular style and deciding to make their own personal style.  Your personal style is a reflection of your own character and preferences which might include elements of all styles listed above.  I always tell people that your home and furnishings should reflect your and your family’s personality, taste and lifestyle!

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