What is Your Interior Design Style?
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Little Miss Modern
Modernist Traits: Clean, crisp lines, a simple colour palette are your go-to colour palette. Simplicity is your friend. Your dream space is a sleek and decluttered space where it exudes a modern and luxurious feel to showcase your classy taste. Materials to be Used: Metal, glass and steel Pro Tips: Stick to neutrals, streamlined furniture, and do not overdo it with decor pieces. Less is more in your book.
Scandinavian Traits: You are attracted to the clean and simple design which is from the Nordic countries. You love the artistic yet simple design of the Scandinavian furniture. Functionality gives you a thrill but you're as equally fond of the interesting lines of each element. Materials to use: All-white colour palettes while incorporating natural light woods, plastics, enamelled aluminium, steel and wide plank flooring. Pro Tips: If you are looking for a splash of colour, the use of art, natural fibre throws or furs, or a single piece of furniture is where you will get it. Less is more. Do not clutter the space with decor and remember functional furniture is a very important element in this design.
Mid-Century Traits: Lets throwback to the design of mid-1900s - 1950 and 60s to be exact. You aren't afraid of throwing a retro-vibe into the space, and why not? It adds personality, fun and nostalgia to the room. Materials to be Used: Pared-down forms, natural or organic shapes and easy-to-use contemporary designs. Pro Tips: This style has elements of minimalism and a "fuss-free" vibe. Don't be shy to add various elements to the room in terms of organic shapes and patterns. Don't shy away from colour, but be careful not to over do it.
Bohemian Traits: You are carefree, you don't allow rules to run your life and the norm of society repels you. You like a combination of vintage pieces, globally inspired textiles and showcasing items you have found on your travels. Furniture pieces do not necessarily match and you are a fan of casual seating arrangements, especially ottomans and beanbags to allow for your friends to come and hang out comfortably and feel at home. Materials to use: Various textile textures and patterns and vintage pieces. Do not be shy to overdo it with certain pieces to create that warm and welcoming space Bohemians are so good at creating. Pro Tip: Create a space that looks well lived in with worn-looking rugs, a glam crystal chandelier and a mid-century chair. Bohemians collect items from their world travels, you can replicate this by strategically choosing items to replicate this look, even if you have never left your Province.
Glamorous Traits: Your style is also known as Hollywood Glam. You aren't shy to showcase your luxurious side. Nothing is too over-the-top or opulent for you. You are one who likes to make a statement and certainly wants to show their guests just how fancy their lifestyle is. Materials to Use: Velvets, plush, tuftings, antiques, golds or silvers Pro Tips: Combine bold colours with blacks and whites to create the extra statement. These colours should be turquoise, purples and rich pinks. Use silver and chrome items tastefully, but be sure not to use too much of it.
Coastal Traits: This is also known as Hamptons Style. You enjoy the feeling of light, airy colour palettes with cool neutral shades. Blue and greens are a must in the space. Beige and white furniture is often used to create that crisp clean feel. Materials to Use: Wood accessories and elements can be used which is reminiscent of the beach. Blue patterned or striped cushions and throws can be used generously on white or beige furniture items to replicate the look. Pro Tips: Use a similar blue tone when furnishing the space. Use blue on items such as scatters, blinds or curtains, vases, lamp shades, rugs and other elements are a great way to create this look.
Cool & Contemporary
Contemporary Traits: Simplicity, subtle sophistication, deliberate use of texture, and clean lines are all you. Space is the centre of the attention, not clutter. Contemporary interiors are sleek and fresh. Heavily textured fabrics in plain colours for window treatments, pillows, or rugs are used to bring warmth to the modern elements. Materials to be Used: Metal, stone, and opaque or clear glass works Pro Tips: Avoid colourful prints. Keep the space the main attraction. Stick to neutrals, streamlined furniture, and do not overdo it with decor pieces. Less is more in your book. Two-toned and geometric prints should be used - such as a bold black and white rug under a plain sofa, or a large zebra print scatter cushion on a neutral couch. This assists in anchoring the solid coloured sleek furniture.
Industrial Traits: You gain all inspiration from urban loft living. You love the feeling of rawness this style brings. Exposed bricks, ductwork, pipes and wood give you a thrill. Your dream space would be a renovated loft from an old industrial building. Think high ceilings, old timber and dangling metal light fixtures with sparse functional furniture. There may possibly be one or two pieces of abstract art or photography to add a dash of colour to an otherwise neutral colour scheme derived from the primary materials of wood and metals. Materials to be Used: High ceilings, old timber and dangling metal light fixtures with sparse functional furniture. Pro Tips: One or two pieces of abstract art of funky oversized photography can be added to the space for a splash of colour, but the neutral and natural elements of the room is what creates the vibe you love.
French Country & Fabulous
French Country Traits: A warn and ornamental feel is what you are drawn to in design. The inner nature lover in you is what makes this style scream "home" to you. Warm and earthy colours are used, as well as various natural textures and wooden elements. Materials To Be Used: Raw elements such as wood, brass and linens. Stone and brick are a huge part of this style. Pro Tip: Soft tones of red, yellow and gold can be used to create this style. Don't be shy to hang up those porcelain dishes, textured quilts and brass decor you had in storage. Embrace your inner Farm Style.
Oh-so Shabby Chic
Shabby Chic Traits Vintage Style is your inspiration! Your style is feminine and soft and delicate. You like your ornate items which you have collected over the years, and you are not afraid of some decor items. Materials to Use: Antique-style paint, distressed wood. Pro Tips: Stay away from modern pieces with straight lines. You can stick with creams, whites and pastel colour tones to create your dream space.