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Styles

While some interior design firms say they can create any look, we believe in staying in our lane. Below are a number of the styles and looks we have experience in designing and feel comfortable exploring with our clients.

Modern Farmhouse

The style made famous by Chip and Joanna Gaines of HGTV's "Fixer Upper",  the modern farmhouse style has a number of elements that are very popular with homeowners of all ages. This style is usually defined by light and airy paint colors with a touch of dark or bold coloring. Light wood stains, simple/clean lines provide a contemporary, yet warm aesthetic to any home with this style. Other key elements of a Modern Farmhouse include; textured fabrics, galvanized steel, wood beams, a layered neutral color palette, and vintage pieces for furniture and accessories.

Modern Farmhouse
Traditional

Traditional

Often considered to be one of the design trends that has the most longevity, Traditional design is rooted in  classic traditions of the past without being tied  to a specific time period. Traditional rooms are set up to be functional, family-friendly and comfortable and usually include a nice area for gathering. Neutral color palettes, accompanied by cotton, wool, damask and silk textiles round out this type of home decor

 

Mid-Century Modern

Originating in Germany and once known as "Bauhaus" style, Mid-Century Modern design comes and goes in popularity. Those who are fans of this MCM are often purists and demand high-quality furnishings that will last for several decades. Key elements of this aesthetic include; uncluttered and sleek lines, geometric patterns, minimal ornamentation, and a good mix of different materials. If you're lucky enough to have or afford an Eames chair, this is your go-to style for life.
Mid-Century Modern
Contemporary

Contemporary

A contemporary style of decorating is defined by simplicity, sophistication, innovative use of texture, clean lines, and low-profile furniture pieces. These types of interiors tend to focus on the actual space vs. things within the space. Neutrals, black and white are the universal color scheme for Contemporary design.  Strong and highly visible lines are evident in a contemporary home. If this is your style, you live by the adage that less is more.


Transitional

Rooted in a combination of traditional and contemporary design, most American homes would fall into the "transitional" category for design style. The transitional style is all about balancing a relaxed feel with contemporary details to bring a warm and cohesive look to a space. Tonal and textural fabrics, modern lighting, and comfort are key to success when decorating any transitional space. 
Transitional
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