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Natural

What does natural actually mean? Is there a difference between beige and taupe or between a warm and a cool neutral? Natural isn’t as simple as grey, brown and beige; it’s every shade in-between. Natural styles are not boring, and in fact, can be exciting. 

 

You might choose this decor if you are after a relaxing atmosphere, you might want to make a statement or help something stand out. This interior design is all about a balanced and carefully edited mix of elements.  It highlights organic shapes with subtle interest, tonal textural plays, and a relaxed appeal with light colored spaces with warm undertones. Hints of texture and focus are brought in via art, plants and textiles such as a small throw or rug.

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baja

You regularly see elements of modern Mexican interior design on inspiration feeds and in local restaurants and hotels as the style blends of rustic and updated looks so right for the peninsula.

If you’re looking to add a sense of warmth, personality, and character with a hint of tradition, there are great, tried-and-true interior design practices to add just a touch of casita character with a modern approach throughout your home.  Rooted in rustic charm, peppered with warmth and current elements, the Baja style is a somewhat casual interpretation of historical architecture.  Striking just the right balance of rural and refined, modern Baja decor emphasizes comfort and casual living with contemporary sensibilities reflective of today’s times. 

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family friendly

You have to stop yourself from letting your kids take over the entire house and consider new ways you to keep your home up to date without compromising comfort.  Staying committed to how you want to decorate doesn’t need to be a challenge or a kid focused eyesore.

This style will introduce fabrics that can withstand spills and flooring alternatives that look good and but are easy to clean.  Add family friendly and visually appealing,  bold and expressive prints to keep the eye bouncing from area to area, without honing in on kid zones.  With this style you can incorporate what you love about adult decor and still keep everyone happy and feeling welcome.

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Family Playing Room
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bold

From moody rooms with intriguing architectural features to indulgent dark accent walls, all of your dramatic flair is injected into your space.  Combine natural wood, deep colors and succulent fabrics against soothing neutrals for just the right balance.  This style considers mixes that won't become too masculine, but will lend a gender-neutral vibe retaining a comfortable spirit rather than one that is rigid and overbearing.

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Classic

There’s something to be said about a well-judged, well-appointed, elevated living space.  It provides visually easy to appreciate vignettes with fabrics and surfaces that appeal to a simple, but classic taste.  Classic interior design isn’t always about investing in the most expensive things, your home can look more luxurious without spending a fortune.  What visiting guests see, will reflect your own sophisticated taste and personality. 

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eclectic

Are you looking for a care and fuss-free freedom that’s unquestionably unique and exotic?  You may choose to boast a globally inspired eclectic style. A comfortable mix of vintage finds and antique furnishings, this style touches on hints of everyday charm via crystal extras, beaded fabrications, jewel tones, and overall relaxed mood.

If you keep an open mind about the possibilities and admire the idea of beautifully rendered juxtapositions, this may just be the perfect interior design style to consider. Eclectic style combines elements with wild variation, challenging your aesthetic limits by bringing in unexpected surprises.  This design direction is all about sophisticated fun and truly unique spaces that looks like no one else’s.  

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modern

One of the most thoroughly sleek interior design styles to consider, people often tend to confuse modern with minimalism with a stark coldness and uncomfortable severity – which is hardly the case at all. In fact, there’s even a warmer take on minimal interior design (warm minimalism) that’s full of no-fuss, clean elegance.

 

Think simplicity, refinement, and a deft hand at sumptuous comfort and functionality. The key here is to keep rooms spare and well-edited with printless fabrications and décor extras that must serve a dual purpose. When thinking modern interior design styles trends, think of an art gallery or museum as a reference with their pulled together approach to filling a space with the barest of essentials that still feature a lively sense of drama either organic or abstract

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traditional

Ground-breaking art, gourmet textural delicacies and an impeccably refined and studied sense of style, the aesthetic joys of traditional design are injected in everyday aspects of your life.

 

Celebrated for centuries, traditional interiors include quintessential elegant decor that give your home a savvy dose of  allure while evoking your personality.  From purposeful prints and patterns that manage to evoke a sense of balance, to an antique armoire set amongst a mid-century modern grouping, the trick is to use cultivated contrasts to make each room look substantial.

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industrial loft

You love the look of polished concrete, bare wood floors and exposed brick.  They’re masculine and industrial, as well as being warm and welcoming.  You're the kind of person that would easily make a focal point out of your bike – mount it on the wall or ceiling for a cool and functional artistic display. 

 

In industrial loft design, furniture pieces are made from simple materials with minimal detailing. Wrought iron chairs can be made more beautiful by adorning it with attractive cushions and throw pillows. Pairing lighting fixtures with exposed bulbs, and implementing monochromatic colors are some interesting ways to bring this modern and functional feeling to your living space.  

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light & bright

You approach life with a positive attitude and always explore new ways to inspire your energy.  While you still appreciate your signature tones from room to room, you love to experiment with brighter shades and energetic patterns. 

 

This light approach to design inspires clever rethinking of how your home looks.  Just as spending time with family and friends is considered a form of self care, welcoming bright colors and streaming sunlight into your home will infuse your space with energy while elevating your spirit.  The phrase “pops of color” is born in the design world. There has never been a doubt about the mood elevating impact of richly saturated hints of the unexpected. 

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Bright Living Room
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