Rugged Charmer | Rustic/Modern Farmhouse
The Modern Farmhouse design takes the comfortable, relaxed feeling from
the classic farmhouse style and adds a modern twist. The rustic charm is
still present, think cozy yet clutter free.
Downright Crafty | Craftsman
Instead of opting for a home that looks mass-produced, this style allows
for a handcrafted and unique look. It celebrates the idea of using
local, natural materials and clean lines to create custom finishes. The
functionality of this home doubles as a sense of charm.
Modern Muse | Contemporary
Contemporary designs feature more state-of-the-art materials like glass
and metals. This style is not designed to overwhelm your senses, but
rather includes basic and essential elements instead.
By George | Colonial Revival
This is the single most popular architectural style in the United
States. It is a mixture of styles that are all uniquely American. The
Colonial Revival style is a classic, understated, stately and
Mad Greek | Greek Revival
With Greek Revival, think grand ancient Greek white marble and
impressive buildings, with a modern-day twist. Usually in this style,
elements of the home are painted white to resemble the white marble that
encased expensive buildings in Greece. You will notice that many homes
will have bold details yet keep their simplicity.
Laid back | Coastal
Coastal style is a collection of laid-back, cozy, and casual designs
that reflect an easy-going way of life near the coast. This style being
featured is typically considered American Coastal.
French Twist | Art Deco
When you’re thinking of incorporating roaring ‘20s movie-star glam to
your home, Art Deco is the way to go. It exudes an image of glamour,
luxury, modernism and style. If you are looking for a design that will
enhance and embellish simple objects in your home, then you are in the
Zentastic | Asian Inspired
Asian styles are often largely inspired by colors of nature and
decorations include mimicking scenic landscapes and reinterpret natural
colors to match the interior. The end goal is a relaxed and laid-back
Modern Minimalist | Scandinavian
Scandinavian design is marked by a focus on clean, simple lines, minimalism, and functionality without sacrificing beauty. It also focuses on natural elements an thrives on simplicity.
Spanish Rendezvous | Mediterranean
A blend of Spanish and Italian architecture, Mediterranean
homes are dominant in warm-weather locations like California,
which also has Spanish influences.
Cozy Dwelling | Rustic Cabin
Rustic Cabin homes have a woodsy vibe and rustic simplicity.
They boast cozy features like a fireplace and are inviting to all who visit.
Wood elements are the most prominent and the simplicity that comes with the style is noticeable in a good way.
Storybook Charm | Modern Cottage
The Modern Cottage look embraces the antique aesthetic,
but folds in modern elements such as moody paint colors,
reclaimed wooden pieces, and chunky textiles.
The goal is always comfort that feels homey and welcoming.
Keep it Classic | Traditional
Traditional style homes are comforting and classic.
The overall ambiance of traditional decor is homey, understated,
and non-jarring. Consistency is key, as traditional design seeks to create a calm,
orderly space, so furnishings will match, symmetry is huge, and everything seems to just go together.
Boho Chic | Bohemian
Bohemian or Boho decorating is for those who want their homes full
of life, culture, and interesting items for all the world to see. This aesthetic
hovers around modern sensibilities and embraces the carefree, relaxed, and the unusual.