Interior Design Styles
At the start of any interior design project, it’s always a good idea to define what style should be incorporated to create in our own home in order to feel good in that environment.
Although the top 5 design styles are typically Modern, Contemporary, Traditional, Industrial/Urban, and Classic, decorating styles have dramatically evolved over the centuries. Many of these styles were created out of previous styles and have evolved into very unique forms that allow us to express individual personality and taste.
Come join us and explore a few fun and adventurous approaches to design.
INTERIOR DESIGN STYLES: TONAL CHIC
Create a modern tonal chic decor style by using one or two colors or by layering pale neutral shades of toffee, cream and caramel. A modern feel can be achieved by incorporating a tonal palette enhanced with reflective surface treatments such as gleaming hints of brass or silver that catch the light. These clean lines don’t need to be cold and minimalistic – add layers of earthy organic pieces, lush layers and contemporary pieces. One of our favorite interior designers is Mollie Johnson. Her interiors lean toward a pared-down palette, yet each one is incredibly inviting and unique. “When you have one or two colors, it’s just much easier on the eye. It’s quieter than a bunch of shades, but can be more elegant and beautiful.” – Mollie Johnson. Photo Credit: Bernhard Design
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