There many ways you can express yourself through your home. The patterns you chose, the pictures you display, the colors you incorporate, and the furniture you purchase all come together to create your room’s design theme. Every element and decor piece you put into your home has an opportunity to enhance your room’s overall experience. As we have seen previously in this series, different designs can create different atmospheres. We matched design themes with characteristics associated with their homeowners. Let’s take a look!
An Industrial design takes pride in the work underneath. It is not covered with dry walls and drop ceiling but allows exposed beams, brick walls, and concrete floors to do the talking. This design finds elegance in the unfinished, and it does it quite well. These individuals see the beauty behind the scenes. They cherish the architecture and love to leave it exposed as a final point. Their passion roles over into seeing the beauty in the simple things in life. You do not need an extravagant design to create something rather the appreciation of the construction.
Lights. Camera. Action! Hollywood Glam is a very boastful style. It flourishes with furniture and colors to make a statement. Golds and chromes are commonly used to attract attention. This attention-grabbing design knows how to make a statement. Individuals who love to express themselves through extravagant jewelry and clothing will cherish this look. It shows pride in fashion and a keen eye for design. This style is dapper, trimmed, and classic. Think of this as the tuxedo of room design.
Using earthy tones and open floor plan layouts, Modern design flourishes in an uncluttered, clean-lined, functional atmosphere. Functionality over looks is essential to making this design work. Everything serves a purpose in this design and does it well. This design is very welcoming because of the neutral color palette and airy space. Allowing woods, glossy plastics and metals into the design makes it homier and inviting.
All designs have different ways of changing the atmosphere. What was your favorite design style? Which design style best represents you? Let us know in the comment section.