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Houzz.com provides great style guides for your home. What’s your style??

Reminder: Don’t forget to protect your walls! Add customization to your decoration strategies and consider adding in a rail system for your pieces. But while you’re still brainstorming your motif, enjoy a few samples from their great categories:

1. Rustic

Your Decorating Style

Rustic never goes out of style as it uses everything our ancestors would use, but with a modern twist. This classic style features natural warmth, organic shapes, textures, and brings back memories of simpler times.

2. Contemporary

Contemporary style

Contemporary features minimal accessories, smooth profiles, and subtly patterned fabrics. When you think of contemporary, think of the opposite of traditional décor. Think of the here, now, and what is on trend.

3. American Gothic

American Gothic style

American Gothic is characterized by metal rooms, black, barn red, denim blue, and Gothic windows. The design is reminiscent of rural farms in Early America.

4. Eclectic

Eclectic style

Eclectic is a mix of style, if you can’t decide on just one and want to mix them all together, go ahead as it is a design style. Eclectic does not me chaotic, but it does mean featuring your own personal style as a combination of decors.

4. Hollywood Regency

Hollywood Regency

Hollywood Regency is all about glitz, glamor, and elegance. If you love crystal chandeliers, pearls, and Marilyn Monroe, Hollywood Regency is a good choice.


 

Juan Gil

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