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Module 2: Determining Your Style

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2.1 Style Quiz

Most Common Design Styles and Their Unique Elements:

1. Contemporary:

Evolves over time, borrowing elements from various aesthetics.
Features curved lines, neutral colors, and minimalism.
Emphasizes clean lines, architectural details, and a warm color palette.
Utilizes sleek, simple furniture, and art with open spaces.
Incorporates reflective materials like metal and glass for amplifying natural light.

2. Traditional:

Inspired by 18th and 19th centuries, blending classic art with modern elements.
Showcases dark, rich tones with neutral spaces.
Includes high ceilings, ornate moldings, and wood paneling.
Furniture made of dark woods with ornate details and luxurious fabrics.
Incorporates classic patterns, crystal chandeliers, and detailed accessories.

3. Transitional:

Allows for a mix of different design styles.
Combines classic and modern furniture with various accessories.
Incorporates a blend of materials like wood, glass, and fabric.
Upholstery includes graphic patterns and comfortable materials.
Emphasizes clean lines, neutral palettes, and minimal accessories.

4. Modern Country Farmhouse:

Focuses on functionality and natural elements.
Features rustic, cozy, and character-rich interiors.
Utilizes whites and natural colors, exposed beams, and wide plank floors.
Mixes metals and vintage accessories for a functional look.
Combines elements of comfort, practicality, and rustic charm.

5. Eclectic:

Embraces a mix of styles such as modern, vintage, and industrial.
Features playful and quirky combinations with a dominant style.
Mixes various materials, textures, and patterns.
Creates cohesion through cohesive motifs, textures, and themes.
Encourages a balance of rhythm, proportion, and scale.

6. Minimalist:

Focused on simplicity, efficiency, and the absence of clutter.
Features an open floor plan and lots of natural light.
Utilizes subdued neutrals and monochromatic color schemes.
Emphasizes clean lines, minimal detail, and functional furniture.
Prioritizes simplicity, geometric shapes, and uncluttered spaces.

Get Inspired, check out the inspiration Pinterest board corresponding to your design style:

Click on any of the styles below and you will be directly taken to a Pinterest board curated especially for you!

Action Items

Go through pages 7-17 in your course workbook which are all about determining your style!
After you do this you can take the Style Quiz that is linked here or in the course workbook.
Finally, complete page 18 in the workbook after completing the quiz.

WORKBOOK:


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