What Is Your Interior Design Style?

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What Is Your Interior Design Style? - Quiz

Find out your interior design style and learn how to implement that style into your own personal space. I'd love to know what style you guys are so do comment and share to let others get to know their personal style too.


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Minimalist Maven

The minimalist style is one of the most popular. Basically this style is all about efficiency and while minimalists are extreme (getting rid of everything and sleeping on the floor) a minimalist style can just mean less stuff and better organization. The best way to create this simple and clean look in your house is by using sleek and polished surfaces and keeping clutter away by using smart storage spaces. Keep select pieces of furniture that are useful rather than for decoration. This style also makes for easy cleaning.    The minimalist approach also includes the Zen style which is based on the 3 principles of light, space and function and when applied to the home can give you a more relaxed and peaceful state of mind. It uses the bare essentials within a home and each item has its own purpose.  Key colors: Solid colors, anything on the white to black scale with a dash of color Zen key colors: earth tones that are warm and uplifting   

French Lover

This style is fairly classic and a pleasant mix of formal and rustic, using colorful French fabrics and accessories. To achieve this look and feel in your home opt for fluffy cushions with painted furniture usually in pastels and colors that are easy on the eye. The decorative elements that fit with a French country look are furniture with carving, curves, and rich patina with rough plaster walls and timber details. Decorate surfaces with motifs of toile, sunflowers and birds. The cluttered look is what is most endearing about this style so make use of accessories that are made of iron, ceramics, copper, baskets, and tin. Key colors: Pastel colors, light pink, light blue, light green, yellows, oranges, whites  

Eclectic Spirit

You have got ecletic style which means just as it says. You are drawn to various styles and like to combine them, which is great. You think outside the box and that is very much welcomed in design. You like to create a living space that displays important items from possibly your travels, different stages of your life and generally items that are important to you. There are no tips for the eclectic spirit, so just allow yourself to be creative.  

Glamour Puss

Your style is all about Hollywood couture and glamorous drama. Hollywood couture during the era between the roaring 20's and swinging 40's introduced the glitz and glam into interior design. Any item that is bold is welcome with lots of contrast between polished and sleek surfaces to lush fabric such as faux fur. Mix and match textures for this glamorous feel from leather to silk to mohair to velvet to satin and lots of mirrored furnited. When you think of Hollywood glamour you think of intimate social gatherings, everyone dressed in delicate couture, sipping on martini with Lana Del Rey singing in the background. This is what to keep in mind when decorating this space. It is sensual and rich in color and very much over-the-top yet it feels comfortable and dares you to experience its luxury.  Lighting is key in this style in order to create that sexy vibe and to reflect the colors around the room. Go for subtle wall lights and large chandeliars. Key colors: Reds, purples, greys, gold and lots and lots of black  

Victorian Heiress

Love heavy, velvet curtains, pom-pom trimmed furniture and plenty of pillows, you probably lean toward this style. This style compromises on all things grand so furnish with large comfy sofas and lush faux fur throw on it. Use mismatched wood furniture and accessories with a timeworn appearance, including distressed paint.  Key colors: Earthy tones, browns, reds, beiges, greens  

Indian Guru

The Indian style is both exotic and glamorous, reflecting  the style of a huge diverse nation. It is quite similar to Morrocan style which is also ornate and decedant. Introduce decorative elements into your space with the use of overlaying drapes and lots of cushions.  You can go one of 2 ways with Indian decor: either use cold, vibrant colors or burnt, warm colors.  Wood is dominant in this style, both light and dark. One of my favorite deocration pieces is to use a beautifully carved, wooden door as a backdrop (I know just the place in UAE). Use low heigh wooden furniture.  Dim lighting is best for this style to play down the variety of colors. But remember the more colors the better. Have fun with it! Key colors: For warm colors think of all the colors of spices (ex tumeric)                         For cold colors think of a box of markers. Use vibrant colors of Cobalt blue, Fuschia, Turqoise, yellow, orange, reds  

Contemporary Star

When it comes to Contemporary remember less is more, similarly to the minimalist style. However Contemporary can feel more welcoming and homey. Lines, planes, angles is what contemporary is all about. It is great for someone who like to keep current with styles. All items are thoughtfully chosen to avoid clutter, creating the illusion of open space. You are most likely drawn to spaces that have few  items yet bold accents like a single wall that really stands out or generally few large-scale furnishings and accents in a simple room. A contemporary designed room feels airy and expansive with natural light in mind. Choose bold items with clean lines. Smart storage space is what you should focus on in order to keep your space clutter free. Use chrome mettalic accents and use solid or subtle patterned fabric and instead of curtains opt for blinds. Key colors: Solid colors. Go for light coloured interiors with a striking sofa or create dimension by painting a wall in a vibrant color to add some warmth.
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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    When designing your bedroom what do you focus on most?
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      Simple. Efficient.

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      Choosing storage space. You want everything hidden.

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      The perfect bedsheets of course, something silky & lush.

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      Perhaps a 4 poster bed? Lots or drapery?

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      All you want it a simple and relaxing space.

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      Preferably a matching furniture set that looks grand, most likely wooden.

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      Making it comfortable is the most important part of design.

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      I like to display all the goodies I collect while travelling

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