Do you love the comfort and calm of the coast? Create the feeling in your home with this Coastal style, inspired by the iconic U.S. beachside. Beachy blues and greens complement whitewashed wood to create a breezy, relaxed environment.
The Craftsman style draws inspiration from the fine woodworking and craftsmanship of the late 19th century. Featuring muted earthy tones with beautiful dark accents, this style is sure to bring subtle warmth and sophistication to any space.
Deriving the best idea's, styles or tastes from a broad and diverse range of sources. To put it simply, these are rooms that marry old and new, antique and contemporary, serious and fanciful. If done correctly the look is amazing but it can go off the rails pretty fast.
Mid-century Modern merges simplified shapes with a variety of unique textures. Introduce the flair of the ‘50s and ‘60s into your home for a functional and stylish environment. This distinct style seamlessly transitions from fun and casual to formal.
Sleek and sophisticated, the Modern style uses crisp lines with a simple color palate to make a statement. Aluminum accents and high-gloss cabinetry bring your space into the future, while maintaining an inviting and functional feel.
Experience the comfort of the French countryside with warm, earthy colors on ornamental and worn wooden furnishings. Arched or mullion doors with glazed stains and paints are common, and fill any room with classic farmhouse charm.
Rustic design draws from natural inspiration, using raw or unfinished elements like wood and stone to add character and charm to every surface. The look can be transportive, capturing the mood of a mountain retreat, or idyllic country cottage.
The comforting, classic style of Traditional design can elevate any kitchen to heirloom status. Sculpted edges, raised panels, and rich wood tones offer a sense of understated elegance rooted in European sensibilities.
Transitional design borrows from Traditional and Modern styles to build a space equally inspired by masculine and feminine accents. Transitional design uses a neutral palette with wood accents to create a warm, balanced environment.
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