How Your Personal Fashion Sense Directs Your Interior Design Aesthetic

Fashion and interior design go hand in hand.  Your personal dressing style is a reflection of you and plays a huge part in how you design your home.  Here are four major categories of design defined and detailed on how it translates into your home:

1) Traditional – this style says that you are all about what is timeless.  From tailored suits to classic pieces, your sense of style is one that transcends time and place.  When it comes to decor, your go to pieces are old world styles where beauty is found in the details.  You are particularly drawn to warm wood finishes and rich colors that provide a feel of luxury to your space.

traditional interior design

2) Contemporary – You generally follow modern ideas of fashion.  You gravitate towards fashion forward pieces that have clean lines and structure.  Within the interior design realm, you subscribe to the idea of “less is more.”  You tend to seek cooler colors and generally choose grays and blacks as your neutrals.

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3) Transitional – You like to blend traditional and modern elements together.  When it comes to interior design, you have a great respect for fine details and craftsmanship but tend to lean towards the minimalist approach of contemporary style.

transitional

4) Casual – You generally tend to seek out styles that are suitable for everyday use, pieces that are relaxed and comfortable.  You want your home to feel welcoming and lived in and therefore tend to gravitate towards pieces that have character.  You prefer prints and colors that are cheery and bright.

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