iCoastal / Tropical: These products are influenced by styles from overseas and often include such elements as rattan, sea grass, wicker, palm trees and seashells. Cottage: Cottage style pieces are generally smaller scale upholstery pieces that are slipcovered or pictured in plaid or floral fabrics. Mission / Shaker: Mission style items have lots of vertical slats, and simple horizontal-vertical lines. Shaker furniture is very simple, similar to mission without the slates, often made from darker wood tones.Rustic / Lodge: Lodge style is a rugged look where upholstery piece may have natural wood accents. Transitional: Transitional pieces are simpler than traditional, but not 100% modern. Soft, clean lines, but lacking ornate detail like the traditional style.Traditional: Traditional pieces often have rolled or slightly curved arms. Many will have nail head or wood inlay along the base and up the arms or have tufted cushions. Most feet are wooden blocks and the top of the back shape is straight across or has a slight humpModern / Contemporary: Modern furniture pieces are very simple and can be non-traditional shapes and sizes.Casual: Casual style is designed for comfort rather than aesthetics. Casual products often have pillow top arms, which are fluffy cushions sewn on the top / inside side of the arm and additional pillow top seat cushions that make it very comfortable.