InfoContemporary: Contemporary pieces are very neutral in their design and will easily fit into numerous interiors. They are not overly decorated and in general will feature simple and clean lines with smooth surfaces without any carving or adornment. Color palette relies heavily on brown, taupe, cream and pure white. Natural fabrics such as silk, wool, linen, and cotton are used for their textural aspect and inherent neutral hues.Modern: A focus on geometry and angular shapes is a hallmark of modern design. Generally, this style consists of furniture made of glass, metal, synthetic material, leather, glossy finish material and a straining after effect. Wood is almost never to be found as material. The dominating colors are white, black and grey, yet designers create an extraordinary look through shapes and patterns. They move away from tradition and thus stick out. Everything that looks like it follows a non-traditional design falls under this category. Lighting is industrial looking. Textiles will be plain and made of natural materials.Vintage: Vintage pieces are reproductions of furniture or decor designed to create a feeling of nostalgia. Decorative accents often feature authentic eye-catching graphics and designs, often with a distressed or faded finish making them look aged and worn around the edges. Furniture will often be decorative, with carvings or painting featuring natural themes such as flowers, birds or animals in a classical style. Seating follows rounded shapes with soft leather, woven seats or printed fabric on a traditional frame. Bright colours are uncommon.Asian inspired: Asian design is a fusion of several different styles that range from the Japanese and the Chinese to exotic Indian themes. Yet, for most, it is often dominated by oriental influences that have originated in the Far East several centuries ago. Asian designs and themes are largely inspired by the colors of nature, and often decorations mimic scenic landscapes and reinterpret natural colors to suit the interior.Bohemian: Bohemian (or Boho) style aims to stand out from the crowd and represents a counter culture based on creativity and poverty combined. Boho style often focuses on influences from Africa and the Middle East, regions such as Morocco with bright patterned items and geometric shapes. Boho style differentiates itself from Asian Inspired as it is far more colorful and often plays with clashing colors in order to make a bold statement.Mid-century: This style features geometric prints, and simple box-shaped furniture that is often low-slung. Color palette showcases bright yellows, greens and oranges as well as more neutral greys and wood tones. Other items feature themes of items that were popular from the 1930s-1960s.Traditional: Traditional pieces are often made of dark or polished wood with carved detailing forming smooth shapes and lines around tops and legs. Items will typically have a the shape of classical furniture and have a quality, heavy feel to them. Soft furnishings will feature traditional designs such as damask or floral prints and often have tassels. Similar carved styles will be seen on traditional bathroom taps and fixtures, as well as the use of ceramic detailing.Rustic: Rustic furniture is predominantly wooden. Can look like it was made out of actual logs or chunky pieces of wood with the grain clearly showing. Often has a rugged appearance. Pieces will use country themes such as farm or animals and produce and use woven materials or rusty metals but can also be seen in a contemporary setting. Palette is made up of natural, earthy colors.Industrial: Practical and minimalist, industrial style is all about clean lines and raw materials. Industrial spaces often incorporate these three elements: metal, wood, and exposed or weathered features, such as bricks. Prints hint at a different, past use for the materials. Typical elements are: wheels, eye-catching cables, chipped off paint, metal pipes and ledges, patina.Country/Cottage: Generally exemplified by feminine furniture, muted colors, milk-paint finishes and vintage fabrics. Soft, muted colors showing the wear of time. Flea markets and Grandma's attic are the perfect spots for finding items for this style. Pieces with straight lines, painted finishes and very little ornamentation. Accessories include baskets, carved wooden bowls, pottery, pewter and hand-forged metal accents. Floral, checked and striped patterns printed on fabric.Coastal: This style draws inspiration from the seaside and coastal themes. As a result the palette is made up of cool blues, whites, sandy neutrals and grey metals. Crisp cotton and linen fabrics, bold stripes, bead board, unfinished metal, rope and reclaimed wood are the main elements. Motifs such as shells, coral, sea life, and nautical instruments finish the look.Glam: Rich colors, bold geometric shapes, sparkling and ornate detailing. The sharp lines of this style can be found on light fixtures, patterns, mirrors, and more. Mirrored products will fall under this style. Purple, gold, and black is a common palette for this décor scheme.Scandinavian: Keep it simple - this style creates clarity, light and ease, is based on geometric shapes, and clear and simple outlines dominate. A lot of white creates an effortless concept. Scandinavians like things being practical. Decorative colors are never harsh, yet rather muted. Patterns are used rather sparingly, and generally in form of stripes, plaid and flowers. Light wood types, such as spruce, birch or pine are preferred. They create a warm atmosphere and a natural freshness, while also being regenerating materials. Materials, such as cotton, linen or leather, are very popular and are used elaborately.Children's: This style could feature many different themes such as sports, animals and cartoon characters. Bright, vibrant colors are often featured as well as neutral colors and pastels. Furniture often has a simple, unelaborate design.Cabin: This style has elements that will overlap with Rustic but this style focuses more on the lodge/woodland elements rather than a farmhouse theme. Overall Cabin style will be darker and feature unfinished wood and very traditional accents as opposed to Rustic which can overlap with Contemporary.Preppy: Typical preppy styles reflect traditional upper class leisure activities, associated with the wealthy such as polo, sailing, hunting, fencing, crew rowing, lacrosse, golf, tennis, rugby, and swimming. This association with old English inspired outdoor activities can be seen in preppy fashion, through stripes and colors, equestrian clothing, plaid shirts, field jackets, and nautical-themed accessories. These are then carried through to interior details and accents. Key characteristics: multicolored stripes, plaid print, monogrammed details, mixing fabrics, clashing colors and patterns, and sporting memorabilia.Mission/Shaker: This style was originated in the late 19th century and emphasizes simple horizontal and vertical flat panels that accentuate the grain of the wood. This style incorporates handcrafted wood, glass, and metal work creating furniture that is both simple and elegant. Exposed joinery on Mission furniture brings attention to the craftsmanship, while the minimalist design of Shaker furniture focuses on functionality.French: French classical furniture is characterized by curved, ornate lines and painted finishes that are often distressed to give an antique appearance. Pieces often have delicate carving detail, handles or ornamentation. Color palette is characterized by white, cream, pale blue polished wood, and gold.Tropical: Tropical furniture typically features design and accents influenced by or distinct to various world cultures unique to the Tropics. Items featuring rattan, bold shapes, or animal/floral motifs are typical.