From modern rustic or Mediterranean to distinguished classic or farmhouse-inspired, the labels assigned to interior design styles seem to be growing.
Gone are the simple labels of traditional, modern and transitional.
One design company that partners with several local builders even lists 12 design styles, ranging from modern edge and industrial chic to new traditional.
But is design really all that complicated or prescribed? Fortunately not. The good news is that all of the new labels indicate more flexibility and overlap between styles than ever before.
For example, the terms Bohemian and transitional and even earth-inspired might draw from two or more categories all at once.
So what’s your
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