Home’s contain all of the style and personality as humans do! They reflect a particular vibe, provide a certain feel, and represent unique characteristics that differ from other homes. Depending on your taste and style preference, a home can be categorized into distinct groups. Which group does your home belong to?
Modern homes are very chic and clean in design. They are often defined as a style that says a lot with a little. In other words, modern style homes require very minimal decor to portray a beautiful interior. The overall design often comes from the use of geometric shapes, clean lines, and contrasting colors (heavy usage of black and white is commonly found within these style homes). In addition, modern houses typically have a large and open floor plan, allowing for a lot of sunlight to enter the room and create a warm and welcoming ambiance.
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Traditional homes are somewhat casual and portray a very “familiar” look. They often encompass simple and comfortable furniture pieces, popular patterns, and a warm color palette. They portray the appearance of the often-seen home magazines with a brick exterior and large, front patio. The best part of traditional styles is the plethora of decor and accessories you can find to fit within this category. Also, the design is not restrictive and appeals to all age groups, so don’t be shy and get shopping!
Transitional homes are exactly what it sounds like – a transition from the old world to new world! The style incorporates traditional furniture pieces, materials and fabrics that equate to a classic, timeless design. Different from traditional homes, transitional interiors often embody wood tones and subtle geometric patterns. The mix and match of different designs and techniques creates the overall appeal and aesthetic of a transitional home.
The most popular design in recent remodel projects is the modern farmhouse style home. Modern farmhouse homes appear as a relaxed farmhouse with added modern touches. It often contains wooden beams and flooring, white kitchen, decor and cabinetry, and black, modern lighting fixtures and accessories. The overall look appears less rustic and more sophisticated than your typical farmhouse. Stainless steel, unique combinations of patterns, and quartz countertops are often found within these homes.