My Interior Design Style

2/24/2009 Anelieze Castrejon 1 Comments

What is your decorating style? Let the interior designer in you find out by taking this quiz!

Found on http://www.sproost.com via http://howaboutorange.blogspot.com/2009/02/quiz-find-your-decorating-style.html

My styles:

43% Cottage Chic
29% Modern Elegance
28% French Eclectic

It's typical that my styles would be pretty much an even mix of a few styles~I'm quite picky about styles. I am mostly inclined to classic & clean-lines, but like every designer, I am drawn to ornamental, flowery patterns now and then.


Cottage Chic
Who says that cottages can't be modern and chic? Who says that they have to be floral and cheesy? Not you! You love the carefree spirit that the cottage interior inspires, but you are also serious about your appreciation for modern art and hip treasures. You love old and new alike, and love to highlight them all to expose the uniqueness of each. What better way to show off these treasures than with a light background?

Modern Elegance
Variety is the spice of life! And nowhere is this truer than in the design of your home. You may love contemporary, but wish it wasn't quite so cold and austere, or perhaps you're drawn to traditional rooms but you'd like to create a less cluttered and busy space. Transitional Style is here to marry those apparent contradicting designs.
And guess what? It's the contradictions that make the mix of contemporary and traditional so successful. The result is an elegant room that appeals to young and old alike. A sofa with modern lines blends seamlessly with a pair of traditional chairs. New fabrics work so well on antique pieces. It turns out that modern art looks even more exciting above a collection of traditional pieces. The room feels simple and sophisticated, elegant and hip.

French Eclectic
Parlez-vous fran├žais? Even if the answer is no, you can confidently say your home does! French Eclectic somehow manages to be both formal and casual, classy and unassuming at the same time. You like your spaces to feel inviting from the moment you (or your guest) opens the front door and this feeling should continue even after you've entered your most formal room.
Even though there are French antiques here and gold details there, the rustic country elements provide a balance and warmth that seems to say, "come in, relax and stay a while." Your love of antiques leads you to flea markets, garage sales and hours of eBay hunting.

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1 comment :

  1. i did this quiz... my three are rustic revival, traditional country, and french eclectic. we have one in common!

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