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Style Guide


Industrial

Industrial
A sense of unfinished rawness such as exposed brick, ductwork, concrete, metal and wood.

Eclectic

Eclectic
Encompasses a variety of periods, that are melded together using specialty colors, textures, shapes and finishes.

Country

Country
Extensive use of white wood paneling, rustic wood, soft floral, checked and striped fabric patterns. Muted hues. Red, black, or pure white accents.

Zen

Zen
Earthy colours, natural and light fabrics. Soft and natural light. Simple and natural furniture. Minimal ornaments and decorations.

Scandinavian

Scandinavian
Warm functionality, clean lines, flawless craftsmanship and understated elegance, earthy muted tones, natural materials and minimal ornamentation.

Resort

Resort
​Thatch roofing, coconut wood, bamboo poles, teak wood, stone, bricks. Use of rich palettes such as fuschia, yellow and orange.

Victorian

Victorian
Opulent and luxurious. Ornate and flamboyant accessories. Complex patterns that range from flora and fauna to geometric patterns, stripes and damasks.

Minimalist

Minimalist
Simplicity in form and function. Streamlined furniture. A calm palette or limited color choice which makes the space feel serene and less chaotic.

Vintage

Vintage
Rustic and elegant. Use of old-looking furniture and decor, natural materials such as wood, stone, forged elements and natural fabrics.

Modern

Modern
A sense of simplicity. Clean, crisp lines, a simple colour palette and the use of materials that include metal, glass and steel.

Contemporary

Contemporary
Ever-evolving design which shifts subtly over time. Neutral, masculine color palette. Sleek and clean lines with inclusion of oversized and/or colorful art.

Retro

Retro
Bold colors, intricate patterns, more over the top than understated. Loud, busy vibes. "Funky".

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