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Not your grandmother’s design aesthetic! Today’s traditional design feels current, yet pays homage to Old World elements. Traditional design can lean formal, or can embrace casual country looks. The furniture is comfortable and inviting, while the design details include balanced symmetry, mixed patterns, and prints with restrained scale. Together, these traditional elements create a home of timeless elegance.

Key Traditional Style Elements:

  • Tufted upholstery and furnishings with rolled arms
  • Antiques, either original or refinished for an updated look
  • Rich, darker woods
  • A mix of patterns and florals
  • Design and accessorize in pairs to emphasize symmetry


The best of both worlds. Transitional design bridges the formality of Traditional and the sleek sophistication of Modern. It is a fresh interpretation of the classics, with clean-lined furnishings and streamlined touches. This approach creates contemporary spaces that, at the same time, feel totally timeless.

Key Transitional Style Elements:

  • Comfortable furnishings with clean-lined silhouettes
  • Neutral color palettes
  • Less pattern, more texture
  • Combining sleek accessories with antiques and vintage finds
  • Maximum natural light


This is design decluttered. Modern design is clean and crisp, every chance it gets. Furnishings can have straight, confident lines or a flowing amorphous shape — or combine the two to create your own modern-eclectic look. This design style is often based in a monochromatic color palette, which is then easily popped with accent color and accessorized with large-scale art and sculptural accessories.

Key Modern Style Elements:

  • Furnishings with straight lines or artful, amorphous shapes
  • Uncluttered surfaces
  • Monochromatic color palettes with pops of color
  • Sculptural, well-appointed accessories
  • Metallic and Mid-century Modern elements

Urban Industrial

The Industrial Age comes home! This style was born from rugged urban influences: well-worn warehouses, 1800s machine-centric factories, and open loft living. In Urban Industrial design, unfinished and reclaimed wood is a key element, with exposed mechanicals and repurposed pieces playing strong supporting roles. This easily identifiable look can be used in tandem with other styles, and a few well-chosen pieces — one table, a set of chairs, a reclaimed light fixture — will do the trick.

Key Urban Industrial Style Elements:

  • Exposed mechanicals as a design element
  • Found objects repurposed as furniture
  • Wrought iron and rustic, patinated metallics
  • Less pattern, more texture
  • Open, loft-inspired floor plans

Modern Farmhouse

Meet Country’s cool BFF. Relatively new on the design scene, the Modern Farmhouse aesthetic is traditional country seen through a modern lens. It’s fresh, clean-lined, and warm, with a relaxed flair. Painted and distressed wood, casual oversized seating, and comfy pillows mixed in with country-styled accessories — all hallmarks of this cozy style.

Key Modern Farmhouse Style Elements:

  • Painted and distressed wood furnishings, especially pine
  • Casual, cozy, oversized seating
  • Mixing of antiques with clean-lined accessories
  • Layered textures, patterns, and solids
  • White as a main player in the palette

Country French

Oh, to be in the French countryside! If we can’t be there, we can at least be inspired by it. The French Country look is romantic and relaxed. Furniture is distinctively French, with carvings and curved cabriole legs, with distressed stained and painted wood finishes. Fabrics are almost always a happy mix of textures, small patterns, and florals, with charming accessories displayed in abundance.

Key Country French Style Elements:

  • Carved wood furniture, cabriole legs
  • Sunny yellows, rustic reds, and cobalt blues
  • Accessorizing with French antiques and distressed pine
  • Fabrics in delicate patterns and feminine florals
  • Natural elements like fresh flowers, grasses, and stone

Coastal Beach

Feet up, umbrella drink in hand, the sound of ocean waves crashing in the distance. Get that beach-ready vibe at home by mixing bright colors with plenty of white, and adding casual and comfortable furnishings. No Coastal Beach design is complete without a nod to nature, so look for ways to bring your outdoor experience inside to create an easy-living feel. This style plays well with other styles, like Modern Farmhouse, Modern, and Transitional.

Key Coastal Beach Style Elements:

  • White and bleached woods, with pops of coral and blue
  • Oversized, comfortable furniture
  • Accessorizing with elements of nature: shells, grasses, and driftwood
  • Layered linens, wickers, and woven textures
  • Light and airy


The Zen style puts the ohm in home. Organic materials and handcrafted elements work to evoke a sense of well-being, harmony, and serenity. Monochromatic color palettes help to keep the vibe calm, clean, and streamlined. Asian-inspired details are perfectly at home in this style. Light your candles, make yourself comfortable, and let Zen design help you find—and keep—your center!

Key Zen Style Elements:

  • Furnishings with Asian influences
  • Monochromatic color palettes
  • Clean lines to keep the design focused
  • Handmade accessories displayed thoughtfully
  • Living plants

Mid-Century Modern

What’s old is new—and completely fabulous—again. Mid-Century Modern is a popular minimalist style defined by mid 20th-century modernist designers who played with juxtaposed organic shapes and clean, straight lines. Today, this style is a nod to the past with eyes toward the future. Mix the sleek look into your Modern aesthetic to play up the iconic shapes of the period, or let the fun, iconic style take over throughout your home.

Key Mid-Century Modern Style Elements:

  • Clean-lined furnishings with warm wood accents
  • Accessories with angular, clean lines or organic shapes
  • Bold, geometric prints and cheerful solids
  • A mix of authentic vintage finds with modern, inspired pieces
  • Few, well-chosen accessories

Boho Chic

Well-traveled and naturally cozy, the Boho Chic design style is all about layering on every of-the-earth element. Natural wood, glass, rope, shell, handcrafted textiles, hand-poured candles, handwoven baskets — each element tells its own bohemian, hippie story, and together, they come together to tell your own.

Key Boho Chic Style Elements:

  • Layered natural textures
  • Funky, romantic fabrics and tassels
  • Eclectic, artful accessorizing
  • Abundant pattern, color, and fabric types
  • Handcrafted glass, baskets, and candles


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