When you buy a new home from Fiesta Homes, you can have it customized to meet your style preferences and your family’s needs. But, to really make it feel like your home, you need to add all the interior design elements. Here are a few styles to consider to create an inviting atmosphere that reflects your style.
The traditional style is,
perhaps, one of the most popular styles because it so readily lends itself to a “homey” feel by layering textures, patterns and warm colors. A traditional décor may include:
Traditional home décor features lots of accents and accessories—e.g., wall hangings, vases, decorative shelves, floor and table-top planters, candles, etc.
Although interior design professionals recognize modern and contemporary as two different styles, they have so many similarities that they are often used interchangeably by DIY home decorators. This design scheme involves clean, crisp lines, minimal color and “cool” surfaces and textures—i.e., metal and glass. Modern/contemporary design often makes use of monochromatic furnishings and only one or two bright colors for accents. In modern/contemporary homes, most furnishings and features, like shelves, are functional rather than purely decorative.
Transitional strikes a balance between the warmth and decorative flourishes of the traditional style and the sleek efficiency of themodern/contemporary style.
The French Country style evokes a historic vibe with heirloom-style furniture and highly ornate furnishings. In a stark contrast from the neutral and/or cool palate of modern/contemporary style, French Country embraces rich, warm hues—reds and golds—that
accentuate the deep tones of dark-finished woods.
The rustic style blends a sense of functional minimalism with the warmth of nature in country-inspired accents and furnishings. Rustic style often incorporates wicker and distressed-finished woods and features functional pieces as decorative accents when not in use.
The Bohemian style marries nearly any element you fancy into an integrated design that is distinctly you. Bohemian décor often includes rich, vintage-style pieces, like furniture and rugs, with more modern-inspired furnishings, such as sleek light fixtures and floating shelves. Bohemian décor may achieve a blend of styles by repurposing what are conventionally decorative pieces into more functional ones.
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