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Decor Style Quiz

By January 17, 2020February 17th, 2020Decor
decor style quiz

Welcome back, everyone! For this week’s blog post, I’m trying something new – a decor style quiz!

Did you just buy a new home, and want a fresh start with the look of your living place? Maybe it’s your first real place, and you can finally get rid of all the hand-me-down furniture and leftovers from your college place. Maybe your old decor style just feels kind of outdated or just old to you. No matter the reason, the result is the same – you need to figure out what you want your new style to be!

Now, maybe you have some idea already, but if you don’t – or even if you do – you might feel a little overwhelmed trying to figure out what you want. If you are, don’t worry – that’s what this decor style quiz is for! Just look at a few pictures, answer a few questions, and I’ll try to give you a good starting point to jump off of when choosing your new home decor.

If you want to check out some popular decor styles, but don’t feel like taking a quiz, check out this post!

And if you’re looking for a great place to go to shop for some now home decor, be sure to check out Vintage Home in Paoli!

Choose a bedroom.

Source; Instagram

It's just a little chilly out - which jacket do you want to wear?

Choose a kitchen.

Source; Instagram

How would you describe your personal style?

Choose a living area.

In your wildest dreams, where would you like to live?

Choose a dining room.

Source: Instagram

Are you more of a city person or a country person?

Do you like your home more neat or lived-in?

Last question: Which color palette do you like best?

Which Interior Design Style Should You Try?
French Country Style

french country decor

You're a sophisticated, chic, and like bright, lighter colors. You like touches of the classic, but don't want things to feel too stuffy or ornate. You're the best of both worlds when it comes to classy or casual, and your home should reflect that! Often referred to as "farmhouse," the French Country style embraces the same idea of natural beauty and simplicity, but also adds a few more opulent elements, like small chandeliers, plush pillows, and padded chairs. It also tends to be a touch more colorful, adding florals, pastels, plaids, and metallic colors like gold into the mix.
Industrial Style

industrial decor

You like utility, rules, and usefulness. You like the things around you to look good AND have purpose - and you're not afraid to spend time searching for them. You're more a city than country, and you like dark colors. Industrial style is the decor style for you. Modeled after the basic, bare-bones looks of urban factories and warehouses, with bare brick or cement walls, exposed light fixtures, visible beams and pipes and high ceilings, industrial decor has been on a huge upward trend recently. The furniture features a lot of wrought iron and other metals, as well as unfinished wood, and tends to be more functional than stylish. This style tends to be a little darker, and more basic in tone.
Rustic Style

rustic decor

You love nature, the outdoors, and like everything to look natural and simple. You're definitely more rural than urban, and part of you has always longed to live in a little cottage or a cabin in the woods. Rustic style is perfect for you! Sometimes called “shabby chic,” this style embraces natural imperfections, especially in wood, which is often left unfinished or with chipped or worn paint. Everything looks handcrafted. This style embraces pale, clean colors in order to bring out the natural beauty of the home itself.
Bohemian Style

boho decor

You want Bohemian style, where the only rule is that there are no rules! Often shortened to just Boho, this style tends to be brighter and more whimsical than any other style, and often includes flea market purchases, unconventional furniture choices, plants, and a lot of very personal, individualistic details. (Think Monica’s apartment in Friends: It doesn’t look like it was planned, it looks like it just sort of…happened. Yet it’s still very visually pleasing!)

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