My favorite candle, of course!New House = New Projects. Therefore, tools.Alcohol of some sort, in hopes they'll open it at the party.décor for those freshly painted walls or untouched coffee tables.Movie night basket!Some good old-fashioned, homemade goodness.
I like my kitchen how I like my food, warm.Simple, traditional, does the job.Rustic; a space for homemade and homegrown cuisine.Spick and Span; I like new appliances and a big space.The kitchen isn't a big priority of mine. Take me to dinner or grab some take-out. Works for me!Is there going to be room for my arts & crafts?
I like to be balanced, so something that can move up and down whenever I please.Drapes are also decor.The shaded look keeps both light and privacy inside.Not really a shades or shutters person, but still need something there to cover my windows.Basic shades do the job.Nothing! Let there be light!
Build! I want my own ideas and to be the first to make memories under the roof.Already built, please! I'll make changes I see fit along the way.
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What Interior Home Style Are You?
Based off of 1930's hollywood movie star glamour, this style is full of shapes, colors, and high-gloss finishes that allows the architecture to speak for itself. If you choose to go this route for redecorating, remember this unique look is often paired with neutral furnishings, smooth walls, fun architectural exteriors and wall decor. You are spunky in your own way, so this home style suits your adventurous personality, no doubt!
You admire the rustic look, refurbishing furniture is considered a fun hobby, and flea markets might be considered a favorite place to explore on a Saturday. The idea of the smell of a home-cooked meal or baking a pie only adds to your homestyle and country living touch. Throw a modern twist on your style with some accent colors or fun lighting.
Originating in Britain, the movement of Arts and Crafts came about to essentially promote nature, local artists, and rebel against machine-made items. It promotes craftsmanship and creativity. You probably love the DIY style. Wine and paint night seems right up your alley. Character is key to your decorating preferences, and shopping local really interests you.
Sea Breeze candles, pastels, natural light, and windows open - you probably would rather be laying on a beach, to be honest, but the coastal style will suffice for your home decorating desires. Whether it's the cool and happy vibe it gives off or the relaxing idea of an in-home vacation, you love the ocean front feel and probably collected sea shells at one point to display in a bowl or drape white linen wherever you can.
Minimal, sleek, and chic - a pop of color here and there, but predominantly neutrals. Assuming you enjoy the city life, you unknowingly might be decorating your home to look somewhat like the trendiest boutique in town. You hate clutter or try to avoid it at all costs. Sometimes less is more. More modern!
Traditional, yet modern - as odd as that may seem. An eclectic array of decor that suits a family or roommates who keep up with the times, but also appreciate traditional beauty of architecture and home styles. Dark colors may act as statement pieces, but generally, there are neutral colors accompanied by pops of colored hues to accent the overall style. Wood can be mixed with metals, leather with suede - as we said, it's an eclectic array of "traditional meets modern."