One of the great benefits of having a passion for interior design is being able to appreciate the myriad design styles. My own interior design style tends to be a mix of classic and transitional design but I am starting to find that my tastes are turning to a more minimal, modern aesthetic. I am obsessed with chevron and herringbone floors, marble with contrasting veining, and natural or dark wood accents. Throw in a splash of brass or chrome or nickel and I am sold. Katt
In a world of so many distractions, I sometimes find myself craving simplicity and a quieter way of life. The interiors below are great examples of simple, uncluttered living. I'll take one of each, please. :) #simplicity #contemporarydesign #interiordesign #bedroomdesign #bedroom #livingroom
"What's Your Design Style?"
When I meet with potential clients or attend networking events with my peers, one question I hear a lot of is, "What's your design style? Is it modern or contemporary?". My response is always the same, "transitional". For industry vets, transitional is understood. For those outside the industry, I have to do a bit more explaining. So today I will examine the more common design styles I run into as a designer in DC and the mid-Atlantic region. These styles are modern, con