Understanding all of the interior design styles is no small feat. There are not only dozens of styles that have been identified over the years, but designs can be customized to fit the needs of the homeowner.
Interior design has become nothing short of an obsession for many. In this blog post, we’re going to break it down. The differences between styles and how you can create a beautiful design for your home are immense. We hope to bring some clarity along with ideas for how you can design your interior space.
Interior Design Trends 2022
Before we get too far into the different styles out there, let’s take a look at some of the trends that have been popping up over the year. No doubt, there will be a few that you find valuable.
All Natural Nostalgia
Two of the biggest trends that have started to become the norm throughout 2020 and into 2021 are nostalgia and all-natural. While both of these have been trends in the past, they’re surprisingly taking a lot of the United States by storm. Some might consider the pandemic to be part of the reason that both of these trends have become popular. The recent amounts of uncertainty have caused homeowners to desire a design that makes them feel comfortable.
Both nostalgia and all-natural design offer warm tones that feel inviting and help to relieve stress in the home. One element that’s especially common with all-natural design are plants. Plants help alleviate stress in many ways and are proven to be a calming mechanism for many people. Along with plants, you will also notice natural woods, exposed beams, and the incorporation of retro furniture.
Diverse Design Inspirations
Another common trend over the past year or so has been the diversity of design inspirations throughout individual homes. No longer do homeowners draw from the same old sources of the past or even just one source. Instead, they’ll pull from multiple places to create a blend of design that is completely unique. It is not uncommon to see traditional mixed with Scandinavian and maybe a splash of modern. At the end of the day, there is really no right or wrong answer as long as you like it!
Now before you start creating a new style of design, it is best to know the basic elements of interior design.
Elements of Interior Design
There are 7 elements of interior design:
These different elements make up all the differences between design styles. Let’s break each of them down so that we can better understand how they work together.
When it comes to color, you’re choosing more than just an aesthetic choice for a room. In truth, you’re choosing each room’s mood, how it affects the different pieces of furniture or art, and of course, the emotion given by the room. Add a modern twist with playful accent colors; or give the room more of a contemporary style by incorporating more neutral color palettes.
Don’t get confused by form. The form is just a fancy word for the shape of a room. While you often won’t be able to change the form of a room, you can adjust the interior design to give it your own personal style.
Light takes into account both how light enters the room through windows and how you choose to light the room. The quality of light in any given room dramatically impacts how your design and color choices will impact the room.
When it comes to interior design, think of a “line” as the perimeter or line around the form/shape of the room. The straight lines in a room help to inform the character and particular style just as much as the form.
Pattern isn’t common in all design types, but it really stands out in the design types that it is in. An example of a pattern is wallpaper or other types of patterns on walls, ceilings, and floors.
Texture shouldn’t be confused with pattern because it’s not the room’s texture so much as it is the texture of different items throughout the room. Consider texture as the way that objects feel throughout the room.
Space is one of the simplest to measure because it accounts for simply the room’s length and width. The empty space is like a blank canvas. It will change the way that you lay flooring, light fixtures, and other elements.
To Hire or to DIY My Home Design?
After hearing some of the different interior design styles and design elements, do you think you’ll be able to handle the interior design of your home, or will you need to hire it out? There are obviously several factors to consider.
What’s Your Goal?
Creating a goal for your space in your home is essential. Some goals include how much time you want to spend on the project, how much you can afford to spend, and how many renovations you need to complete.
Depending on your goals, you should be able to determine whether or not you’ll need to hire a contractor or if you can possibly design your home on your own. If you don’t have any design experience in the past and haven’t done many home improvement projects, you could consider working more closely alongside an interior designer or the contractor you hire.
Nonetheless, there’s still a lot to learn about design before you’re ready to DIY your home design. If you consider hiring a contractor to help you work on your interior design project, reach out to Thomas Buckborough & Associates to ensure your project is done right!
Interior Design Styles to Consider
There are many different interior design options out there, which can make it hard to decide on just one style. Because there are so many different interior design styles, we’re just focusing on four of the main ones.
As we go through each one, take note of the different elements you might like or dislike. Then, you can dive into them and learn more about the unique subcategories within each style. While it is essential that your home matches and has a consistent interior design style throughout, you might be able to mix and match a little bit here and there. Here are the four main interior design styles and what makes them up.
Modern Interior Design
One of the most common interior design styles right now is modern. While it’s come a long way, modern interior design has always been something that’s aspired towards. Because “modern” is included in the title of this style, you can assume that it will change and update from time to time. Sometimes modern will be slightly more mid-century modern, and other times it might take a modern farmhouse. Here are some examples of modern interior design and different common characteristics.
Many homes are designed with either dark or light walls. When it comes to modern interior design, you’re not looking for one extreme or the other. Instead, you want your walls to have a neutral color palette. Think of simple pastels and earth tones, both of which are going to work really well no matt the color of your decor.
Clean Simple Lines
Elaborate architecture and lines aren’t common within the modern interior design style. Instead, most interior designers stick to very basic, clean, and elegant styles. Things that make you feel really at home and comfortable. Nothing too fancy is a good way to put it.
Some Industrial Elements
Don’t overthink this part of modern design. All you have to do to have is use some natural materials within your home, such as stone, exposed raw wood, or metallic accents. Each of these can help to contribute to the modern industrial type look. Exposed unfinished wood beams are one of the most popular interior design styles today.
Keeping your home and decor free of clutter is a huge part of modern design. No matter what you try to do with decorating, clutter is going to make it difficult to see. While keeping your house tidy and clean is part of it, you’ll also want to keep things as simple as you can. Think clean shelves and small decor elements with just one or two key pieces.
Primary Colors Used As Accents
Because the walls are made up of mostly natural and neutral colors, you’ll want to use primary colors as accents whenever you can. Keep it simple, but don’t be afraid to throw in some yellows, greens, and blues to help spice things up. Any of the primary colors really work well for decorative accents.
Open Floor Plans
Open floor plans are another staple of modern design. Think big kitchens attached to living spaces with lots and lots of room for entertaining. These homes are meant to feel open so that you can enjoy the space with your guests and with your family.
Natural light is a must in any modern design. The best way to achieve natural light is by using large windows. These windows are often located in the living, dining, and kitchen area. Another place that might have large windows are the bedrooms.
If you’re looking for something that’s somewhat in between modern and contemporary design, then transitional design might be what you’re looking for. When you’re trying to create this type of interior design style, you need to look for the in-between; like a combination of two different design styles to make up one.
Colors need to evoke a clean feeling while accessories keep things minimal. White mats and rugs to offset picture frames are a great example. When looking for furniture, consider pieces that have a healthy mix of masculine and feminine styles. Here’s an example:
Contemporary Interior Design
Contemporary design is, in a lot of ways, the opposite of modern design. It uses more trendy elements and extreme contrasts to create different warm and cold elements throughout. The general characteristics include the use of simple yet deliberate uses of texture, color, and space. A contemporary space might invoke feelings of trendiness vs. classic.
Contemporary spaces will often have hard lines vs. smooth and offer lots of open spaces. Indirect or recessed lighting will often be used to light walls and spaces, while the lights themselves don’t become the focal point. A lack of clutter is especially common with contemporary design, so try to keep things as simple as possible while you’re decorating. Think of your furniture as opportunities to contrast the bare room.
Industrial Interior Design
As the name implies, industrial design specifically touches on the industrial elements throughout the structure and decor. Exposed elements like brick, wood, and metal all take a huge role in making up the industrial design style. You will also notice the use of metal accents throughout the industrial style. But, instead of silver or chrome finishes, you will find more matte black, steel, and polished copper or brass. Furniture pieces often feature wood slabs, metal accents, and the use of clear glass to give your decor an industrial spin.
If you’re attempting to remodel your home in a way that models industrial design, the best way to do so is by using exposed wood and brick. In an older structure, you might consider showing some of the metal piping in the ceiling. It can be hard to model a home to look industrial in appearance, but there are many ways to focus on industrial decor. Take a look at some of these examples on Pinterest.
Art Deco is a very unique yet extravagant type of interior design that’s hard to miss. It stands above some of the other design styles as one of the most elegant in many ways. Because of this, you’ll commonly see it displayed in up-scale hotels, businesses, and of course, homes. Some of the key features that Art Deco always incorporates include modern, bold, elegant, and angular forms. The form of interior design dates back to the early 1920s, and you can see how when each of those characteristics is combined, the style would feel generally upscale.
Think back to a movie from the 1920s or 1940s. The colors throughout the homes and the furniture will often have hints of what we consider today as art deco. The colors of the era were bright, focusing on reds, yellows, blues, and pinks. Bright pink lounges and blue cabinetry would have been prevalent elements during this time.
Common Furniture and Fabrics
The furniture that fits this style is quite large at scale and will often make big impressions overall. But most of the furniture is very streamlined and won’t have many frills or fancy things attached to it. However, some furniture would have pearl or other type inlays that were inspired by safari trips that were common amongst upscale families.
Fabrics included leather and velvet as some of the most common. The fabrics were all mostly solid colors. Avoidance of overly feminine or masculine patterns was extremely common. Floral patterns or plaid patterns are not at all apart of the Art Deco style.
While Art Deco isn’t as common in today’s world, it still has its place, and some homeowners really enjoy including different Art Deco elements. You can learn more about the history ofthis design style here.
Rustic is a very trendy interior design style today. Many homeowners and consumers identify with this style because of its many “natural” touchpoints. Interior designers will often argue that Rustic interiors include and encompass a number of different styles. Because of this, you might notice that Rustic touches on a lot of the different styles we’ve already covered. We still think that there are elements or a way of designing a home’s interior that highlights a truly rustic feel. Some standard features of the rustic design include natural wood finishes, and the use of other organic materials like stone and some metals. Here are some more characteristics:
No Modern Touches
Rustic will not be incorporating anything from Modern design. No lights, furniture, or colors. That’s one of the big differentiators that Rustic brings to the table. While yes, Modern design can pull some really big Rustic styles into itself. Rustic will remain entirely it’s own in the way that it decorates and lives in your home.
Almost all of the furniture within your home should be handmade if you’re going to call your style Rustic design successfully. Because the furniture is handmade, it will always have a very simple look and feel. Handmade furniture carries its own unique beauty because of the way it is made.
Fireplaces are a place in the home that has a great opportunity to really display the beauty that’s associated with Rustic design. When it comes to a real wood-burning fireplace, you have the opportunity to use exposed stone and a natural wood mantel. Resist the urge to paint the brick on the fireplace or the mantel itself because that will lean more modern than rustic.
Another extremely popular interior design style is Scandinavian. Why it’s grown so much popularity over the years is hard to say, but it’s definitely one that has become a staple across different areas in the U.S. and especially the midwest. The common characteristics of this style include minimalism, simplicity, and functionality. This type of design lends itself well to a very usable yet still beautiful home.
The colors used throughout Scandinavian interiors are often neutral, consider greys, whites, and other light tones. Because of that, textiles are often used to accent different areas throughout the home. Something that’s especially common is the use of brightly colored pillows on couches.
Wood + Metal Finishes
Both wood and metal are common finishes that look really nice throughout this style. Wide, light wood floors are a must, and using hairpin legs on wood tables with metal chairs is also very common. Wood elements in the kitchen are also very common and, while it’s not a must, most cabinets will feature naturally finished wood.
Plants and Flowers
Plant and flowers are some of the most common accents used within the style. Among lovers of Scandinavian design, there really can’t be enough plants included in the interior design. Fresh flowers on the kitchen counter or table are another great way to bring color and warmth into the space.
As you might guess, the number one feature within minimalist design is that it’s simple. There’s very little decor, and everything is straightforward in general. Clean lines, a simple color palette, and an open floor set it apart from some of the other styles we’ve already covered.
Think of the simple things. A desk, chair, and a lamp to make up the majority of your office decor. Nothing too crazy and nothing too fancy, just a really simple bare essentials setup. Oftentimes that’s why it works and why people are so drawn to it. Clutter can make things really distracting and difficult to workaround.
Clean lines throughout help to make the home seem more open and large despite the size. Flat, smooth furniture is a great way to incorporate clean lines and enjoy a minimalist setup. Additionally, minimalist homes will have a very open floor plan that doesn’t use lots of different rooms or nooks and crannies.
Textiles to Break Things Up
Textiles offer exactly what you need to break things up a bit and make it fun. Without things like blankets and pillows to break up the overly simple design, you’ll be left feeling a little too bored with your home’s look. Textiles will help you change that in a simple and thoughtful way.
Mid-century modern is a common design style that is often used throughout the country. It’s a very safe design style that offers many different elements that many people can appreciate. This design style started taking place around 1933 and continued to around 1965.
Defining factors of mid-century include items and pieces that make you feel a sense of nostalgia. Post-WWII, this style offered a lot of new materials and items that hadn’t been used in the past, thus creating a trendy feel. Today we might view mid-century style decor as memory or style that offers a sense of security away from today’s trendy design styles.
Distinguishing Features of Mid-Century Modern
Some distinguishing features of this style include:
- Clean lines
- Minimalist orientation
- Different traditional and non-traditional materials
- Some contrast in materials
All of these elements work together to give the feeling of nostalgia and newness that keeps the design style alive today.
Common Characteristics of Mid-Century Modern
Characteristics regularly included within this style are:
- Organic influences
- Simple forms
- Designed to fit your need and style
The last point is what makes this style unique. There aren’t many hard and fast rules around this design style, allowing you to make the most of it in your own way. You don’t have to follow specific trends or stay to a certain type of design to still offer a mid-century style.
Bohemian has quickly been growing in popularity for many reasons. However, one of the main reasons is the use of natural materials and plants throughout. Additionally, the style is very bright and light, making it very inviting in open spaces.
With bohemian design, you can expect that some elements may match, and others might go outside of the design style and pull from other popular design styles. That’s really where the fun of this style is. There’s a lot of freedom to add different pieces and have fun things that maybe don’t quite match.
Characteristics of Bohemian Design
As you might have guessed, at the top of the list of characteristics is wicker furniture, colorful throw rugs, and lots of plants and pillows. Bohemian is a very trendy style and calls for the space you’re designing in to have a sense of “pop” or “wow” to it.
You’ll want to also keep in mind that rich and bold colors and patterns are extremely popular and praised within this style. Most elements will offer a sense of color as well. There will also be a lot of small individual pieces that match but tell their own story. Collectors love this style for this reason alone.
If you’re looking for more tips, be sure to check out this design guide. It’s full of great pictures and practices.
Eclectic design is simply a mix of multiple design styles into one space. There are lots of informal mixes and a wide variety of styles artfully used to create one eclectic pattern. Unexpected elements, bright colors, and bold patterns are all commonly used within this design style.
Key Elements and Characteristics of Eclectic Design and Decor
The best way to look at this style is through different mixes of the other styles. For example, perhaps you’d mix bohemian with a minimalist style and thus create an eclectic boho minimal style or something along those lines. Here some ideas of styles that you could mix to create an eclectic style.
- Modern Rustic
- Bohemian Minimalist
- Glam Eclectic (features many different bright styles and furniture)
- Tropical Bohemian
- Modern Collector Style
Each of these styles will inherently become its own as you change and add different pieces to make it unique. To have a truly eclectic style, you’ll need to make it your own.
Inspired primarily by the 18th and 19th centuries, traditional design offers a timeless style that may truly be present forever. This style is often inspired by European decor but can incorporate lots of elements that are now American antiques.
Key characteristics will include dark, warm tones and earthy color pallets. When this design style is present, it’s easy to feel as though the items around you are antique or at least aged well.
Characteristics of Traditional Design
Characteristics include furniture that looks like it’s fit for royalty—lots of velvet-type chairs with wood legs that offer a very ornamental feeling. Details within the style will also offer an ornamental feeling and sense. Bold colors and decor can sometimes make the style feel busy and leave guests in awe of all the different pieces.
When decorating, one thing to keep in mind is that there is always a structure to each decor piece. One side may mirror the other to create symmetry. Look for lots of balance with not one piece left out of place. Everything will match and seem perfectly fit for where it is placed.
Coastal design is interesting for a few different reasons but one of the main reasons is because it can vary dramatically depending on where the home or building is being decorated. For example, some characteristics of the coastal style may differ in Alaska from those in southern California. But, nonetheless, there are some very distinct parts of the coastal design style that make it worth covering in our guide.
Characteristics of Coastal Design
The first thing to know about the characteristics is that, although it can often be confused as nautical design, coastal isn’t quite the same. It’s also very different from Mediterranean, the style that we’ll be converting next. here’s what to expect out of a coastal home.
Coastal homes are always filled with lots of natural light. Huge windows and natural light will always be a staple. If you’re trying to create a coastal-designed or inspired home be sure to include lots of windows.
Natural Clean Design
The interior design throughout a coastal home will feature all different kinds of decorations but the design should always remain very clean and simple. The colors are simple, the furniture is simple, all making you feel as though you’re on a coastal vacation.
Lots of White
Colors used throughout coastal design will always favor a lighter pallet and especially white. Use of white as a backsplash and countertop in a kitchen isn’t uncommon and some coastal homes will even throw in white cabinets to add to that. All of this helps to make a more natural and clean feeling design.
A coastal home will have fewer walls and a much more open floor plan. Different rooms should flow together and will often give the feeling that the home is much larger than it actually is.
Mediterranean design style highlights the southern coast. Think of places like Mexico that border the ocean and offer this intense sense of romance and relaxation when you visit them.
Characteristics of Mediterranean Style
Decorating your home with a mediterranean style doesn’t lend itself all that well to most places, but it is a great way to design your interior with an artistic flair. Here are the key characteristics that Mediterranean design!
Natural wood will be commonly used throughout the entire space. Expect for there to be natural wood cabinets, beams, furniture, and more. All of this wood helps to compliment the earthy design and makes the home feel more warm and welcoming. When you’re inside a Mediterranean design, you’ll definitely sense all of the raw elements that are present.
Open shelving is common throughout different areas of the home. Designers will likely include it in the kitchen, possibly in the bathrooms, and sometimes in living rooms. Open shelving allows the home to feel even more raw and open.
Natural Stone or Tile on most Walls
Stone and tile walls are common when creating accent walls. Outside of stone and tile, smooth walls will be used. Wallpaper is rarely used in the Mediterranean design and is often discouraged in this style.
Earth Tones or White Colors
Wall color is an essential focus in any home. Mediterranean homes will have a number of different color options, but all of them will fit within the broader range of earth tones. Lots of greys, creams, and sand colors are used in these homes. White is another very common color because of the accent that it offers.
If you’re looking for a truly exotic design style, then consider French country. French country will allow you to feel like you’re somewhere far off in Europe no matter where the physical location of the building you’re staying at is.
Characteristics of French Country Style
The inspiration for French country comes from the French countryside and the homes that fill it. It’s a very “farmhouse”-esque design style while maintaining some of the modern amenities that make homes like these so attractive. You’ll find this design making you feel a sense of rustic and elegant all at once.
Furniture that Offers Curves
The furniture throughout this style has all kinds of curves. You’ll find the chairs, couches, and end tables all have curves and rounded edges.
Natural Decor and Tones
Most of the decor and color palettes throughout French country are very natural. When they aren’t natural elements, they’ll swing all the way to bright reds, yellows, and pinks. These brighter colors are often used in the patterns.
Patterns Wherever Possible
Patterns are extremely popular for a few different reasons. One of the main reasons that patterns are used is because of the life and excitement that they can add to a room. Whether the pattern is used as wallpaper on an accent wall, curtains in a bedroom, or pillows on a couch. Patterns are a great way to make this interior design style really fun!
Old and New Furnishings
A mixture of both old and new furnishing is really common for French country design. Think old pieces of artwork or antique furniture that can accent some newer or more modern pieces. This helps to give it a “modern farmhouse” type feel.
Speaking of modern farmhouse, we couldn’t take the time to put a guide like this together and not cover this very influential design style. Today, this style is all the rage throughout most of the United States. It seems that almost every homeowner wants to style their home after a modern farmhouse.
Characteristics of Modern Farmhouse Style
If you are one of the many homeowners who want to introduce modern farmhouse style in your home, you will need to know the key characteristics that embody this interior design trend. Here are the characteristics that have everyone excited. If you’re looking for a very in-depth post with lots of pictures, check out this one by Connecticut in Style.
Natural light is a huge part of this style. In fact, it’s almost essential. Without natural light, your home would feel a bit darker and might lend itself better to a different style. Modern farmhouse interior design will always require you to have lots of exterior windows.
Open Floor Concept
High ceilings and an open floor concept are extremely popular and vital for a true modern farmhouse. The space needs to remain very usable and inviting as well.
Natural Materials and Colors
Modern farmhouse is always full of natural colors. Rarely will a modern farmhouse use or need bright colors. Instead, colors will be muted and tend to resemble natural or earth tones. These raw materials are what makes it a modern farmhouse instead of just a modern home.
Southwestern interior design is a great way to spice up your home and give it some great vibes. Southwestern design is a great add-on to any home, and it provides some beautiful characteristics. Southwestern originated when Europeans from Spain settled in the southwestern United States.
Naturally, this gave most southwestern homes a very Spanish-inspired design.
Characteristics of Southwestern Design
One of the biggest things that you’ll notice throughout the southwestern design is the use of all-natural elements. Exposed wood, brick, and stone are all very common characteristics that are used to define this style.
The color palettes used throughout this style will blend very well with natural elements and are often natural or natural colors. Furniture used in this style will take a natural approach and is always something that is very simple and easily blends into the room. Think wood tables, chairs, benches, and other things of that nature.
Metal elements can also be used as decorative ways to add to the design of the home. Other decorations that are commonly used include antlers, natural elements, and textures such as colorful throw blankets and things of that nature.
If you’re interested in giving your home a native and natural look, southwestern design might be the perfect thing for you!
Have you ever considered Shabby Chic to be your design style? It’s a great one and offers some really over-the-top and stunning options. One of the reasons shabby chic has gotten so popular is because the design offers many customizations. It doesn’t have to be any one way and can be tweaked to easily fit your needs and likes.
Characteristics of Shabby Chic Interior Design
Soft colors, retro, vintage, and modern decor all mix together to give us what we now call shabby chic design. The big things you’ll want to get in on to fully capture this interior design style are soft fabrics and soft hues throughout your shabby chic furniture pieces. Beyond that, throw in a mix of decor to match what you like and then focus on using antique elements to complement what you’ve already established.
Homes that lend themselves well to this interior design style are often much older. While you can use this design style in newer homes, it doesn’t have quite the same effect. An older or antique home will offer a great foundation for this design style because it leans heavily towards being more of an antique style.
Hollywood glam is considered to be nothing short of iconic. It offers some of the glory days of Hollywood and brings it right into your home. What’s better than that?
If you’re looking to achieve this style you’ll need to focus on all things bold and timeless. That’s what makes Hollywood glam the amazing interior design style that it is. This style isn’t one that you’ll want to take lightly. Your home is either full Hollywood or not Hollywood at all. Here are the characteristics to shoot for.
Characteristics of Hollywood Glam Interior Design
If you’re going for a full Hollywood look in your home, you’ll want to achieve each of these characteristics.
Classic colors are a must. Nothing needs to be too crazy but try to ensure that you’re capturing everything that Hollywood has to offer; you’ll want to make sure you’re grabbing hold of some of the most iconic colors from throughout the past 50 years. Especially the 1950s and 1970s.
Bold and Timeless
Think Broadway and New York City in bold. All of the decor items and furniture should carry a charism that matches a bold and timeless feel. Nothing needs to be specific to this design, and you can add pieces that you love, but it does need to offer a bold feel that won’t ever go out of date.
Textures can be your best friend throughout this entire design. Whether you want to be simple or want to use extravagant textures, both will work well to set your design apart from the rest.
Don’t be afraid to show off with this design. Things are supposed to be bold.
If you want a more eccentric interior design, then Asian zen might be the perfect one for you. This design includes all different kinds of elements that are associated with Asian culture. When Asian zen is done right, you should feel like you’re stepping into another world or at least another part of the world.
Characteristics of Asian Zen Design
If you’re looking to master this style, you’ll need to use natural textures, a natural and neutral color pallet, and simplicity. Everything about Asian zen is simple and thoughtful. Every color choice, furniture, and decor choice will offer you a sense of peace and calm.
The entire idea of this interior design style revolves around creating a space that allows you to feel calm and at ease while you’re present in your home. You will notice the furniture is primarily wicker or natural wood with the occasional glass accent. Another characteristic of the Asian Zen design is the use of natural materials on the walls and ceiling. You will notice in the image above that natural woven paneling is utilized on the walls and ceiling. If you are looking for another way to bring the room together, try using opaque windows or door panels as seen in the entry way!
Starting the Design for You Home
Did some of these interior design trends inspire you to refresh your home? Before you pick up that paint brush, it is always best to talk with a professional to get your project started on the right track. Of course, if you have a bigger project and would prefer to sit back and relax while a team of pros redesign your home’s interior, reach out to us! At Thomas Buckborough & Associates, we’re always trying new designs and finding the best solution that will help our clients get their dream home. Contact us today to learn more about our processes and how we can create the perfect design for you.