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If you are looking for elegance and glamour, then Hollywood Regency is the design style for you. With beautiful fabrics, rich textiles, bold patterns and reflective surfaces, this style focuses on making a statement while also providing a lot of life and energy throughout the details of the room. The Hollywood Glamour feel focuses on small-scale furniture that never goes out of style and allowing the décor to reflect the individuality of the owner. Try adding a crystal chandelier, a think, sculpted carpet and a gold plated mirror to really give a room a pop of drama and glitz.

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A style of interior design where furniture and furnishings are chosen for their appearance of age and signs of wear, or new items are distressed to achieve the look. They are typically white with a very feminine, soft, romantic feel. The style began in Great Britain and evokes the type of decoration found in large country houses where there are worn and faded old chintz sofas and curtains, old paintwork and unassuming 'good' taste.

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California Casual is a style of design that is centered on creating a relaxed and calming space. White walls, earth tones and shabby sheik furniture are just a few common staples that can instantly transform any room or living space into an a beach cottage that exudes an easygoing, laid back California vibe. With driftwood oak floors and bay windows you will feel like you are on vacation every time you come home. By adding a few touches of floral accents and wicker elements to bring together the final look your home will feel like you are just steps away from the soothing sounds of the coast no matter where you are.

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French Traditional is a very popular interior design style for people looking to create a warm and inviting space that is also elegant and has an obvious feminine touch. By incorporating patterned textiles, lavish antiques and distinctive tile work throughout a home, you will feel as if you are in a quaint French cottage in the county. This style also utilizes ruffles, distressed woodwork and vibrant hues to add depth and detail into a space. Simple pops of fresh flowers and a rustic farm table help to tie together all of the elements in the room to truly represent a traditional French home.



The Arts and Crafts interior design style was a response to the excessiveness of the Victorian era and focuses on individual design, simplicity and craftsmanship. With strong lines and a subtle, muted palette, this style of home décor transforms unappealing spaces into inviting and beautifully crafted rooms. The single most important element of the Arts and Crafts style is wood, which is typically utilized in many fashions throughout a home. Other natural materials are used to help decorate and furnish a space all the while keeping it fresh, honest and organic. This style of décor also embraces sturdy, comfortable furniture that is uniquely constructed and built to last. Adding in sparse pops of color and artwork will incorporate a touch of personality while also allowing the strong build of the room to shine through.