Which space are you looking to renovate?
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How soon are you looking to complete your project?
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What is your budget for this project ?
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Do you plan to keep the same layout ?
What is your style?
(select all that apply)
Contemporary design often has clean, sleek lines and is marked by solid colors, predominantly muted neutrals or bold punches of color in furniture and accessories. Furniture is sleek, lower to the ground and often has metal frames or straight legs with an emphasis on basic shapes and forms. Graphic elements in artwork or as accents work well with this look.
The transitional look bridges contemporary and traditional design. Offering a deep rooted sense of history in some pieces, while furniture often gets an update with cleaner lines. Leather ottomans used as coffee tables is very popular in this decor. Crate & Barrel and Pottery Barn could be considered transitional looks.
Traditional / Classic
Furnishings are usually 18th-century English, 19th-century neoclassic, French country and British Colonial revival. Use of classic styling and symmetry to create a calm, orderly decor. Color palette is usually in the mid-tones and fabrics are muted, usually simple florals, solids, stripes or plaids.
A look originating in the '50s and '60s and epitomized by the Rat-Pack days in Palm Springs. Scandinavian designers and architects were very influential at this time, with a style characterized by simplicity, functionality and natural shapes. Architecture shows off its minimalist design with walls of glass. Pops of deep colors such as orange, yellow, olive green and chocolate brown add to decor. An updated version of this look is found at stores like Jonathan Adler, marked by fun, colorful and quirky furnishings.
With its raw, utilitarian appeal, industrial style gives modern homes a sophisticated edge. Think stripped-back architecture, salvaged objects, brick, concrete, raw materials and open floor plans.
A rustic elegance is characteristic of this look. Some country looks are marked by extensive use of white wood paneling and soft floral patterns, muted hues and pops of red, black or pure white accents. Floral, checked and striped vintage fabric patterns are standards, and elements have a handmade, rustic quality: wood, handmade pottery, baskets and hand-forged metal to name a few. Primitive furnishings have history to them, and are bought in antique shops and flea markets.
Scandinavian Modern began in 1930 and is present today. It is born from the basic principles of modernism fused with traditional materials. IKEA is the worldwide phenomenon of this style.
Coined in 1980 by Rachel Ashwell, this cottage-inspired look includes weathered white-painted furniture, painted motifs, floral prints in muted colors, white slipcovered sofas and vintage accessories. A sense of brightness and airiness is always evident in these interiors.
Boho Chic / Eclectic
This catch-all style borrows from several other design styles and evokes a sense of imagination and surprise with unexpected contrasts. The style is not simply throwing together everything and anything, but rather relies heavily on the building blocks of design (color, pattern, texture, composition) to make the space look cohesive. A multitude of fabrics is characteristic, whether patterned, textured, solids or all three.
Common features include light, airy colour palettes with cool neutral shades paired with blues and greens. Furnishings are often white or beige. The room can contain elements of wood and accessories are often inspired by the sea. The intention is to create a relaxed and comfortable environment that is inspired by the beach and ocean.
Gothic / Dramatic
The Gothic style of interior design is one that's often misunderstood. Far from suggesting a spooky and colorless space, this style is defined by light and ornate decorations, yet it can also have a serious or somber tone. This makes the Gothic style of interior design one that is dramatic, exciting, and all-around fit for a king.
Spare and streamlined while still being inviting, minimalism is charming in almost any space. With less clutter to wade through and mentally process, the innate beauty of each piece of furniture or art in the home really starts to stand out.
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What are your color preferences?
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Soft, serene colors
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Neutral palette with a few pops of color
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Do you have any specific colors you'd like to see in the space?
What metal finish do you prefer ?
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To help us better serve you, we recommend the following:
floor plan and room photo guide (PDF)
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Do you have permit for this project ?
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Permit is not required for this project
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