Style & Décor

Serene and Peaceful
Serene & Peaceful

To create a feeling of serenity, focus on a soft color palette. Low-contrast color schemes are the best way to create a calm, restful atmosphere. Consider a monochromatic color scheme to achieve a serene and peaceful space.

Traditional
Traditional

If your tastes run to the traditional, then you probably prefer formal décor. Dark antique furnishings, leather, classic books, and rich saturated colors give a feel of yesteryear. Remember when choosing the temperature of color in your traditional room that a cool palette will further formalize the room's atmosphere, while a warm palette will give it a friendlier feeling.

Country
Country

One way to put together a country style color palette is to work from a favorite item. Pick up the deep rich tones of an old Amish quilt, or faded greens and blues of an old painted piece of furniture.

Contemporary
Contemporary

If you favor the clean lines of modern furniture, your taste can be described as contemporary. Shapes are inter-mixed with curves to create a more inviting environment. True white, black, and gray are the contemporary neutrals of choice.

Electric
Eclectic

In an eclectic décor, literally anything goes. You can mix and match "different architectural" periods, styles, and textures to your heart's content. Neutrals are a proven way of offsetting the unique furniture and one-of-a-kind artwork that make a room eclectic.

Bold Brights
Bold Brights

If you're looking to spread cheer through your décor, use pure strong colors in your decorating. High-contrast color schemes are an exciting way to add warmth.