Design Styles

The way in which your rooms are designed says a lot about your personality. Interior design is a personal expression of your style, from fabric selection to furnishings and lighting fixtures. Do you know which design styles really appeal to you, or which would work best in your individual living space? Perhaps you’ve thought about incorporating elements of a particular style into your home, but aren’t really sure if they’ll work. Cheryl Scurlock Design breaks down the many styles of design you have to choose from, and make it easy to find which suits your personality and your home the best!

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Whether you want to decorate one room or your whole home, Cheryl Scurlock Design can help create a space that matches your style and your budget.

Lakewood Ranch Interior Design Styles

Popular design styles include:

Coastal Design

Coastal design works best when it evokes the sense of a coastal town. Best of all, it can be used in any home, regardless of its proximity to the coast.

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Contemporary Design

This style breaks the traditional rules of design to create a casual, eclectic space that emphasizes the importance of comfort. The contemporary style is popular in modern homes, as it blends a range of styles from the 20th century together that make for a clean, simple look.

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Eclectic Design

Eclectic design makes it so you don’t have to! Like contemporary design, the eclectic style combines elements from various time periods to create a unique, cohesive look.

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Modern Design

Does your personal taste break the mold? Do you hate designs that feel busy with unnecessary accessories? Are “clean” and “simple” a staple in your everyday vocabulary? If you’ve answered yes to any or all of these questions, modern interior design is ideal for you.

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Traditional Design

The forms, colors, and materials popularized by Old World European culture and American history are prominent in traditional design. This style is extremely versatile and very common in modern homes, featuring dark woods, heavily detailed architecture, and luxurious furnishings.

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Transitional Design

Transitional design, also referred to as “Updated Classic,” takes the classic elements of design and adds a contemporary twist to them. It blends the comfort of traditional styles with the clean, sophisticated aspects of contemporary design.

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