Style – It’s so diverse, it’s a carnival!

Not understanding your style can lead to expensive mistakes and disjointed spaces. A good rule of thumb is that 70% of your room should be in one particular style.

Design meets Comfort - What is your design style?

Contemporary design is clean, simple, uncluttered, and often neutral with graphic designs.

Room Designed by Joel Lilliquist - Interior Designer Allied Member ASID - designmeetscomfort.com

Room Designed by Joel Lilliquist – Interior Designer Allied Member ASID

Room Designed by Joel Lilliquist - Interior Designer Allied Member ASID

Room Designed by Joel Lilliquist – Interior Designer Allied Member ASID

Transitional is more of a lifestyle look. Comfort is key with many ingredients such as soft textiles or leather, reclining sofas and chairs, and multi-purpose furniture in this family friendly style.

Room Designed by Jill Morse - Interior Designer, Associate Member IDS - designmeetscomfort.com

Room Designed by Jill Morse – Interior Designer, Associate Member IDS

Room Designed by Lisa Cook - Interior Designer Allied Member ASID - designmeetscomfort.com

Room Designed by Lisa Cook – Interior Designer Allied Member ASID

Traditional styling can also be called Old World or Tuscan and is rich in details and often heavily accessorized. Composed of classic sofas and chairs embellished with antique, beautiful textiles including damask and chenille, this style sets the standard for comfort and stability.

Room Designed by Julie - Interior Designer Allied Member ASID - designmeetscomfort.com

Room Designed by Julie – Interior Designer Allied Member ASID

Room Designed by Julie Coleman Interior Designer Allied Member ASID - designmeetscomfort.com

Room Designed by Julie Coleman Interior Designer Allied Member ASID

For more inspiration on finding your personal decorating style, follow our design team on Pinterest.

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Author:

Julie Coleman

Director of Design

Interior Designer – Allied Member ASID

La-Z-Boy Design Service of Arizona

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