Have you ever wondered what your favorite interior design style says about you? The truth is, we’re often naturally attracted to things that reflect our personalities. Here are a few questions to help you discover your unique interior design style.

Question 1: Colors

What colors do you like to see in your home.

  • a) neutral colors, pastels, and earthy colors (peachy or lime green)
  • b) bright colors (like orange or green) and different shades of grey
  • c) Intense colors (such as purple or burgundy)

Question 2: Stuff

How you feel about stuff.

  • a) I like my home to feel spacious and clutter-free.
  • b) Yes, I love lots of stuff, it makes my place feel cozy.
  • c) I enjoy decorative objects but like everything in its place.

Question 3:

If you were to redecorate the White House, what would you do?

a) Paint it another color

b) Would politely decline the offer

c) See what can be done, and start doing it

Question 4:

When I’m not at home, I prefer spending my free time:

a) With friends at a pub

b) Taking a walk in nature

c) Visiting abandoned places

Question 5:

You’d See Yourself as:

a) Traditional

b) Modern

c) In between

Scroll down and see your results:

1. Modern (1-a, 2-a, 3-a, 4-a, 5-b)

The trademark of the modern design is simplicity. It also makes use of modern materials like metal and glass, which reflect their surroundings. Like these open, spacious rooms, you’re expansive and love to entertain.

2. Contemporary (1-b, 2-c, 3-c, 4-a, 5-b)

Contemporary design reflects today’s trends and draws from an eclectic set influences. You value other people’s opinions, but you’re perfectly happy to ignore them when it suits you.

Getting there

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3. Minimalist (1-a, 2-a, 3-b, 4-a, 5-b)

This concept is based on the Modern Style, but it goes a step further. Also known as “essentialism,” it excludes everything that serves no useful purpose. Minimalists like you are free-spirited and enjoy a life of simplicity.

4. Mid-Century Modern (1-a, 2-a, 3-c, 4-b, 5-c)

The mid-century modern style is a nice mix between the 1950’s organic-inspired design and today’s minimalism. While there’s a focus on functionality, this style also embraces color, comfort, and warmth. Like these delightful furnishings, you’re upbeat, welcoming, and easy to be around.

5. Industrial (1-b, 2-c, 3-a, 4-c, 5-b)

The Industrial design style is inspired by warehouses and lofts with exposed brick, hanging light bulbs, and wooden ceilings. Although your home is fully functional, the unfinished look exudes energy and a heady sense of possibility. Like your surroundings, you’re

You have a lot going on in your mind, you’re never content with yourself and have high expectations. But, that doesn’t mean you aren’t proud of how far you’ve come so far.

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6. Hollywood Glam (1-c, 2-b, 3-c, 4-a, 5-b)

The most dramatic style of them all, Hollywood Glam is for those who want to make a statement. You have plenty of self-confidence, and you’re quite the artist.

People either love or hate you, but you’re the one who calls the shots in almost every relationship.

Quiet, contemplative corners. . Sacred spaces. . Check out this gorgeous vintage Wildflower Beni rug 😍 . . Serious talk. . I love all colours. . . I think all of them are beautiful. But this beni makes my heart ache. Its like being in a field of bluebells, the breeze upon my face, my curls getting tangled in the winds frenzied kisses, the bemused sunshine watching on… . . Oh to dream such beautiful dreams! . To have your spaces move you in such a way, that you are transported beyond the chair you sit in, or the coffee you sip on. . . When I was a child, I was told my wild imagination would only lead me to trouble. . . At the age of almost 42, I can confirm, with all the certainty in the world, that my vivid, wild & creative imagination, has led me only to the most beautiful of places, overflowing with the most beautiful of things. . . I am so grateful that I haven’t lost that sense of childhood wonder. . . How boring life would be, if all I saw, was a rug & a chair. . . No my friends, NO! . . The magic is always in the way the combination & layers within our spaces, lovingly takes us by our hand & leads us to FEEL. . . Don’t give me a perfectly styled room! Don’t give me symmetry or balance. Don’t play by the rule book & then spout it to others, like its the gospel! . Give me the freedom to roll around with delighted abandon in a field of wildflowers! . . Lead me to FEEL something so beautiful it makes my heart expand in my chest & my eyes soft with the love of it all! . . In a world where the ‘feels’ are often limited to despair, frustration, helplessness & hopelessness – oh my God, PLEASE give my spirit something to soar over! . . Transport me! . Take me on a magical journey right INTO the art of virtual & visual poetry! . . Yes! Yes! Yes! 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼 . . And then? Ohhhhh then, just let me LIVE there. 😍🙌🏼 . . Store link in bio ❤️

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7. Bohemian (1-c, 2-b, 3-a, 4-c, 5-c)

The bohemian style depicts the carefree life we all dreamt of at some point in our lives. The difference is you’re living it … or want to be.

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8. Rustic (1-a, 2-b, 3-b, 4-b, 5-a)

This style reflects the connection with nature, and the principal material used is wood. You have a great conscience and are drawn to helping others and the environment. You believe there still is good on Earth, and that’s what you choose to see in everybody.

9. Traditional (1-a, 2-b, 3-b, 4-a, 5-c)

Traditional design draws from the past and is very rich in color and textures. At the same time, it features dark, treated wood, with elaborate details.

You’re one of a rare breed with a sober personality. Because you’re reliable and keep your word, others trust and respect you.

10. Transitional (1-a, 2-b, 3-c, 4-b, 5-a)

Transitional design is very popular and combines the most important elements of modern and traditional styles.

If you like this style, you stay on top of the latest trends, but part of you feels deeply nostalgic for another period in time.

Time to Redecorate!

So now that you know your interior design personality, it’s time to start redecorating.

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