Modern/Contemporary style is defined by clean, crisp lines and simple geometric shapes. This style usually consists of straight, sleek pieces that communicate functionality and fluidity. Modern style celebrates natural materials and the elimination of unnecessary detailing. Great for open floor plans, and uncluttered clean spaces with lots of light.
Transitional design borrows from traditional and modern styles. This style has become a designer favorite because it acts as a happy medium between two sides of the spectrum. Elements consist of relatively neutral colors that can be seen as sleek and stylish but also convey warmth and nostalgia that family homes are accustomed. This style looks great when used to contrast detailed cabinetry work with simple hardware elements, or vice versa.
Traditional Design incorporates classic details with warm inviting colors that convey a sense of elegance and tradition. Often this style features curved lines and a variety of patterns and textures that can be highly detailed and add depth to the room. Traditional designs are comfortable spaces inspired by 18th and 19th century European decor that has a timeless charm still popular today.
Rustic style provides a sense of ruggedness, durability, charm and warmth. This style often includes raw, sometimes unfinished elements designed with great craftsmanship reminiscent of a time when expert artisans and blacksmiths transformed pure iron into simple, functional designs. Rustic style seamlessly combines beauty and grit. Dark, earthy tones make for an inviting space that feels like it was made just for you.