Traditional style tends to be formal but welcoming. A feeling of formality is accomplished with symmetry, well-ordered arrangements, rich colors, and graceful details.
Furnishings, such as cabinetry and bathroom fixtures, are straightforward and clean, with curving lines and flowing shapes. A traditional room, even the bath, calls for displays of treasures.
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Country decor is functional, sturdy, and straightforward. Furnishings are handcrafted from materials available to the rural populations of a century or more ago.
A wonderfully friendly and adaptive style, a country setting looks as though it's been filled with generations of family living and fun.
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The goal of interior design for Japanese homes is to instill serenity and foster enlightenment. Rigorously simple, Japanese decor fuses practicality, order, and harmony.
A neutral palette allows texture and form to dominate. Japanese homes also are oriented to the outdoors, and often interior and exterior are separated only by sliding panels.
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In large part, this style is a response to the climate and beauty of the surroundings. The Mediterranean region shares abundant sunshine and heat, a shimmering sea, and a lifestyle that is casual, practical, and uncluttered.
Color that is vivid, saturated, and full of contrast is the most extraordinary feature of this style. Paint replicates the hues of nature.
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