From traditional to modern, industrial to tropical, our style guides help you put the finishing touches on your dream designs.

Your home should reflect your personality. Realize its full potential with our help. Our design experts have created these guides to help you master nine popular interior design styles. Find answers to your questions about color, material, and shape to ensure your finished room has a cohesive feel to it. Identify the elements of Mid-Century Modern, Art Deco and Transitional style, and learn to identify appropriate pieces to recreate them in your own home. Our interior designers are also available to help you plan and execute a style makeover, even offering a latchkey service that takes the entire burden off your shoulders. Contact us or visit the showroom to start turning your newfound design inspiration into a stunning new room.

Art Deco

Characterized by rich colors and bold geometric shapes, this eclectic, classic style from the 1930’s is everlasting.

Contemporary

With clean lines, polished surfaces, and a few intricate details, this eclectic style creates a comfortable room without clutter

Industrial

Looking to decompress from the glitz and glam styles that have been dominating as of late?

Mid Century Modern

This significant design movement describes mid-century developments in design, architecture and urban development from 1933-1965

Modern

A timeless, iconic style with many incarnations, this look can simply be defined as a reflection of modern art on the home

Traditional

Find the elegance and order of Old World Europe and early American history in this style with classic shapes and unfussy details

Transitional

Transitional style is a marriage of traditional and contemporary furniture, finishes and fabrics equating to a timeless design.

Tropical

Tropical style is equal parts local custom, a laid back approach to living and an emphasis on the outdoors.

Tuscan & Mediterranean

A lot of homes in Florida use these styles, architect Addison Mizner settled in Florida and spread his love for this design.