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Knowing your design style is the building block you need to begin decorating a space. And while not everyone is an interior designer, once you recognize your basic decorating style, you can start to express yourself with new ideas and make your space truly a part of your home.
Classic furniture (be it antiques or new items made to look and feel like antiques) arranged in a symmetrical pattern throughout the room is the hallmark of a traditional design style. It's devised to transcend time, accented with statement classic mirrors and crystal embellishments.
Just imagine a warm and inviting all season room with a coffee table flanked by two chairs facing a fireplace. This type of traditional design is perfect for an all season room, where the rich colors, symmetry and tailored class exude warmth and comfort.
Modern Room Additions
A traditional room addition with modern décor is characterized by minimal and monochromatic furnishings and designed to be a true extension of your house. But even though the furnishings are minimal, a modern design style often has one bold accent piece and metallic finishes breaking up the monochromatic feel of the room.
A traditional sunroom is the perfect showcase for a modern design style. You can easily transition from the style of your home to the style of your sunroom with subtle color progressions, creating continuity within the space.
Trendy Room Additions
On the opposite spectrum of a modern design, a trendy decorating style is highlighted by splashes of color and bold patterns. Taking risks is the trademark characteristic of a trendy design, making this decorating style ideal for a screen room.
As a separate extension from your main living space, a screen room is the perfect space to create a trendy style where you can be as unique as you want. This is a great place to show a fun diversion from the design style of the rest of your house. There are no rules with a trendy style: just be creative and express your uniqueness with color and pattern.
The most important thing to remember when finding your design style is that you don't have to break the bank just to redo a room. There is no reason to spend lots of money completely refurnishing a space when new accents, finishes and revived furniture may be the only things you need to bolster your design style discovery.
View one of our photo galleries to learn more about the different home addition options that are available. Our galleries will help you envision how your new room will look on your home. Get inspired today.
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