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Quiz: Find Your Interior Design Style

1. How do you want your home to feel when you walk through the door?
A) Warm and Cosy
B) Classic and Welcoming
C) Minimal and Chic
D) Light and Bright

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2. When choosing a pop of colour, I’d pick:
A) Burnt orange
B) Navy blue
C) Dusty pink
D) Sage green

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3. Which timber tone would you prefer for your furniture?
A) Walnut
B) Weathered Grey
C) Japan Black
D) Oak

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4. You are out shopping, what would catch your attention first?
A) A retro style sideboard
B) A gorgeous blue and white ginger jar
C) A sleek round mirror
D) Textured cane bar stools

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5. Which era interests you the most?
A) The 1950’s
B) The 1990’s
C) 2020 and beyond
D) 19060’s

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6. What home activity sounds most like you?
A) Making a cocktail using ingredients from your bar cart
B) Having a cup of tea in a comfortable armchair
C) Sipping your espresso in your modern kitchen
D) Sitting on your balcony with a fresh fruit salad

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7. Which is your favourite neutral tone?
A) Brown
B) Grey
C) Black
D) White

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8. When selecting artwork, which would you choose?
A) An abstract piece with brightly coloured shapes
B) A series of framed printed coral pieces
C) A large canvas with washes of muted colours
D) An aerial view photograph of the ocean

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Mostly A’s – Mid-Century Modern Style
You love a warm feeling home that is practical, yet stylish. Mid-Century Modern style includes rich timbers, vibrant colours and warm tones throughout. With a focus on wooden pieces in species of walnut and teak, this design style is an absolute classic. The furniture is practical and has clean lines, organic forms and is highly practical. Try experimenting with colours such as burnt orange, mustard yellow and muddy green to complete the look.

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Mostly B’s – Hamptons Style
Inspired by the beautiful beach houses of Long Island, Hamptons Style has been popular for years now, with good reason. This design style is elegant, classic and welcoming and leans away from anything super modern or trend driven. Hamptons style furniture is classic in shape with luxurious, plush sofas, rolled timber leg chairs and accents of chrome and antique silver throughout. The colour palette is kept mainly neutral using whites, creams, greys and beige with pops of navy blue or green.

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Mostly C’s – Contemporary Style
If you love a sleek, modern and chic interior, then you have hit the jackpot with this design style. Contemporary style lends itself to modern and minimalistic design with very little ornate details. Furniture is kept minimal and functional with emphasis on good quality and sleek shapes. The colour palette is kept very neutral using tones of white, grey and charcoal and adding contrast through mixed metals. Colour is kept to a minimum in contemporary interiors, but you will see subtle pops of navy, washed out pinks or dark earthy greens to add depth.

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Mostly D’s – Coastal Style
As a lover of light and bright interiors and wanting your home to feel like you are on holidays at all times, coastal style is for you. Coastal design style incorporates a very light colour palette of white, soft beiges and light greys and adds interest through texture. Texture can be added through raw timber materials, cane furniture or wicker baskets to create an oasis-like feel. Keep your furniture shapes organic and choose rounded forms and soft edges. Colour is kept to a minimum and is often added through big, beautiful plants and greenery.

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