The 12 Design Themes you can choose from!

   1. MID-CENTURY MODERN   

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Mid-century Modern style is known for sleek lines mixed with organic curves and shapes. The color scheme used are deep and rich, similar to our branding colors! Stylish Eames and Vitra furniture usually complete the look and add unique style to your space. MORE >

 
 

   2. TROPICAL   

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Tropical style is about comfort that embraces nature. It is drawn from natural elements and materials like bamboo, rattan, jute, wood etc. Tropical palette comes from the colors of nature too. Hues are deep and rich that adds life to your space. MORE >

 

   3. MINIMALIST   

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Minimalist style is all about simplicity. It showcases the concept of less is more and removes the inessential from your space. It involves clean lines and uncluttered furniture arrangement. Color palette in this style is usually monochromatic. MORE >

 

   4. MODERN   

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Modern style is governed by the principle of form follows function. It reflects the modern art movement and the rejection of ornamentation to your space. It ranges from bright to bold design -inspired from abstract art to minimalist design furniture. MORE >

 

   5. ECLECTIC   

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Eclectic style is a harmony of assorted elements. It is a mixture of different styles, diverse eras, contrasting texture and bold colors. It highlights funky details and personalized collections to make your space unique and full of character. MORE >

 

   6. ASIAN   

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Asian style is also known as oriental style. It showcases patterns and details familiar with Asian countries. It is mostly inspired by the colors of nature - vibrant accent hues against neutral colors. It adds a global character to your space. MORE >

 

   7. INDUSTRIAL   

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Industrial style is utilitarian. It creates an emphasis on adding raw and unfinished look to your space through the use of exposed bricks, bare finishes, and smooth metals.  This style adds a vintage-classic vibe to your space. MORE >

 

   8. TRANSITIONAL   

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Transitional style is a combination of traditional design and contemporary elements. It is elegant, sophisticated and timeless. Usually characterized by the mixture of complementing colors with bold furniture pieces that creates a harmonious balance in your space. MORE >

 

   9. THEMATIC   

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Thematic style enables you to choose a specific character / theme for your space. It is usually associated with a kids room as themes can cover outer space, pirate ships and other enchanting words. It lets you transform your space into a different time and place. MORE >

 

   10. COASTAL   

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Coastal style is a calming. Light and airy which give you the beach vibes. This style turns your space into a bright and breezy seaside retreat. Whites and blues mixed with casual fabric and furniture gives your space a relaxed and laid-back feel. MORE >

 

   11. SCANDINAVIAN   

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Scandinavian style represents simplicity and functionality. It focuses on neutral colors and functional pieces. Clean lines, handcrafted décor and functional storage pieces are present in this style. It also focuses on essential and functional items. MORE >

 

   12. TRADITIONAL   

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Traditional style covers formal design principles and love for ornaments. It is a style that is thoroughly refined and timeless. It brings elegance, essence of the classics and symmetry of design to your space. MORE >

 
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