Contemporary design or modern design relies on clean lines, smooth and polished surfaces, and few intricate details. It is not stark and cold, but contemporary design is comfortable and spacious, without clutter.
Eclectic style, is simple as this: to combine elements or particular styles from different time periods and different origins within a single project.
The new traditional style is characterized by formal furniture with more comfort, sleeker forms, and personal touches, using classic seating silhouettes in a larger scale, with the freedom to mix finishes and periods.
"Old World" references a rich color palette with sensuous textures – and whether ornate or subdued, this design style brings a sense of culture and history to any space.
Transitional style is a marriage of traditional and contemporary furniture, finishes, materials and fabrics equating to a classic, timeless design.
Characterized by clean simplicity and integration with nature, believing function was as important as form and having an emphasis placed specifically on targeting the needs of the average American family from roughly 1933 to 1965.