alternative, experimental and crafted
elegant, Modern, feminine, joyful, classy and creative
It depends on the brief. Generally it is simple and intricate.
I'm more into realistic conceptual.
I don't have spesific design style, because it'll make my designs look the same. My designs depends on my client needs. And different clients have different needs.
Baja Revival. Really! Some Spanish Colonial, the beach and all of the food from the entire Pacific Rim. Lots of color, texture, history. Rustic contemporary - everything is hand made where ever your eye lands.
My preferred style would be ethnically inspired contemporary and a tinge of ultra modern. I have a very eclectic home. My husband is more transitional, loving both contemporary and traditional design. Although I say that the homes I do are all about my client, I often infuse one little piece of me in every design. I am happy to say that I never repeat an interior, right down to never using the same paint color. Each home is all their own. You can look through so many portfolios and see the same thing over and over from one client to another. That is not the case when I work. Each home is truly an individual thought all its own. My style is the spirit of my client interpretted through my paint brush.
I'm more into something that allows freer approach. I loves clearly defined areas , eccentric materials that stands out and element of surprise.
Never really thought about it but I seem to be rather obsessed with straight lines!
my design style have influence from my latest boss, almost I like is minimalism, simple and all material up to infinity.
Contemporary yet minimalistic.
modern, clean, colorful, always changing
Straight lines, simple yet chic
Comfy, Martha Stewart, Nantucket, Home, Warm, Relaxing, Whimsical, Domino Magazine, Ocean Breezes....