Tuesday, 13 October 2009

What's your style?

Hello again! There's an interesting and quick quiz at the Home Goods site to see what's your decorating style. It's fun to do and doesn't take ages as most quizzes! Once you are given your results they also go a step further and give you some tips on how to decorate your home in your style.

My results:

Kifus, you are a Country Casual

Your home expresses your open, easygoing approach to life. You love unique finds, and can turn a few mismatched garden chairs or floral teacups into a charming arrangement. You appreciate a pretty mix of relaxed pieces, like painted wood or weathered furniture, lovely florals and other patterns, lots of throws and pillows, mementos and bunches of fresh flowers that give your home a unique sense of breeziness and charm.

You value comfort. Your home is a warm and open friendly place, and you feel happiest when everyone is cared for and relaxed in your space. Elements like pillows, throws, overstuffed furniture, and good lighting set the mood. You may also enjoy layering different fabrics or mixing patterns to create a cozy effect.

If you'd like to take the quiz go here. I'd love to hear what your results are, so don't forget to come back and tell me!

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1 comment:

  1. I'm earthy casual!
    the colors are cool blues, greens
    exactly how I like it!!

    Earthy Casual

    You're interested in creating a welcoming home where people feel comfortable and happiness flourishes. You appreciate the warmth and individuality of natural materials and handcrafted things and are inspired by colors and forms from nature. You love mixing up different textures and are sensitive to the tactile qualities of objects. Your style is grounded and solid, not flighty or frilly. And you are never taken in by the trend of the moment.

    You value order. You feel happiest if your home is well organized. You understand that when your house is in order, your mind feels clearer. Rather than a lot of meaningless objects or overly-designed items, you are happier with a few well-placed things. Your home is your respite from a busy life. Try to avoid letting things into your home that you don't really love.


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