Your new home is a blank canvas, awaiting your personal touches, your flair for style; be it dramatic or subtle. Our Design Imaginarium gallery delivers inspiration to help you create your dream home, with the look and feel, that is uniquely you!
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The contemporary style often features irregular, asymmetrical façades and strong, geometric shapes. The floor plan is very open with minimal doors and walls, and extensively utilizes natural light. The flexible floorplans make it easy to adapt to changes in your family needs. Sustainable, eco-friendly materials such as bamboo flooring and granite countertops are very popular. Contemporary houses also tap design history and freely borrow elements from a host of historical styles, mixing them up to create a unique look and feel. Choose Contemporary Styling.
The classic style features simple, clean lines with muted and blended colors, often inspired by Mother Nature, and is focused on order, balance, and perfect harmony. Classically designed rooms often contain large focal points. A large fireplace, grand table, or impressive staircase are good examples of focal points that are often used. The idea behind a classically designed room is to create a sense of perfect symmetry. Objects such as Roman columns, busts, and large vases are also quite common within classical themes.
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Eclectic style encompasses a variety of periods and styles and is brought together through the use of color, texture, shape and finish. An eclectic look is partly defined by the multitude of fabrics, whether they be patterned, textured or both, and a combination of finishes and textures sets the look apart from the rest. Weathered wood tables against a grey wall containing a neat grid of modern art, or poppies in front of a mottled mirror, are great images of the eclectic design style. Choose Eclectic Styling.