DESIGN STYLES ... a taste of the many design styles.  Which do you prefer?  You need not be limited to one.  Scroll over picture for style description.

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Art Deco

Asian-Inspired

Contemporary

Eclectic

English Country

French Country

Hi-Tech

Italian Country

Neo-Classic

Northwest

Traditional

Victorian

Art Deco
Art Deco

Characterized by angular lines and flowing curves, Art Deco is a French Style Revival from the 20's and 30's.

Asian-Inspired
Asian-Inspired

Asian-inspired accents and accessories add a touch of elegance and interest to contemporary and traditional-style spaces.

Contemporary
Contemporary

Contemporary design is fresh, inventive and highly stylistic. This style is a collaboration of elements combined for their modernisti, linear and geometric line.

Eclectic
Eclectic

Eclectic design encompasses several styles to create a unique and custom look. This design is saavy and inventive combining various colors, patterns and textures.

English Country
English Country

English Country has a timeless design and reflects a lavish look, often referred to as romantic. Garden colors -- pinks, greens, yellows and blues are favored.

French Country
French Country

French Country is the picture of understated luxury. Homes in this style exude grace, tradition and most of all, comfort.

Hi-Tech
Hi-Tech

This style has embraced daring innovations and highly imaginative forms resulting in a dramatic look.

Italian Country
Italian Country

Italian Country reflects the look and feel of Italian county homes and the ruggedness of their surrounding landscape.

Neo-Classic
Neo-Classic

This style imitates the best of European design -- French, Italian, Greek, German and English. Neo-Classic design is elegant and formal with a hint of contemporary with its clean lines.

Northwest
Northwest

Northwest design is characterized by dark color schemes, rustic charm and coziness.

Traditional
Traditional

Traditional style is timeless and lasting. This style calls for pleasing color blends, is characterized by graceful curves and is more formal than casual.

Victorian
Victorian

Victorian style is somewhat formal leaning towards ecletic design with lots of upholstered pieces and patterns found in fabrics and wallpaper.