Design Styles

Enjoy 1 of our 6 signature styles or combine 2+ to create the ultimate custom showing experience for potential buyers!

Bohemian

Also known as Boho.

Key Attributes: playful, eclectic, layered, vintage, textured, messy, organic shapes, tassels, pampas

​The bohemian style originates from the relaxed hippie-inspired 70s.  The style itself is laidback and layered in textures with mixed and matched patterns.  Today’s current boho style features layers of neutrals with pops of light wood, rattan, and natural earthy tones that create a casual, lived-in-inspired look.

Often paired with coastal, Scandinavian, and farmhouse styles.

Bohemian

Also known as Boho.

Key Attributes: playful, eclectic, layered, vintage, textured, messy, organic shapes, tassels, pampas

​The bohemian style originates from the relaxed hippie-inspired 70s.  The style itself is laidback and layered in textures with mixed and matched patterns.  Today’s current boho style features layers of neutrals with pops of light wood, rattan, and natural earthy tones that create a casual, lived-in-inspired look.

Often paired with coastal, Scandinavian, and farmhouse styles.

FARMHOUSE

Key Attributes: chunky wood, distressed finishes, shiplap, aged materials, simple lines, darker tones, galvanized metal

The modern farmhouse trend derives from a place of simple and modest living. It’s a very natural and effortless way of expression. This style tends to use a lot of repurposed materials in the design. With a rather monochromatic color palette, the raw and rustic elements speak for themselves.  Its main style identifiers can be found in all the natural textures of materials. This style is often understated as it gives a nod to the nostalgic past while staying current with modern fixtures and finishes often found in matte black.

Often paired with the industrial style.

FARMHOUSE

Key Attributes: chunky wood, distressed finishes, shiplap, aged materials, simple lines, darker tones, galvanized metal

The modern farmhouse trend derives from a place of simple and modest living. It’s a very natural and effortless way of expression. This style tends to use a lot of repurposed materials in the design. With a rather monochromatic color palette, the raw and rustic elements speak for themselves.  Its main style identifiers can be found in all the natural textures of materials. This style is often understated as it gives a nod to the nostalgic past while staying current with modern fixtures and finishes often found in matte black.

Often paired with the industrial style.

INDUSTRIAL

Key Attributes: urban, minimal, metal, repurposed, black, white, masculine, concrete

Industrial style takes its inspiration from the factory and urban environments.  We started to see a shift towards its popularity when millennials began to value experiences over things. Minimalism was born out of the need for convenience and efficiency which catapulted a large segment of our population to take a live simple approach to life. Industrialism draws its energy from raw, unfinished forms such as exposed brick and ductwork, concrete floors, and raw unfinished metals.

Often paired with farmhouse and mid-century modern styles.

INDUSTRIAL

Key Attributes: urban, minimal, metal, repurposed, black, white, masculine, concrete

Industrial style takes its inspiration from the factory and urban environments.  We started to see a shift towards its popularity when millennials began to value experiences over things. Minimalism was born out of the need for convenience and efficiency which catapulted a large segment of our population to take a live simple approach to life. Industrialism draws its energy from raw, unfinished forms such as exposed brick and ductwork, concrete floors, and raw unfinished metals.

Often paired with farmhouse and mid-century modern styles.

MID CENTURY MODERN

Key Attributes: velvet, leather, clean lines, geometric shapes, molded plastic, ergonomic forms, timeless, minimal, moody

Drawing inspirations from the 40s – 60s, the mid-century design was an offshoot of modernism featuring clean lines, immense functionality, and an elegance that was affordable to the everyday person due to the mass production era. Part of its popularity comes from its timeless shapes and forms.  It has the ability to mix and match and blend with several different tastes and styles.  This style often teeters into a moody vibe and often has a regal feel featuring camel leathers, rich woods, and deep color tones throughout the design.

Often paired with industrial, modern, and Scandinavian styles.

MID CENTURY MODERN

Key Attributes: velvet, leather, clean lines, geometric shapes, molded plastic, ergonomic forms, timeless, minimal, moody

Drawing inspirations from the 40s – 60s, the mid-century design was an offshoot of modernism featuring clean lines, immense functionality, and an elegance that was affordable to the everyday person due to the mass production era. Part of its popularity comes from its timeless shapes and forms.  It has the ability to mix and match and blend with several different tastes and styles.  This style often teeters into a moody vibe and often has a regal feel featuring camel leathers, rich woods, and deep color tones throughout the design.

Often paired with industrial, modern, and Scandinavian styles.

MODERN

Key Attributes: sleek, clean lines, metals, glass, steel components, simple color pallet, minimalism, large windows

The modern interior design style plays into a more contemporary take on the ideals of mid-century modern style where a lot of the wood is replaced with metals. Modern design is all about clean lines, minimalism, and a focus on function over form. That doesn’t mean that it has to be boring, though! Modern interiors can be warm and inviting while still being stylish and contemporary. Using sleek, minimalist furniture combined with eye-catching accessories along with mixing and matching popular metals, this style is very sought!

Often paired with glam, industrial or farmhouse styles.

MODERN

Key Attributes: sleek, clean lines, metals, glass, steel components, simple color pallet, minimalism, large windows

The modern interior design style plays into a more contemporary take on the ideals of mid-century modern style where a lot of the wood is replaced with metals. Modern design is all about clean lines, minimalism, and a focus on function over form. That doesn’t mean that it has to be boring, though! Modern interiors can be warm and inviting while still being stylish and contemporary. Using sleek, minimalist furniture combined with eye-catching accessories along with mixing and matching popular metals, this style is very sought!

Often paired with glam, industrial or farmhouse styles.

TRANSITIONAL

This is the most common requested style here at Realestaged. We have taken the ideals of a transitional style and really created our signature look using it. Transitional styling is a modern twist on the classic traditional styles, rooting itself in timeless design elements. It’s a blended and cohesive style that often mixes and matches many design elements from each style and time period. In the Realestaged transitional style, you’ll see a lot of modern elements featuring camel leather colors, mustards, and neutrals.

TRANSITIONAL

This is the most common requested style here at Realestaged. We have taken the ideals of a transitional style and really created our signature look using it. Transitional styling is a modern twist on the classic traditional styles, rooting itself in timeless design elements. It’s a blended and cohesive style that often mixes and matches many design elements from each style and time period. In the Realestaged transitional style, you’ll see a lot of modern elements featuring camel leather colors, mustards, and neutrals.