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By Kelsie Allen Barton | Photo: | | September 28, 2017
Are you a mix-and-match master, or is your mantra “less is more”? Do you favor contemporary shapes and patterns, or distressed furniture and finishes? Here, we break down three popular decor styles and how to achieve each look.
Boho-chic style embraces freedom of expression. It’s a mix of vintage finds with new treasures, soft and serene lighting with busy tribal-inspired textiles and color, color, color—really, the sky’s the limit.
Try it if... you have more plants than furniture, a penchant for layering rugs and an inextinguishable sense of wanderlust.
This all-American aesthetic has a collected-over-time look and a cozy, laid-back vibe. Think furniture crafted from distressed woods, a palette of lived-in neutrals and earth tones, and a focus on upcycling and renovating.
Try it if... your Pinterest boards are filled with farmhouse sinks, butcher-block islands, rugged beams and shiplap.