Keep It Fresh: Design Decisions to Consider Before Undertaking a Bathroom Renovation

When moving into a new home, bathrooms are often one of the first things to get updated. They’re such high-traffic spaces that it’s important to make sure they function for your needs. (And, of course, it’s nice when they fit your design style as well!)

But bathroom renovations can be costly and involved—especially if you’re changing the layout or knocking out any walls. So, it’s important to know what you’re getting into before undertaking such a large project. And it’s worth thinking through what you actually need to change versus what would be nice to have. This can help you prioritize where to splurge and where to try and save on your bathroom renovation costs.

All of this leaves you with a lot of decisions to make! But there’s no need to worry—you don’t have to go through a major renovation alone! If you want some bathroom renovation ideas and help to design and plan your bathroom remodel, check out our Renovation Design packages. Our renovation design experts will create immersive, 3D design plans for your renovation project, customized to your style, budget, and lifestyle needs. Learn more about Modsy Renovation Design.

Your renovation design expert will tell you that, when exploring bathroom renovation ideas, there are a few big design decisions to consider:

  • Fixtures and Hardware
  • Walls
  • Flooring
  • Storage
  • Cost

Today we’re walking you through all of the design decisions to think through and plan before you start a bathroom demo. Read more about each of these bathroom renovation ideas below!

Bathroom Fixtures and Hardware

In real estate, a fixture is anything that’s permanently attached to the house. In a bathroom, this generally refers to toilets, sinks, showers, and tubs, as well as lighting and mirrors. Bathroom hardware, like cabinet pulls and faucets also generally fall under this category.


You might be surprised to discover exactly how many styles of toilets are out there. Probably the biggest decision you’ll have to make when shopping for a new toilet is if you want a one or two-piece toilet. A two-piece toilet is the most popular option, where the tank and bowl are actually separate pieces. There are more style options available with two-piece toilets and they also tend to be more budget-friendly. One-piece toilets tend to have a smaller footprint, which is great for small bathrooms. They’re also more durable and easier to clean!

Tubs and Showers

Some bathrooms have combined tubs and showers, others have freestanding tubs and a shower stall, and still, others have only one or the other. Tub options run from economical molded kits and drop-in tubs to luxurious freestanding soaking tubs. Whatever style you choose, a tub is a must-have for households with young children. Showers can also run the gamut, ranging from simple shower inserts to custom tiled rain showers. Standalone shower stalls are the most practical choice for small bathrooms.

Vanities and Sinks

There are two general options for bathroom sinks—freestanding pedestal sinks or vanities with built-in sinks. Pedestal sinks don’t offer storage space, but they’re a good choice for powder rooms and small bathrooms. Vanity sinks are more practical; they tend to offer both drawer and cabinet storage, and you have the flexibility to have one or two sinks built into the vanity, depending on the space you have to work with.


In a bathroom, you’ll generally have a mirror above your sink. If you have a double vanity, you’ll want to choose either one large, rectangular mirror or individual mirrors above each sink. Some people also appreciate a full-length mirror in their bathroom, particularly if it’s part of a primary bedroom suite.


There are a couple of lighting areas to consider in a bathroom. You’ll generally want vanity lighting above your sink and mirror, which provides proper lighting for makeup application and other personal care needs. But it can be nice to have an overhead flush-mount light as well, plus additional recessed lighting in or around your tub or shower. This layered lighting also allows you to create the level of brightness you desire throughout the day.

Faucets, Showerheads, and Hardware

Faucets, showerheads, and bathroom hardware are a great way to drive home the design style of your bathroom. (Hardware can include anything from vanity draw pulls to towel racks and toilet paper holders.) With each of these pieces, you have your choice of a variety of finishes—from black or bronze to brass, nickel, or chrome. The shape of these pieces of hardware will also impact if your space feels more modern or traditional. Swapping out your hardware and faucet is a low-cost, high-impact way to update the look of your bathroom.

Bathroom Walls

When it comes to your bathroom walls, you can keep it simple or make a statement. Aside from paint colors, there are a number of wall treatments you can put on your walls to achieve the particular style you’re going for. But different design choices will, of course, impact your budget, the time it takes to complete your bathroom renovation, and if it can be DIY or if you’ll need professional assistance.

Painted Walls

Painted walls are the simplest and easiest ways to finish your bathroom walls. And, it’s a great way to easily add color or change the look of your bathroom if you want a quick refresh! It’s probably obvious, but paint is also the most affordable option for bathroom walls. We recommend using a satin sheen when painting bathroom walls.

Tile Walls

Tile walls are durable and easy to clean—which is definitely a plus when it comes to bathrooms! And while installation may take a bit longer than simple drywall, it can also have a big visual impact. Tiling can be simple and affordable (think: white subway tiles) or luxurious and detailed, with intricate designs or hand-made tiles. There’s something to fit any and all price points!


Millwork like beadboard, wainscotting, or board and batten can add a timeless, classic look to your bathroom. Woodwork like this—which is often just installed on the lower half of a bathroom wall—can also help protect the drywall. This wall add-on can be tackled as a DIY project, but depending on the design you choose, it can be more custom and involved. If that’s the case, bring in the professionals!


Installing wallpaper in your bathroom is a great way to add a pop of color, pattern, and character to your bathroom! It’s great for an accent wall or peek-a-boo nook, like the photo above. However, since wallpaper can be sensitive to humidity, this type of wall treatment is best for low-moisture bathrooms—particularly half-baths where there isn’t a shower or a guest bathroom that isn’t used for showering as often. Peel-and-stick wallpaper is great for those who just want to dabble in the wallpaper trend. But if you’re going for traditional wallpaper, we recommend hiring a professional for proper installation.


Bathroom Floors

bathroom with tile flooring

The flooring you choose for your bathroom can have a big impact on the overall style of your bathroom. But the material you choose also determines how high or low-maintenance it is—and, of course, impacts your budget.

Tile Floors

Tile is the most common bathroom floor choice—and for good reason. Tile can get wet without getting damaged and it’s easy to clean. Tile also comes in so many different materials, colors, styles, and patterns; it’s incredibly versatile for a range of styles and budgets. However, tile can be quite cold if you don’t have in-floor heating, and it’s slippery when wet. And, while tile has a long life, the grout needs to be replaced about every 10 years.

Wood Floors

Wood floors are a great way to add visual warmth to your bathroom. And physically, wood floors are also warmer than the more common tile flooring. However, wood is more sensitive to moisture and humidity than tile—so only install wood flooring into a bathroom with good ventilation. Wood flooring is a better choice in a half-bath, where you don’t have a tub or shower that will potentially leak water onto the floor. Despite its sensitivity, wood flooring is beautiful and versatile, and when treated properly will have a long life. It can even be refinished to extend the life and refresh the look.

Vinyl Floors

Vinyl is a durable and affordable material. Since it’s waterproof, it’s a great flooring material for high-traffic areas or bathrooms where spills are more likely to occur (we’re looking at you, kids and pets!). You can opt for vinyl tiling or vinyl planks that mimic the look of wood flooring. Vinyl flooring is also fairly easy and affordable to swap out if you want to refresh the look of your bathroom.


Bathroom Storage

Bathroom linen storage

There isn’t anyone who wants less bathroom storage. In fact, most bathroom renovations include adding storage! Having ample storage space in your bathroom means less clutter on your countertops. Plus, the proper amount of storage space can transform the usability of your space. Here are some storage areas to consider.

Bath and Shower Storage

One often-overlooked bathroom storage necessity is proper bath and shower storage. So many tubs and showers don’t have built-in niches or shelves where you can store shampoo, conditioner, and soap. Instead, you’re stuck hanging shower caddies on your showerheads or trying to get tension-rod shelves to stay put. When undertaking a bathroom renovation, it’s well worth it to think through bath and shower storage.



There are a couple of different places in the bathroom where it’s helpful to have closed cabinet storage. First off, it’s nice to have towels and toilet paper ticked away in your bathroom, rather than in a hall closet. When you need a fresh towel or a toilet paper refill, you don’t want to have to leave the bathroom to grab them. So, it’s ideal to have a linen closet or cabinet for stashing these essentials.

It’s also ideal to have ample storage space for personal care products like lotion, makeup, and medications. Some bathrooms have cabinets that hide behind the mirror above the sink, which offers easy-access storage. If you opt for a sink with vanity rather than a pedestal sink, you’ll also get some drawers and under-sink storage to keep more products close at hand. If you don’t have one or both of these storage options near your sink, you’ll want to think about other cabinetry or storage space you can add to your bathroom to give yourself enough space to store all of your products while keeping them easily accessible.

Freestanding Storage and Floating Shelves

If you need a little extra storage space but aren’t ready to undergo a bathroom remodel, consider adding some freestanding storage shelves or installing floating shelves for aesthetically pleasing personal care products or decor.

Bathroom Renovation Costs

Costs for a bathroom remodel can vary pretty drastically depending on if it’s a total gut remodel or just some hardware and paint updates. The square footage of your bathroom will also impact your budget. For example, a powder room (AKA a half-bath) will generally cost less than a full bathroom. And if you decide to change the layout, which often involves moving to plumb, the overall cost will jump significantly. While there are so many factors that impact cost, below you’ll find three general levels for a bathroom renovation.

The Starter Bathroom

Starter bathroom with blue and white tile pattern

If you just moved into your first home or are embarking on your first renovation project (especially if it’s DIY), this is probably the level of renovation you want to undertake. You want a bathroom that’s practical for your needs and reflective of your style—but it’s all about achieving this with the lowest-cost, highest-impact design choices.

The Budget: $3,000–$5,000

To keep the budget for this level of renovation reasonable, keep and reuse as many pieces of the original bathroom as possible—and definitely keep the original layout. Only swap out the fixtures that absolutely need to be updated; otherwise, opt for simple hardware updates that will make a big visual difference without a big price tag.

The Needs and Wants: 

  • Choose affordable, entry-point hardware and select fixture upgrades
  • Keep original layout, flooring, and large fixtures, but use wall treatments, decor, and hardware to update the look to your preferred style
  • Select durable materials that can handle wear-and-tear
  • Use paint and decor to drive home your unique style

The Family Investment

Family style bathroom with lots of closed storage

This level of renovation is generally embarked upon to meet the lifestyle needs of a homeowner. Sometimes that’s accommodating a growing family or guests and other times it’s reflective of storage needs or outdated fixtures. Often style preferences play a role in the direction of the final look of the space.

The Budget: $10,000–$30,000

With this renovation level, you’re investing enough that you want to make sure the materials and fixtures you choose are ones you love and can live with for a while. You want to make sure the materials you choose are durable and can withstand plenty of foot traffic over a long period of time.  It may not be 100% your dream bathroom, since practicality is definitely a factor—but it’s going to come pretty close, with the added benefit that it will better serve you or your family’s needs.

The Needs and Wants: 

  • Update wall treatments and flooring
  • Install new hardware and possibly fixtures
  • Add storage to meet your or your family’s needs
  • Prioritize a highly functional and durable design that’s adaptable for a growing family or changing needs

The Luxe Bathroom

Luxurious bathroom with wood paneling

This is the type of bathroom that dreams are made of. This is generally a bathroom renovation that you plan and save for quite a while, with the end result being a high-end, spa-like bathroom that’s tailored to your exact needs and wants.

The Budget: $30,000+

For a luxurious bathroom renovation, you’ll want to make sure you have a pretty robust budget so that you can make all the updates you desire.  For this renovation, go big and splurge on beautiful, high-quality materials and professional labor to make sure everything is installed to perfection.

The Needs and Wants: 

  • Reconfiguring the layout and potentially moving walls and/or fixtures
  • Update flooring and possibly install in-floor heating
  • Install custom tilework
  • Update hardware and fixtures throughout the space
  • Add storage space

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Sofa Buying Guide: 5 Questions to Help You Decide How Much to Spend a New Sofa

With so much of life currently spent at home, it’s more important than ever to have furniture that works for your life. And, after countless TV show binge-watching sessions on our sofas (and some reading of books too—don’t worry!), we’ve decided that a good sofa is worth its weight in gold.

So, it might be time to ask yourself if you have a sofa you love or if it’s time for something new? And if you’re embarking on the hunt for the perfect sofa, you’ve come to the right place.

GIF of different sofas swapping into a room

The “perfect sofa” looks different for everyone—but there are some universal non-negotiables when it comes to finding the right sofa for you. It should be comfortable, fit in your living room, reflect your style, and hopefully last a few years (if not more). Not to mention it should be a price that fits within your budget!

But all that is easier said than done. It doesn’t take long in the search process to discover that shopping for furniture isn’t always simple. There are a lot of decisions to make: Do you opt for a sectional or sofa? Do you try to save some money with a cheap sofa or splurge on a more high-end sofa? Is it even possible to find nice couches under $500—or sectionals under $1,000? Oh, and what about sofa materials??

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Before you get completely overwhelmed by all the possibilities, we’ve found that it’s generally best to start by thinking through your budget and how much you’d like to spend on your sofa before getting lost in the world of sofa styles and materials.

What you choose to invest in a new sofa is totally up to you and your needs. For some people, it might make sense to invest in a quality piece that will last years. For others, buying something that works for right now is a better option.

If you’ve been asking yourself, “How much should I spend on a sofa??” we’re here to help. We’ve designed countless living rooms and have helped thousands of Modsy customers pick the perfect sofa for their style, space, and budget. And we’ve created a sofa buying guide to help you uncover how much money you should spend on a new sofa.

Here are 5 questions to ask yourself before you buy a new sofa.

staging velvet sofas

Question 1: How much do you want to spend on a sofa?

It can be hard to wrap your head around how much you should spend on a sofa, especially if you’re not even sure what the average cost of a sofa is. A good place to start is getting familiar with some average price ranges for couches and sofas.

How much does a sofa cost?

Here are the average price ranges for sofas.

  • $1000 or less: The sub-thousand dollar range is what we’d consider an inexpensive sofa.
  • $1000 – $2000: A mid-range priced sofa generally falls in between one to two thousand dollars.
  • $2000 or more: We’d consider anything above two grand to be an expensive sofa.

The Bottom Line: Survey the sofa landscape to help you get a sense of how much you might want to spend.

display of velvet sofas

Question 2: How nomadic are you?

Sofas are large, bulky, and not the easiest pieces of furniture to move. One that works perfectly in your current home might not fit through the doorway at your next. So it’s important to ask yourself if it’s worth investing in a high-end sofa if you move every year or two or if you should look at more inexpensive sofas for the time being. So, think through how nomadic you are and how invested you are in moving a sofa from place to place.

Your solve:

  • I move a lot or will be moving soon: If you plan to only live where you are for under a year, consider skimping on an inexpensive sofa that you won’t have to worry about lugging to a new location.
  • I’m relatively settled: Around five years? Maybe a slightly higher-quality option is the best fit for you. You want something that will last you that half-decade or so, but won’t be missed if you can’t bring it with you.
  • I’m in it for the long haul: Finally, if you are relatively settled in your current home, it makes more sense to invest in a high-quality sofa that will last.

The Bottom Line: Your overall timeline is important to consider before making a big-ticket purchase that isn’t easy to transport with you.

display of linen sofas

Question 3: Are you into interior design trends?

A trendy sofa looks great right now, but you might find you’re sick of it after a short time. Depending on what you think of decor trends, here’s what we’d recommend for your next couch.

Your solve:

  • I love trends: If you can’t say no to a sofa with a bold color or statement pattern, consider opting for a lower-cost option rather than investing in a more expensive one. Unlike decorative accents, you can’t as easily move a sofa from room to room when you get tired of it. Don’t sink your money into something you’ll be sick of in a year. Instead, consider incorporating that velvet trend into a few pillows.
  • Trends don’t phase me: If you’re looking for a sofa that can transcend your current tastes, consider investing in a high-quality option. This can be a sofa with a neutral fabric, a quality leather option, or even a sofa with a versatile shape, such as a chaise that can switch sides.

The Bottom Line: If you want to splurge on a quality sofa, it’s important to find one that works for both now and later.

display of velvet sofas

Question 4: Do you have kids or pets?

Although we love kids and we love pets, it’s a fact that they are the culprits behind a lot of our furniture’s wear and tear. Be sure to factor your real and fur babies into the equation when buying a piece of furniture.

Your solve:

  • Don’t stress: One way around this is to choose a budget-friendly sofa that you don’t mind replacing as it gets worn out.
  • Call for reinforcements: The alternative is to invest in a higher quality option. Opt for a sofa that’s durable and can take whatever your kids/pets throw at it. Consider choosing a stain-resistant fabric or with a slipcover that you can easily toss in the wash. Quality leather is also great for pets. You want something that won’t stain or rip easily and doesn’t attract fur like a magnet.

The Bottom Line: You know your kids and pets the best, so factor them into the picture when deciding what sofa makes sense for your family.

staging velvet sofas

Question 5: How much time will you spend on your sofa?

Just like your mattress, if you use your couch a lot, don’t make yourself miserable with something that’s uncomfortable. (And let’s be real—with the current state of the world, we’re all spending a lot more time on our sofas, aren’t we?)

Your solve:

  • My sofa is just for looks: If you’re always on the go and rarely spend time on your sofa, no need to invest in a high-quality, ultra-comfy option. Something inexpensive but stylish can suffice.
  • My sofa is my other half: If you’re a self-proclaimed couch potato or your living room revolves around TV-viewing, don’t skimp on a cheap sofa that makes you uncomfortable. You can find plenty of inexpensive and mid-range sofas that are also comfortable and of high quality.

The Bottom Line: Invest in quality and comfort for the things you use daily, like your mattress and sofa.


Ready to find your perfect sofa?

Read our guide to sofa styles and learn more about how to buy a sofa online to make shopping for this living room staple as comfortable as lounging on it.

Or, if you want some insurance before splurging on a sofa, try on some options in your home before you make the investment. Modsy can help show you how real sofas will look in your actual home with our 3D designs.

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This post was updated on May 12, 2021


Interior Design & You: Discovering Your Personal Style

Welcome to Interior Design & You, a virtual design seminar led by Alessandra Wood, Modsy’s VP of Style. In this series, you’ll learn some of the basics of interior design, as well as how to personalize your own home. Watch session two, How to Identify Your Personal Style, below—or scroll through the post for a recap!

Interior design is deeply personal. That’s because it involves the spaces in which we live. And we all want our homes (where we’re now spending more time than ever before) to be a reflection of ourselves. At Modsy, we love helping people discover their personal interior design style. But so many people don’t even know where to start when it comes to identifying or talking about their own interior design style.

So, if you’re wondering “How do I know what design style I like??” we’re here to help. In fact, that’s what today’s seminar is all about. Of course, we’d be remiss to not mention our style quiz, which is an easy way to help you hone in on your preferred interior design style, especially when giving our online interior design services a spin. But, beyond that, we have some other tips to share today on how to think about your personal style!

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Getting Started

When we talk about style, we might use terms that are very stylistically (and industry) driven—terms like Mid-Century Modern, Minimalism, Boho, or Rustic. But all of these styles are really just a mix of some basic elements. We created a scale (which you can see above) that helps illustrate the five basic spectrums on which all interior design styles live. These spectrums are empty to full, old to new, formal to casual, organic to fabricated, and safe to adventurous. We’ll define each of these spectrums below!

But before that, a couple grounding thoughts to get us started…

We’re All Eclectic By Nature

In terms of interior design styles, most of us don’t fall squarely into one style category. Rather, we all tend to have a slightly eclectic mix of interests. We all have so many different inputs and sources of inspiration in our lives when it comes to style—from our parents or grandparents’ styles, pop culture, places you’ve travelled, along with all the beautiful images you see on Instagram and Pinterest. All of those things influence what you are attracted to and what you love. So, we want to show you how to merge it all into one space.

Style Is Super Personal

As we mentioned earlier, style is super personal. What you love is what you love—and that’s the most important thing. An interior designer can help you unearth what you’re naturally drawn to, but at Modsy we believe what’s most important is that you have a space that you love and that reflects who you are. That’s what drives what we do every day! Through today’s seminar, we hope you not only start to pinpoint your personal style, but learn to be daring and accepting of it!

Now, let’s dive into these basic elements and spectrums of interior design, explore how they come to life in a space, and help you figure out your own personal style.

how do i know what design style i like

Empty vs. Full

Empty or full? No, we’re not talking about hunger here. In interior design, empty or full spaces refer to how much stuff is in a room, whether physical objects or visual stimuli.

how do i know what design style i like

Empty: When referring to an emptier space, you might hear design terms like minimal, contemporary, and modern.

Full: If you lean more toward a style that feels full, with more objects, colors, and patterns, words that describe these spaces might be eclectic, bohemian, maximalism.

Somewhere in the Middle: But, like we said, these two elements are a spectrum. So, most styles will live somewhere on the spectrum rather than being completely empty or entirely full. Some of these style combinations that blend empty and full are contemporary eclectic, like the room shown above, and minimalist maximalist.

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Old vs. New

On the spectrum of old versus new, you might be someone who wants everything to be vintage or antique. (We’re talking to all the Emily Gilmore’s out there!) On the other end of the spectrum are those who only want to fill their homes with new objects—to go to a store and buy everything off the shelf. But there’s a lot of in between here; you don’t have to choose just one extreme. In fact, a mix of old and new gives a lot of depth and a sense of story to your space.

how do i know what design style i like

Old: As we think of different style terminology that might align with the old side, you might think classic, formal, or American traditional.

New: On the new end, you might lean toward contemporary, modern, or mid-century modern.

Somewhere in the Middle: Some great examples of styles that meet in the middle are Victorian Farmhouse or even an “old meets new” style that combines one statement antique piece paired with furniture that has modern and minimal lines for added drama and higher contrast. (Want to learn a little more about decorating with antiques? Check out episode 2 of our podcast!)

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Formal vs. Casual

It’s probably pretty easy to visualize formal and casual spaces. Formal spaces are those where everything is pulled together and not a pillow is out of place. There’s probably a lot of symmetry going on, with pieces designed for more formal entertaining. Meanwhile, a casual space is where you can kick back and lounge. Rooms with casual style tend to feel more welcoming and inviting and less precious and stiff.

how do i know what design style i like

Formal: Design styles that lean more formal are those like classic, Hollywood glam, and traditional.

Casual: Styles that lean more casual are eclectic, bohemian, rustic, and mid-century modern—styles that are all about livability.

Somewhere in the Middle: But, of course, there are always styles that are happy mediums. This includes styles like Traditional Comfort and Bohemian Glam.

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Organic vs. Fabricated

You might be wondering how the terms organic and fabricated fit into the world of interior design. But in this realm, organic refers to the materials, shapes, and forms of furniture and decor. These are pieces that take inspiration from the natural world—whether in their materials or shapes, which are often evocative of nature. Fabricated pieces, on the other hand, are clearly designed. Their shape, form, or style have a clear guiding hand; you look at them and know that a craftsman or artisan created them.

how do i know what design style i like

Organic: Styles that fit into the organic realm are eclectic, rustic, farmhouse, and coastal.

Fabricated: Styles that align with fabricated pieces are industrial, modern, and minimal.

Somewhere in the Middle: Combined, you’ll find styles like Mid-Century Minimal and Bohemian Glam.

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Safe vs. Adventurous

On the spectrum of safe to adventurous, you might not want to define yourself as safe—but In interior design, safe definitely doesn’t mean boring! It simply means it’s a design style that feels less bold and trend-forward, with pieces that lean more traditional and have a more neutral color palette. Adventurous designs, on the other hand, are more wild. They layer more colors, bold materials, and sculptural elements. People who lean toward adventurous designs indulge in trends and tend to change out pieces every few years to keep up with those trends.

how do i know what design style i likeSafe: On the safe side are design styles like contemporary, transitional, modern, and rustic (proof that safe can absolutely be stylish and beautiful).

Adventurous: If you want to go big and bold with color, pattern, and form, you probably lean toward eclectic, bohemian, and Hollywood glam.

Somewhere in the Middle: Styles like California Modern and Comfortably Chic do a beautiful job of mixing safe and adventurous design elements.

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Putting it into Action

These are our five scales that we’re thinking about as we help you understand and think about your own style—and elements we take into consideration in your room designs. We hope they give you a good framework to think about your own personal style. And remember—you don’t have to stick with just one style. You may do different styles in different spaces within your home, or gravitate toward different styles at different times in your life. We contain multitudes—so there’s no need to limit yourself.

Now, you’ll be set to explore some interior design ideas to visualize these design elements in action. And if you’re curious to learn a little more about interior design styles, be sure to check out episode one of The Render, Modsy’s very own podcast, where we unpack how to discover your interior design style and what your style says about you

So, where do you fall on these spectrums? What styles do you resonate with most? We’d love to hear! And don’t forget to check out session 1 and session 3 of Interior Design & You!

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