10.09.2012

Urban Funk meets New Country

Last week, while reading one of my favorite blogs Love Is, I found this Stylescope link that Andrea had posted about.  Seeing as we are going to be moving into a new place (sooner than later), I took the quiz to see how my style is interpreted into design.

Urban Funk and a touch of New Country are my results.




STYLESCOPE
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WHAT DOES URBAN FUNK LOOK LIKE?

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WHO IS URBAN FUNK?

Urban Funk has undeniable funk and soul. She's at home in a place where industrial meets comfort, where over-the-top meets laid-back chill, and where retro art meets graphic simplicity. And she does all this in a way that feels totally effortless.
Photo: Boho Looks Like

HOW TO STYLE URBAN FUNK?

FIRST STEP

This look begins with an iconic piece, whether wall décor, furniture or just the right retro-inspired object. Start with this item, and work in smaller accessories to complement.
Photo: First Step

DESIGNER TRICK

Arrange graphic or retro-themed pieces at varying heights in a cluster for a bold look.
Photo: Designer Trick

FRESH IDEA

Find a fresh, funky lamp, or simply swap in a new shade in a surprising color to light up an old favorite.

HOW DOES URBAN FUNK ENTERTAIN?



Honestly, I was a bit surprised by the Urban Funk. I could see the New Country more. I guess my brain and my style have not yet lined up.


New Country



STYLESCOPE
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WHAT DOES NEW COUNTRY LOOK LIKE?

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WHO IS NEW COUNTRY?

New Country understands the value of slowing down, enjoying the sunsets, bringing the outside in, and feeling a real sense of relaxation in her space. She is laidback, but her style is still intentional and beautiful in its rustic elegance.
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HOW TO STYLE NEW COUNTRY?

FIRST STEP

New Country homes have a very natural ease, but they're not their grandmothers' old-fashioned country homes. Warm, nature-inspired hues blend with brighter, contemporary elements for an updated country look.
Photo: First Step

DESIGNER TRICK

Add a more modern shade to a classic wooden base for a balance of new and old.
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FRESH IDEA

Switch it up by bringing outdoor, ceramic garden planters inside.























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