Your Design Style, Defined

We get it—shopping for lighting isn’t as easy as it sounds. How do you know that the lighting you love will fit the décor style of the room? The key to choosing the perfect lighting begins with determining your personal décor style. And we’ve got a quiz to help with that!

Although some elements of home décor will never go out of style, interior design trends come and go, giving us something new to look forward to every year. We have our top picks for today’s trends. Which one is your favorite?

Bohemian, a vibrant, spirited look that offers individuals a sense of freedom to incorporate unique preferences as they create their own space.

Craftsman boasts a charming simplicity, defined by gabled roofs, delicate details, and intimate floor plans.

Coastal features details of the oceanside with wooden accents, a neutral palette, an overall relaxed feel, and a celebration of natural light.

Luxe incorporates sleek design, sophisticated details, and statement décor for interiors that exude glamour and embody the ideal luxury lifestyle.

Farmhouse evokes feelings of warmth and comfort – it is ideal for the homeowner who loves to combine vintage pieces and weathered furnishings to create interiors that showcase antique charm.

Mid-Century Modern is quirky and functional, with an emphasis on pared-down forms, organic shapes, and simple fabrications.

Modern interiors showcase sleek design through the use of neutrals, clean, crisp lines, a minimalist approach, the use of glass décor, and the use of technology.

Rustic is simple, rugged, and full of natural beauty, with a foundation of wooden elements, an outdoor-inspired color palette, and an overall organic feel.

New Traditional spaces are timeless, with elegant touches that still allow for a little fun and youthfulness to keep the style fresh.

Transitional blends traditional aesthetics with the brightness of contemporary trends to create a space that is both stylish and sleek as well as warm and welcoming.

Vintage Electric style combines industrial elements with antique materials, metal accents and pops of color for a unique look.

Urban Industrial preserves the historic elements of a building by highlighting stripped back, architectural details such as the use of bare bricks, metals, and wood, salvaged and recycled materials for a look that has both vintage and modern appeal.

Now, it’s your turn. Take our quiz to find your personal design style, and we’ll give you the lighting and décor ideas that best fit your style.