#IntDesignerChat July 24 Topic: Winning Design Styles

22 Jul



In the design industry we are often in the race to choose  decorating styles.  Over the centuries in response to the changing tastes of various groups of people, decorating styles have evolved.   Every style has benefits to the people who will enjoy the home for many years to come.   Many styles were born out of previous styles and have evolved into a distinct type of decorating for a certain feel.   As  designers, architects and artists our day-to-day task is to win the client.  Often it is based on which of the following designs styles we bring into the competition, that wins the project.

British Style

Swedish Style

Asian Style

Tuscan Style

American Style

New York Style

Moroccan Style

Country French Style

Danish Modern

Shabby Chic

Contemporary Style

Traditional Style

Eclectic decorating style

We’re up against others who have years of experience, new young energetic talents,  and often our competition can be as well-trained as our design team.   Like winning olympic team, we  also select only the best, work long hours preparing,  we run marathons sourcing trips,  jump hurdles around vendor obstacles,  always trying to keep the competitive edge. And we never let our clients, see us sweating.  Our goal is  to get to the finish line, be awarded high scores from  judging of women and men on boards.  Our goal…is to win the GOLD.

Join us at #IntDesignerChat on Twitter on Tuesday July 24  just days before the 2012 London Olympics and get ready to share what decorative styles is a winner.  Be prepared to give the history and facts on why your style is  predicted to be chosen a winner.   Cheer your favorite style on with design style visuals you want to share.  What design style are you predicting as  favorite winners in 2012!

Photo Credit: British Vogue 



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