Pin pointing your interior style is hard. There are so many home trends, from minimalist and Scandi to Mid-Century and industrial, finding your key look can be tricky.

Don’t fret. The guys over at Curtains.com have compiled a rather handy quiz that can determine what style fits you best. Perhaps you love Eclectic Boho Glam like our pal Kimberly from Swoon Worthy, Scandi as chosen by Mike from Brit Decor or Modern Farmhouse, a look advocated by the lovely Fifi McGee, why not take the quiz to see which look you get!

CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT WHAT YOUR
 INTERIOR STYLE SAYS ABOUT YOU!

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We’re botanical lovers ourselves and opt for a fresh and vibrant urban jungle in the home – so perhaps you’ll get our choice! You can also read our tips on introducing the trend and why we’re such fans.

From succulents to faux foliage as well as large, towering palms, we love having green plants pop up in as many rooms around the home. Alternatively, look to bring in greenery in other ways such as through floral motifs on soft furnishings or wallcoverings.

Read more about how we created a botanical corner and head this way to see our aloe vera tapestry

The botanical jungle look is a sure shot way to introduce a contemporary mid-century modern feel. Roll into 2017 and see Pantone declaring ‘Greenery’ the colour of the year – refreshing knowing that this isn’t just a fad and is a timeless tone.

Want to read more of the article? Then click here.

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We’d love to know if you take the quiz and what interior style you matched with! Leave us a comment to let us know or tweet us

Time to get quizicle,
David & Mark x

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