The interior design and decor from tastemakers Jason Oliver Nixon and John Loecke captures the essence of personal style.
I like the designs of this dynamic duo, and recently discovered I really like the way they think.
The defining and profound statement responsible for this conclusion speaks volumes.
“Life is so short, so why not
make a big impact…”
What’s your personal interior design style?
Are you a trend setter, a practicing tastemaker?
Is your design style best defined as a time honored traditionalist?
Does the high style from the low country guide your tastes as they translate from outdoor rustic to indoor beauty?
Do your interior design tastes lean more toward the bohemian?
Rebel with a color my world cause?
Do you describe yourself as an eclectic embracer?
Perhaps you are a decorista who dances to the beat of a different but very decorative drum?
One who adores a little shabby with the très chic?
When home decor ideas are flowing but the home decor budget is not, do you take no for an answer or prove imagination knows no boundaries?
Are you influenced by chic and stylish accents, accessories, and home decor, but in the end design and decorate to impress and inspire your tastes?
Do your decor choices take a stand against the cookie-cutter effect of interior decorating, firmly debunking the myth that you are a complete and utter failure in life if your decor doesn’t look like every other space on that blog, this magazine, or this home makeover show?
Are you of the school of thought that the first rule of interior design and decor is that there are no rules?
“The first rule of decoration is that you can break almost all the other rules.”
Don’t you love questions that have no wrong answers?
Individual style is one of the most crucial components of interior design and decorating.
There is no question that staying true to your tastes, decorating your home with that in mind, and making no apologies whatsoever for those unique choices is always the rule.