It's one of those "what's your style" quizzes and they always make me giggle. Mainly because sometimes the choices are, well, ridiculous.
And I don't think I really have a style. I can tell you three things about myself that apply to my house and I don't know that you can glean a "style" from them.
3. COLOR. I want to see color. Deep reds, blues, purples, yellows, browns.....they make me feel warm. And safe. Lighter colors - whites, pastels, grey - they feel cold to me. I love to see them in other's people's homes and I always think- wow - that looks amazing! But just not for me. And although I definitely see some gray tones in the future of our home, it won't be in a room that we live in, but rather one of the secondary spaces of the house.
AND - none of this necessarily applies to bathrooms. I like to look at those and think "clean" and "fresh" rather than "warm" and "cozy", y'know what I'm sayin'?
So, taking all of that into consideration, I took the quiz (since it's a picture quiz, I went with the first picture that caught my eye and gave me that warm fuzzy feeling - no overthinking).
What? You can't read that?
OK, here's what it said....
Results: You most resemble a "Bespoke Classic".
A classic home in an established neighborhood. A kitchen that reflects your passion… large, sweeping - authentic. A button down bedroom belies it's comfort. As in theater, life's collaborations result in comedy or tragedy. A sense of rolling hills and vineyards surround this table. "Beer is proof that God loves us" Pre-war, upper east side attitude. Bookcases, reading nooks and private studies provide a learned atmosphere at home. .
Suspected "Bespoke Classic"
- Princess Diana- Fred Astaire- Ralph Lauren
Now, I'm not ENTIRELY sure that all that makes sense, but I pretty much love everything they spoke of (c'mon - it mentions BEER) and, since I'm totally royalty in my house, the Princess Di reference is very appropriate.