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A free tool to define your interior design style

I have said it many times but you it’s very true. you really don’t need to spend a lot of money to have a stylish home. Knowing your style is absolutely key to making your home look cohesive and to designing a home that feels just right to you.

When it comes to decorating their house many people have a crisis of confidence and struggle to define their style. I know my own can be  a mish-mash though I do like modern stuff mostly but it can seem complicated. This self doubt is why  folk turn to expensive interior designers to help them work out what design styles are right for them.

As ever I want to show you the thriftier option and this brilliant tool from Co-operative insurance guides you to define your style. It is really easy to use and you simple decide if you want to keep an image or bin it as they appear on the screen.

On a few of the pictures I wavered but on the vast majority I knew straight away what was or wasn’t to my taste. As I had expected my design taste was firmly in the present.

According to the Room for Change design tool this would be my style of room – how gorgeous!

So I urge you to save your money on  employing an interior designer and figure our your own style…what resonates with you?  Your design profile is merely a click away.

Click here to have a go on the Room for Change tool and find out your interior design style






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  1. November 19, 2015 / 6:55 pm

    what a useful tool. I know what I like but I am terrible at putting a look together. I tend now to just go and buy a whole range when I like it!

  2. November 19, 2015 / 11:11 pm

    Ohh I’m going to check this out as I never have any idea when I am decorating, thanks, Mich x

  3. November 20, 2015 / 1:13 pm

    I love tools like this, my style is the 2000s although it was a little minimalist for me

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