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Pop Quiz: Is your design style buttoned-up or sexy?

By | r August 7, 2008
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Know whether your style is more buttoned-up or sexy? Take our quiz to find out!

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Question 1: For you a normal night of entertaining is…

A) Grilling tuna steaks outside at my summerhouse.
B) Watching indie films and tossing back cocktails.

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Question 2: Your signature scent…

A) “Hamptons” by Bond No 9. I don’t have a private jet, so this blend of lime and sandalwood is as close as I’ll get to the sea this summer

B) Fresh Cannabis Santal for him, Flowerbomb for her

Question 3: Style Icons…

A) George Clooney, Reese Witherspoon, Tory Burch.

B) Warren Beatty, Andre Agassi, Beyonce, Donatella Versace

Question 4: Your guilty pleasure…

A) Anything collared. Navy counts as a “splash of color” right?

B) Tabloids.  You are always first to know the latest trends and love getting a peak at the lifestyles of the rich and famous.

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More A’s?

Your design style is Tailored.  You prefer simple clean lines, neutral colors and stand-out accessories for your home and clothing.  The clean lines of Blinds.com’s Honeycomb Shades will provide an affordable way to achieve the privacy you need without distracting from architectural features of your home.  When raised the shades are compact, giving you a clear view.

More B’s?

Your design style is Sensuous.  We wouldn’t be shocked to find leopard print or shag rug in your digs.  You are tactile and love lush fabrics, and frilly settings that promote intimacy.  Add romance and visual drama to your home with our stunning Laura Ashley draperies and valances

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