7-style approach
7-Style Edit: Home
So, you’ve learned which of the 7-Style archetypes work best for your personal style. Now, learn how to style your home to match your best fashion.

by Vard Mov
Romantic Parisian

If it’s a Romantic Parisian home style you seek, our team has you covered: we love the whimsical kitchen shop Sur La Table, and–if you’re as totally obsessed with a vintage-inspired coffee table book as we are (a true staple in any Romantic Parisian home)–you’ll love Maison Plage. Regardless of if you’re wearing it or styling your home, Romantic Parisian is all about the precious details.

Dramatic Glam:

A Dramatic Glam home is simply fabulous with accents of designer. Take the luxury home brand Restoration Hardware for example–every piece of furniture they offer is exquisitely crafted and stands alone as a piece of art. Our team loves this Hermes throw as a statement piece, draped over a gorgeous leather couch.

Classic with a Twist:

Want you home to look straight out of a Grace Kelly movie? Us too. Our team loves the class and timelessness of the LA-based home design company Grayson, or the more widely known West Elm. Both are great options when looking for pieces that will truly never go out of style.

London Smart Casual:

Clean, smart and little edgy, our team loves the design-forward pieces from Knoll Home Design Shop in West Hollywood (though there are a couple locations + showrooms scattered through the city). Chic and modern never looked so tasteful. If you want this look on a budget, we recommend checking out the tried-and-true Zara Home (though you’ll likely have to order online).

Boho Chic:

Earth tones and bohemian patterns translate so well to homey living spaces, don’t you think? Try checking out 6th Sense LA, located in K-Town, for some fun curated pieces that will give your pad a little extra personality. And if you couldn’t tell by their elaborate window displays, another great spot for boho chic home is–famously–Anthropologie. Try replacing the doorknobs in your house with the beautifully painted ones they sell, and you’ll see your space transform.


As we’ve learned with personal style, Minimalist aesthetic is not centered around how few items you incorporate, but how clean and utilitarian the ones that you do are. Multi-functional? Perfect. Fits into a storage container for easy access? Fantastic. For the Minimalist home-makers out there, we recommend the LA based H+E Goods Company or +COOP. For basics, storage (and amazing pens!), Muji will do you right.

Street Style Chic:

Creative and funky while still maintaining a core chicness, Street Style Chic homes are loaded with fun trinkets that exude a ‘cool’ aesthetic. While many brands offer particular items that may fall in this category, few shops curate such a fantastic collection as Candid Home in Silverlake, or Coming Soon in NYC (but they ship!). On a budget? Try the infamous Urban Outfitters–regardless of what you could say about this chain, they understand style. Period.

For more recommendations on home decor–or for help styling your space to reflect your personal style–reach out to Vard today.

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