All you do is look at a group of pictures and click on five that appeal to you. No questions about your favorite pair of jeans or where you want to retire, which, for me, never has anything to do with how my house looks. This one is very easy: look at some pretty stuff and click on it.
I took it a handful of times just for fun and got the same result over and over:
|My other "and a touch" category was Classic. But the main one was always the same.|
At first I was like, "Farmhouse Glam?! Have I even been to a farm?" (The answer is yes, about four times in my whole life.) But then I scrolled down and saw what this actually meant and HELLO:
It's like looking at the home decor version of my jewelry line! Weird! But apparently I like what I like. After I mulled this over for a few minutes I realized that despite being a little girlier than what I actually live in, this style covers my basic design rules: things needs to be simple and functional for the sake of organization, comfortable enough to relax in, and also pretty to look at. It all fits. So now when a professor asks me to describe my personal style for the 500th time, I'm totally saying Farmhouse Glam.
By the way, Hubsey took the quiz too. He's in the Urban Funk category, which did not surprise:
I know these two look a bit jarring next to each other, but I see some similarities. Both have metallics and bold typography, which are things we both love in real life. That orange, though. Yikes.
Have you taken the Stylescope quiz? What category are you? Were you surprised? Know of any other good quizzes I can take while I avoid washing the dishes?