Skip to Content (Press Enter) Skip to Footer (Press Enter)

Shop by Style

Shop by Style

Shop by Style

Find Your Style

Do you know what your interior design style is? There are so many to choose from that it can be difficult to know where to start! Here at Homemakers, we carry pieces from many different interior design styles from traditional to modern to rustic, and more!

Style Spotlight is Farmhouse


The farmhouse style creates an authentic look with distressed tones, and it flaunts an inviting look to enhance cozy yet charming cottage vibes.
Discover Your Style

What's your style? Take the quiz to find out what to shop for!

Shop Furniture by Style

Casual style living room


Casual furniture often features an open and airy concept and a laid-back, care-free comfort with recline mechanisms and other special features like cup holders or storage compartments.
Contemporary style living room


Contemporary style is all about a monochromatic palette, strong architectural form, and abstract accessories.
Farmhouse style home office


Farmhouse style falls elegantly between rustic and Scandinavian with similar elements such as ornate detailing, wood furnishings, and light finishes.
Glam style bedroom


Glam creates an eye-catching look wherever it goes. Its use of sparkles, marble materials, and velvet upholstery promote a clean and bright interior palette. With glitz and glam elements, this style amplifies dignified lines with metallic accents and textural designs.
Industrial style dining room set


Industrial style is famous for combining functional furniture with minimal décor. Industrial style typically showcases earth-tone colors and unique textures to create a modern interior with a hint of old-world charm.
Mid-Century Modern style living room

Mid-Century Modern

Mid-Century Modern style finds the balance between retro and contemporary design. It’s a distinct vintage style with well-known elements like contrasting materials, saturated colors, and minimal silhouettes.
Rustic style dining room set


The rustic style encompasses many elements from other styles including farmhouse and Southwestern. Rustic design combines the best of casual comfort and organic appeal.
Traditional style living room


Traditional furniture takes inspiration from English and French styles of the 18th and 19th centuries. It creates a warm, inviting space through the use of ornate details, rich wood tones, luxurious fabrics, and buttery leather.
Transitional style dining room set


This style draws on the best elements from traditional, modern, and casual such as understated patterns, luxurious highlight, marble, and rich wood. Key style details include clean lines, neutral colors, minimal accents, and a harmonious flow to the room.