Country came to mind, but I didn't want to say it because it makes me think too much of Americana...like the 4th of July all year round. And/or really stiff wooden furniture with obnoxiously patterned pillows and wallpaper from the 80's..specifically that crap with the vines and grapes on it, so you can "live" in a vineyard no matter where you are. Ew.
I didn't want to say shabby chic, although there might be a bit of that in there too, because all I can think of is Rachel Ashwell's Target line (although I will admit that I've purchased items from it) and that woman on the FoodNetwork whose kitchens always match her recipes. It's too frilly and girly and filled with roses and white washed everything. But I do love white wash. Just all together, it's A LOT.
I don't want to say antique. If that can even be a style. But I absolutely l-o-v-e antiques. I don't want to say modern, although lacquered furniture and straight lines are wonderful. I love a Scandinavian aesthetic, but so much white makes me a little nervous.
So, I think my decision is that my style is rustic chic with reclaimed wood furnishings and a French/Belgian influence:
Hmm...maybe with some country cottage color:
And something industrial to give it an edge:
Can I call it industrialized franco-scandinavian rustic chic? Alright, maybe I just don't have a style...If you had to choose, what would your style be?