So, how on earth do you figure out your style without using traditional labels? It is simple really. Remember the days of ripping out magazine photos and pasting them into scrapbooks and journals? Go back to those days of instinctively ripping out pages, just do it digitally. I encourage you to create an ideabook called "Just Love" and add photos that you just simply adore head to toe. Don't think too much. Don't add everything. Just add what you absolutely adore. Oh, and one more thing: Don't look at your book until there are at least 10 to 12 photos in there. Depending on how often you browse Houzz (anyone else addicted like me?), it might take awhile.When I am searching for photos for ideabooks, usually a concept will instantly pop out at me from the photos. For example, I will often think, "Ooh, that is a great nesting space," or "Wow, that art is a fabulous bold choice for that space," or "The curve of that chair really suits the light fixture above. That is great for a design school article." Once in awhile, a photo comes out of nowhere to which I just intrinsically respond and simply LOVE. That is why I throw it in a folder titled "Just Love." Simple, right? Try it.