Home Decor Provincial Style
Home décor is becoming a passion for everyone, especially women, these days. Everyone wants to be unique in his/her own manner. One wants its home to be classy, elegant and set in a pure decent style. To set up a dream house for themselves, people are following latest trends and fashions. Provincial Furniture is in trend from 17th and 18th century. It is elegant, shapely, textured, detailed and boasting an old world charm. These are the characteristics of the beautiful provincial look. Don’t mistake it for an overwhelming, heavily ornamental style. It is not. The genuine Provincial style is all about refinement, diversity and harmony and used as a way to enhance your home décor can make your guests say “oh wow” even in today’s modern era.
Here I would present some unique ideas to decorate your home with provincial furniture.
- Focus on Details
Do not mess up your décor with detailed fittings and fixtures either. A few eye-catching, accurate ones suit a Provincial style much better than having your home look as ragged out from an historic residence.
- Keep it Simple and classy
One or two antiquities or distressed painted furniture items used as feature pieces make for a great way to style your home in Provincial charm. The catch is to mix the old with the new and keep it simple not gaudy. An antique provincial Victoria table or chest of drawers next to a modern lounger or a fashionable metal bed is one way of adding appeal without going loud and extravagant.
- Rustic Touch
If you love the rustic look, it’s easy to add in stuffs made from candid rustic materials into a Provincial-inspired décor. They sit well with the imperfection and quaint nature of this style as it provides room for a little vision if you love a rustic or country impact. Things such as stone, metal and timber can all be introduced. This light fitting, for example, adds colors to the décor without stealing the show. Distressed painted furniture can also make an appearance without causing offense.
- Pastel and soft colors
When it comes to finding the right colors for your provincial interior, choose a neutral background palette and add splashes of simple, faded colors. Taupe, ivory, sage, grey and other calm descriptions are the way to go. Such a refined color palette is set off beautifully with an ostentatious chandelier is welcome in any room of the house. They will provide relax and calm air to your home. Provincial interiors look best with pastel colors such as peach, lavender, old rose, lilac or periwinkle.
- Lightings and Accessories
Satisfactory lighting elements are the final touch desired to give provincial feeling to your home. You can use wrought iron brackets, table and wall lamps made of brass or other fleecy metals, crowned with glass or fabrics lampshades. Just as it is the case with colors, simplicity and old romanticism should be highlighted at all time.
To keep a provincial touch in your home, it is necessary to think all do’s and don’ts to keep your home chic, decent and modish.
This post in partnership with Hudson Furniture