Ordinarily painted rooms with an eccentric collection of items that are mixed together to create an aura of charm and beauty have been our inspiration for today’s article . You might think chic only goes for women – well, generally, the design is somewhat feminine, but just putting the right ingredients, designers are able to create a neutral environment both for men and women. Let us go ahead and take a look at the photos we have below.
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Step 1: Style shoul be you priority
The usual accent colours are light blues, roses and sage greens, but you can certainly throw your own colours into the mix as long as they are muted, light or washed out. Remember that you are going for a gracefullylook!
Step 2: Don’t get sloppy
There is a fine line between looking cosy and comfortable and looking undone. Choosing furniture pieces make sure your throws are a bit more formal. Also, make sure that items don’t appear too distressed or used as this will cheapen the look of your room.
Step 3: Remember, the old is new
The great benefit to the modern chick trend is that it is recycling/reusing at it’s best! You have the opportunity to give new life for old pieces, eclectic interior is all about adding a sense of personality and uniqueness that you can’t simply purchase from a “home décor” catalogue.
Step 4: Don’t mach
Forget matching your dressers, headboard and nightstands – instead try to find unique hand made furniture or limited edition design furniture pieces that complement each other. An stylish armoire, delicate side table, or an antique vanity table would all be great choices. Also, think about complementary colours like rose and sage versus going overboard with pinks.
Step 5: Use accessories
Place a lace doily on the nightstand alongside the bed. You can also decorate the nightstand with some old pictures in antique silver frames. Utilize iron – scour antique stores for wrought iron chairs, tables, candle holders, picture frames, even chandeliers. If the wrought iron includes decorative flowers, all the better!