By Barna Nora. Home Decor. Published at Friday, March 16th, 2018 - 04:16:58 AM.
Linens. Among the most important "ingredients" in Victorian decor are linens. Use anything with lace, ribbon, embroidery,and ribbons in white or natural. Older or vintage linens can be picked up at thrift stores and yard sales. Discount stores are a good source of inexpensive machine embroidered items as well.
An Oriental Rug. Another staple of the traditional home, oriental rugs have been experiencing a renaissance in all kinds of design themes. We singled out this affordable rug from Wayfair because of it's classic patterns but contemporary color scheme. And like your favorite pair of distressed jeans, it comes with some slight fading and wear for an authentic, well-loved look.
Or decorate with jewelry that is normally hidden away in a drawer. Mount some vintage brooches in a shadow box, hang necklaces on a decorative ladder, or display just about anything in a pretty bowl. You can also take old china and display it. Hang pretty vintage plates on the wall or even display your silverware. A silver bowl or gravy boat looks very pretty when filled with flowers.
Pair throw pillows in taupe and the same pattern as the chairs with a taupe throw for a cohesive look. Place books and art objects with dashes of brick red on a brass and glass coffee table to add interest and color. In this color scheme, you have taupe walls and floor accent or carpeting for a neutral canvas, with drama, added via the upholstery in navy and small bits of red in decorative pieces for further interest.
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