By Lorette Modeste. Home Decor. Published at Saturday, April 07th, 2018 - 17:25:34 PM.
A Gilded Mirror. Since the days of Versailles, a gilded mirror has been a sign of classic design and style. To update this piece, go for a circular shape. Round mirrors have been trending in modern interior design lately, so this gold-framed version brings together the best of old and new world appeal.
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.
A small room is a great place to choose to use black and white as the main color scheme. A powder room or small bathroom looks elegant with a black marble countertop, white sink, and shiny gold accessories and fixtures. Trim lush terry towels with black ribbon or braid for a custom look without much work.
Wicker. Heavily-carved Victorian antiques can cost more than a budget can bear - unless you inherited Aunt Sadie's parlor set. I suggest using wicker for Victorian designs which are much less expensive. Painted white, these pieces look elegant when accented with those lacy pillows you acquired.
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