By Lorette Modeste. Home Decor. Published at Friday, February 09th, 2018 - 07:20:31 AM.
In the Victorian era there tended to be a lot of pattern on the walls as well, like wallpaper (especially flocked wallpaper). Advancements in technology allowed for inexpensive decor. Here is a great site to help discover some good color palettes, patterns and designs for a Victorian home.
Neutrals as Background. In this scheme, as with the all-neutral room, start with neutral walls. Choose the neutral based on what other colors you wish to use, how much natural light the room receives and your personal preference for lighter or darker walls. Be mindful that darker walls seem to close the room up and make it feel smaller, as well as darker, especially if there is little natural light.
When it comes to interior decorating black has gotten a bad rap. People tend to think decorating with black is dark and depressing. But this isn't the case.
That doesn't mean they all have to be made up of the same colors, they just have to share some similar colors and tones. While this idea may seem intimidating to some people it needn't be. Learn to trust your eye. You'll instinctively know if something looks good to you or if it doesn't seem quite right.
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