By Barna Nora. Home Decor. Published at Wednesday, April 18th, 2018 - 22:45:25 PM.
Architectural Features for Formal Style. A formal style of decorating fits best in a home with high ceilings, large and tall windows, and architectural features such as a large fireplace mantle or beautifully paneled walls. Since formal style interiors are decorated to attract attention, highly polished woods, glistening mirrors, luxurious fabrics, and sparkling crystal chandeliers are the norm.
Of course, just because you love the look of a formal interior doesn't mean that it will suit your home or lifestyle. Create a Formal Home for Today's Living. Soften tightly upholstered furniture pieces with decorative, comfortable pillows.
Slipcovers can be custom-made, but big-box retailer stores sell slipcovers to fit standard loveseats, sofas and chairs. Small family snapshots can be enlarged and framed to hang on a wall. Some stores offer restoration for faded or wrinkled photographs.
Bedrooms in a casual style home must have a mountain of pillows and a comfortable quilt. Windowcoverings in a casual room usually start with shutters, blinds or shades for privacy and light control. They're enhanced with simple valances of fabrics, often layered over non-traditional drapery hardware. Add a touch of whimsy here using a tree branch or old iron pipe for a curtain rod. Drapery panels often hang at the sides, or use long iron nails or notched tree branches for tie-backs.
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