By Lorette Modeste. Home Decor. Published at Wednesday, April 18th, 2018 - 13:10:33 PM.
For starters, casual rooms have simple details, textured elements in fabrics and accessories, restful horizontal lines, soft upholstery, low-luster surfaces, and arrangements that avoid perfect symmetry. Details are simple, and elements are rectangular or softly curved. A room decorated in a casual style is the perfect place to have a touch of whimsey. Use an old or reconstructed birdhouse or wooden candlestick for a lamp base, stack pieces of old luggage for a side table, use a low vintage ironing board for a coffee table.
Decorating Tips. Second-hand furniture can be painted and then sanded lightly to give it a distressed look. Slipcovers for sofas and chairs are an easy way to bring English country style patterns and color into the room without buying new furniture.
Even cottage style interiors can use a black and white color scheme. Pair black and white toile fabric with gingham checks on chair covers, tablecloths, and pillows. Hang a collection of black metal trays on a dining room wall, cut black and white checks for picture matting, and use black and white ticking stripes for a bed skirt.
Color in a traditional room is often in a mid-range of tones, though very dark and very light colors can also be used. Pretty multi-color florals are often the basis of a traditional color scheme that uses the lightest color on the walls and deeper hues for upholstery and flooring. Avoid neon brights and jarring combinations.
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