By Iwona Nowicka. Home Decor. Published at Thursday, April 19th, 2018 - 10:42:51 AM.
However, their work was so successful that their plan appears to have backfired, and these pioneers actually birthed what became known as the eclectic style of decorating. Eclectic Style is a Funky Mix. A person who likes an eclectic style will not adhere to one decorating style but instead chooses what they feel is the “best” of a few particular decorating styles. Then they incorporate those elements into their home. Many people who like eclectic decor may be eclectic themselves, not fitting into any one stereotype or group.
From ancient Roman times, people moved to the beautiful hills of central Italy to remove themselves from city life, escape the intrigue of politics, and embrace the idealized culture of the country. They enjoyed the beauty of nature and incorporated the elements into their villas. These same elements are what makes Tuscan style decorating so appealing for our homes today.
Clawfoot Tub. Elegant, indulgent and the ultimate relaxation spot, every traditional home should make room for a clawfoot tub. Just a quick browse through the literal thousands of tubs from Vintage Tub & Bath will have you dreaming of essential oils, candles and a long soak. Crisp White Sheets. Okay, okay, we'll admit that just about any bedroom setup can benefit from a set of crisp white sheets, but they do have a certain ability to conjure up images of fancy hotel rooms and perfectly folded hospital corners. You can't go wrong with white bed linens, and we happen to think the best (and most Instagram-friendly) sheets come from California cool brand, Parachute Home.
The dining room in a traditional home is generally a separate room, often with some built-in corner cabinets for china storage. A large area rug sits on top of a hardwood floor. The table is rectangular with a set of matched chairs placed evenly around the perimeter. A matching sideboard, buffet, or china cabinet is centered on one wall.
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