By Barna Nora. Home Decor. Published at Saturday, April 07th, 2018 - 20:41:30 PM.
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.
Furniture, furniture styles are traditional, such as Queen Anne or Victorian, and the predominant material is wood. The wood can light or dark-colored, or even painted, stenciled and distressed. Tables, dressers and bookshelves are typically made of oak, mahogany or pine.
Make sure to affix them to the wall and then install moulding around them to make it look as though they're built-in. If there's an awkward space between the top of the bookcase and the ceiling, or between the side of the bookcase and the wall you can get a plain MDF panel, paint it the same color as the bookcase, and then install moulding. You'll get a professional built-in look and no one will ever know the difference.
Choose an area rug in a color that complements the wood flooring but also is just a shade darker than the walls so the furniture stands out; choose the same color if you prefer carpeting. Tie the room together with accessories that include some or all of the shades you have used. This color scheme lets hardwood flooring; beams; fireplace surrounds of wood, brick or stone; and window frames make a warm statement within this understated room.
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