By Barna Nora. Home Decor. Published at Tuesday, March 13th, 2018 - 14:03:15 PM.
Rooms decorated in a casual style have light fixtures made of wrought iron, tin, pewter, or wood. Simple chandeliers look old in wrought iron or antiqued metals. Or electrify a hanging pan rack or hang a rack of antlers. Add small fabric-covered lampshades on the small candle lights. Or select a chandelier that burns real candles for a really warm, homey feeling.
Personal Art. Hanging art on the wall is a great way to add personality and character to a space. It’s even better if it’s not the kind that’s mass produced and sold in big box stores. The term “personal art” means it’s something unique to you (and no, it doesn’t mean you have to have any artistic talent). It could be personal photos framed and hung on the wall, something made by you or a loved one, a wall-hanging purchased on a vacation, or something else personal and meaningful. The idea is that it’s something you won’t find in anyone else's home.
A Gilded Mirror. Since the days of Versailles, a gilded mirror has been a sign of classic design and style. To update this piece, go for a circular shape. Round mirrors have been trending in modern interior design lately, so this gold-framed version brings together the best of old and new world appeal.
If you're afraid of using just black and white, add variety by adding areas of yellow, pink, camel, red, or purple for a striking look. Keeping black and white prominent, however, preserves the elegant effect. How to Use Black and White in Your Home. A black and white floor is a good place to start decorating with black and white. The ultimate choice would be beautiful black marble set off with tall white baseboard moldings. Short of that, try white ceramic tiles with a black border, vinyl tiles laid in alternating black and white squares, or a painted black floor with white border stencils or white with black stencils.
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