Updated Victorian Decor
Creating updated Victorian decor in your home can be a good choice for you. Its style shows design elements that are heavily patterned. It is suitable to design your modern home. This style began when the Queen Victoria of England reigned from 1837 until 1901. In that time, western culture came in manufacturing and technology. Because of that, many people designed their homes with Victorian style. This style uses the lavish and expensive items. Therefore, this style represents the status in society of the homeowner. You can create this style for your home in many ways based on European palaces.
Decorating your home by Victorian style will display your home wealth and opulence. Before you build your home by using this style, you should decide how slavishly that you are going to create for this style. You can use stuffed animals in your home, or you can put details of key architectural, for example a chair rail, marble fireplace or a slate.
The furniture of updated Victorian decor is made well. Commonly, they are made of solid wood. In traditional Victorian decor, the furniture has the dark stains and adornments that are hand-painted. For example;, flowers, fruit and birds on armoire panels. However; if you can’t paint, you can makeover them by using technique of decoupage. Firstly, cut the image of Victorian style, then use the medium of matte gel artist to glue. After that seal it on the furniture.
You can use en-caustic tile for the floors of updated Victorian decor, but the price of it is expensive. As the alternative, you can lay the checkerboard of white and black. Then, the Victorian’s color is rich color, for example, deep gold, forest green and particularly ruby red. This style uses the fabrics that are highly and heavy patterned. It’s often mix the fabrics with patterns in great abundance. In the summer, you can use the lighter colors, while in the winter you can replace it by darker colors.
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