Have you bought a new house and are looking for ideas for decorating it? Do you want to change the style of the living room? Or do you simply want to add some original touches to the bedroom? Follow this guide to find the right style for you and your home! A new way to express all your creativity and style to create the home of your dreams!
A style for who don't like excess, who prefer simplicity and class.
- Choose neutral, understated colors such as white, beige or gray. If you want to add some color you can decide to add forest green or navy blue details, but never overdo it, just small splashes here and there.
- Choose furniture made of wood or that has a wood effect; it should have a simple, understated style with clean, symmetrical lines. Place furniture along the walls, leaving the center of the rooms free for tables and chairs.
- Let the details provide the real touch of style, playing with more vibrant colors and intricate lines. Arabesques and floral carvings are well received, both in furniture and fabrics, adding an element of refinement and sophistication to interiors.
The shabby chic style is for romantics, who love the vintage elegance of white and small delicate flowers.
- White will be the starting point for your shabby chic rooms, which you can then decorate with pastel shades such as pink, light blue and mint green. Alternate solid colors with polka-dot and floral fabrics, always in pastel colors.
- Furniture should have a lived-in style, and antique stores are the right place to look for it. Don't worry about the historical period they come from because the key to the shabby chic style is really the mix of different eras, just remember to choose furniture in pastel colors or repurpose them with a little DIY.
- Indulge yourself by adding candlesticks, flower vases, picture frames and various vintage items that give the house a cozy, informal atmosphere that highlights the beauty of imperfection and the charm of the past.
If you are looking for a style that is modern and minimal, but also expresses strength and decisiveness, the industrial style is right for you.
- The color palette to use consists of neutral and earthy tones, so make room for gray, black and brown. You can add these colors in your home by using industrial materials such as metal, concrete and wood in their natural form.
- Choose sturdy and functional furniture with minimalist details, where the material is left exposed and may show signs of aging and wear. Place them in open spaces that resemble industrial lofts.
- You also need to take a minimalist approach to decorations; choose a few items that are visually striking: old crates, workshop tools, pendant lamps, and exposed filament bulbs are just some of the ideas you can exploit.
|Duvet Cover Set in Stonewashed Cotton and Linen - Loira
|Blanket in Mohair Wool Blend - Raffaello
|Placemat in Pure Cotton boutis - Cesar
|Towels in Brushed Terry Cotton - Eden
The splendor of the summer sky and the warmth of seaside towns, are the inspiration for Coastal style for you who dream of the sea all year round!
- The palette is, of course, inspired by the colors of the sea: blue, white and teal, choose shades that are able to transport you to the beach or the bottom of the sea and combine them with light, natural-looking and fresh fabrics such as linen.
- Furniture should look comfortable and soft and remind you of the pleasure of relaxing at the beach, so juxtapose wicker furniture and soft sofas covered with cushions. Opt for large windows that allow sunlight to invade the house and light wood floors that create a warm atmosphere.
- Choose photographs, paintings and lamps that are inspired by the marine and nautical theme, you can alternate images of anchors with shells and corals, they give a splash of color between the white and blue that characterize this style.
A style for those who love authenticity, naturalness and rural life, atmospheres that only the countryside can provide.
- Earthy colors characterize this style, so choose shades such as brown, beige and gray, which reflect the country atmosphere given by rough wood, stone and wrought iron.
- The furniture to choose is that made of natural-looking materials that have a simple style and handcrafted details. Always prefer wood if you can, preferably unfinished, and pair it with natural-looking fabrics such as linen, wool, and jute for blankets and upholstery.
- Choose handcrafted decorations such as handmade pottery and wood-carved items to give a personal touch. Wrought iron is a great material to use for door handles, lamps and grills; opt for styles with an old, traditional feel.
|Sheet Set in Pure Linen StoneWashed - Luxury
|Blanket in Boiled Wool with printed Deer - Stelvio
|Tablecloth in Pure Linen printed patterned - Laguna
|Towels in Stonewashed Cotton Honeycomb with Linen Border - Jaspy