Industrial / retro style furniture for home, With a blend of exposed steel and rustic wood, industrial decor is one of my favorite design styles for its ability to achieve aesthetic balance. It is simultaneously organic and engineered, bold and refined, masculine and feminine. In this comprehensive guide, I'll show you how to design an industrial style home with inspirational ideas and specific advice. What is retro style furniture? We often hear the phrase, "That's so retro!" and the same goes for the furniture/design industry. Retro furniture belongs to, or has the look of having been made in the decades between the 1950s and the 1980s. The word retro signifies looking backward. When designers, manufacturers and customers speak about retro furniture, we are referring to a style of furniture that looks back with nostalgia and pays homage to styles that were popular in the past.
Bohemian Furniture. Bohemian furniture can't be bought in just any old store. Bohemian rooms tend to be full of furniture collected over time. Second hand and vintage items are right at home in these rooms. Shapes and sizes aren't nearly as important as they are in other styles of rooms. Each piece should be special and tell a story no matter what it looks like. No one should be able to walk into a bohemian styled room and be able to tell where you got the furniture. With all that said, the most common type of furniture you'll find in bohemian rooms is Victorian in nature. Not dainty mind you, but the kind of furniture you could become engulfed in as you peruse the works of literary masters. Think chaises and fainting couches in saturated colors with dark carved wood frames.
Keep in mind that every piece of furniture you like isn't necessarily the right fit for your home. Keep function, durability, necessity, and aesthetics in mind when shopping. Of course, the most important thing is that you enjoy your furniture, but balance affinity with objectivity and look at the space, measure your room and furniture pieces, and evaluate what you already have before you throw everything out. By keeping these things in mind, you can easily create a great-looking space that complements your lifestyle. The focus of a room is often created by the furniture and accessories in it. Disjointed wall art or overdone window treatments, for example, don't necessarily enhance the function of a space; they distract from it. That's not to say that you can't create an artistic feature in a minimalist room. Just do it with a piece that adds to the function, such as a handsome light fixture above an empty dining table, or a brightly colored piece of furniture. When embracing minimalism, ask yourself: Is this absolutely necessary? Minimalist spaces are known for balance and simplified beauty. For a healthy, less chaotic and aesthetically peaceful home, embrace a minimalist design.
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