Construction: You want the furniture piece to feel solid and heavy. Avoid particleboard and light aluminum frames and stick with solid wood construction. Solid wood frames will generally last much longer and is the standard for fine furniture. However, make sure that the price is consistent with your expectations for how long the piece is going to last. The cushion is also an important point to consider when looking at construction. Before purchasing anything, give it the sit test. No matter how beautiful your new upholstery piece is you won't enjoy it if it's not comfortable. Silhouette: Is the general shape of the piece trendy or will it stand the test of time? A piece of furniture is an investment in your home and says a lot about you. Choose a silhouette that you will love now and in the future. This doesn't mean, however, that you should choose something shapeless or without style. Whether your preferences are contemporary or traditional, there are many updated options available on the market.
Bohemian Style Tip: Look to the Lights. Soft lighting creates a special, comforting atmosphere. This is a key element to show your treasures' best face in the space. Lighting options that hover around the sense of serenity provide an excellent contrast to the near-chaos that is everywhere else in your free-spirited Bohemian space. Bohemian Style Tip: Make the Space Your Own. As you've no doubt realized by now, the individual is what makes Boho-Chic such an inviting and interesting style choice. You don't need to change your own style or life in any way to adopt a sense of the Bohemian in your space. Be creative in the use of your furniture, bring in rich, vivid colors of any hue, and go bold with any patterns you happen to love. Throw in photos of your family or favorite vacation spots. You don't need to edit your life or loves in a Bohemian space – the style itself embraces it all. Lastly, if you're going to remember any rule about Bohemian style, remember this: That there are no rules. You can certainly dabble in the Boheme style but then veer off in ways that make you happy.
During the 1970s, furniture began to lose its sleek quality and started to become a bit bulkier and chunky. Avocado greens, harvest golds, oranges and earthy browns dominated the color palettes of furniture and accompanying decor. As for the 1980s, that was when art deco heavily influenced the decorating style, as did South Western motifs. Country styles were also popular. Teal and mauve are two colors that were popular in most of the styles, which included patterns ranging from geometrics to florals. In a nutshell, even though these furniture and interior decor styles were diverse, they all fall under the umbrella of being retro style. Today, you'll see nods to a wide range retro styles in modern collections.
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