A typical neoclassical home might have featured light colored paint or intricate gilding, but the unfinished look used here appeals more to the contemporary understanding of an antique aesthetic. Even the lighting choices pay homage the home's historical themes. These glass pendants were inspired by famous and storied chandeliers from important opera houses around the world. Bell jars were a popular way to protect valuable or delicate objects from dirt, dust, and other potential contaminants. Today, it's common to see Edison bulbs in bell jars a decorative statement but this one has been updated with efficient LEDs. The dining arrangement is sophisticated and subdued, with strong rustic tones. Other features, like the interesting lighting feature, are purely modern (except for the Edison bulbs used within).
The piece of furniture and the style. The next reference point in the choice of furniture for your home has to do with what is commonly enjoyed the most: aesthetics, style, color, and so on. These choices will be made taking into account the overall style of the project. Furniture can complement the overall style of the room, making a significant contribution to creating and achieving the visual impact you are looking for in the final result. See how these living rooms have a cohesive style, exemplified by the furniture: Bohemian style furniture for home, bohemian decorating is for those who want their homes full of life, culture, and interesting items for all the world to see. It flies in the face of modern sensibilities and embraces the carefree, the relaxed and the unusual. That said, bohemian-style rooms tend to have certain similarities – they share some of the same features yet no two are completely alike. If you're looking for a style that you can truly make your own then Boho might be for you.
Warm, masculine, and definitely sexy, industrial chic is a style of decorating that just keeps getting more popular. While it used to be reserved for converted lofts and factories, industrial chic is now being seen in all kinds of buildings – both urban and rural. What Is Industrial Chic. Industrial chic (or urban industrial as it's sometimes called) combines utilitarian design with worn textures and the warmth of raw, aged woods. This nod to the industrial revolution is all about mixing raw materials (galvanized metal, glass and reclaimed woods) while keeping the shapes and silhouettes relatively simple. Industrial chic is a no nonsense style that makes use of vintage and salvaged items, and is often favored by fans of “green” design. It has many things in common with modern farmhouse style, but is much more edgy.
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