The design style known as Americana is more than just stars, stripes and the American flag – although it can certainly be that too! In fact, the Americana design style encompasses everything and anything that deals with American culture and history. If you want to proudly display your patriotism or just love a red, white and blue color scheme, then Americana decorating ideas are going to be a perfect fit for your home. This distinctively American decorating style has been popular for generations. People who hung the American flag in their homes naturally were drawn to items that matched the flag’s colors and design and used them to accessorize their spaces.
Using a glass walls in one room in your home will make the room blend with the nature, so this will make the atmosphere in the room more cool and comfortable, and will make the room a more lenient because the room look more spacious.
The existence of the living room in the house can be maintained. Especially for homeowners who love to receive guests, beside for receiving guest living room can also be used to place a family member to get relax with a simple idea.
From cottage style decor details to vintage finds paired with modern casual furniture pieces, engulfs shabby chic interiors, and homeowners love them! Re-purposed furniture and weathered furniture give shabby chic decorative styling and the details are easy to duplicate in your home.
Here are tips to bring the casual elegance of shabby chic details into your home.
This beautiful teapot was hand crafted by Ito Seiji in Tokoname, Japan. The Yohen (natural ash glaze technique) leaves a rustic and natural, “Of the earth” impression which is accented by its naturally dried ivy vine handle. The meticulous workmanship of the hand-made Sasame (clay mesh filter screen) is evident with its very tiny filter holes which make this teapot a functional work of art.
What an elegant, calming, relaxing beige room! You can achieve the same look in your room too, provided you keep the following details in mind:
– Vary the texture. Sofa chair has different texture than the sofa. Do not get the love- seat and the sofa in the same print and texture. Get the love-seat in coordinating print instead.
Boston: This is a stellar example of how well tone on tone pattern layering can work. The strict palette begins on the walls and carries over to the sofa, patterned pillows (and even the kiddie’s clothes!). The peppy pattern lifts what could possibly be a too-monochromatic, too-gray paper and makes it into a positive, light-hearted addition to the room.