How To Do A Shabby Chic Home Decor
Are you looking for a new interior design for your home? You may want to think about the style of decorating the house shebby-chic. This style was popularized by designers Rachel Ashwell and Orhouse. This style can be used for any room in the house, from the bathroom to the living room. How do you do that?
They created an image that looks both disturbing and juicy. Reminds me you found a vintage item at a flea market. It’s a lousy piece of design. The shebby-chic furniture in this style is covered with white sand, which gives it a worn look, but is in good condition. This species can be found natural, or you can create it using paint and/or a freezer and then sanding to achieve exactly the weathering effect you want.
The colors in this style are mostly pale pink, pastel, ekra and white. Earthy colors, such as soft brown and blue, can be found on items such as carpets and works of art.
The shabby chic depends heavily on the fabric to give it a juicy look. Things look overdone in fabric, but neatly. The most commonly used fabrics are cotton, flax and denim. They are monochrome or have a unique print or design.
You can have the most everyday household items in the style of shebby-chic;
Furniture – wardrobes, coffee tables, sofas, puffins, armchairs.
Lighting – candles, lamps, lampshades, chandeliers, sconces.
Bedding – sheets, down blankets, pillows, bed skirts, pillowcases.
Bathroom items – towels, clothes for sleep, bathroom accessories.
To create an image in the style of shebby-chic there are such accessories as tapestries, bedspreads, vases, mats and works of art.
Vintage items are also in this style. For connoisseurs of problematic decor styles Rachel Ashwell regularly chooses vintage items and offers them for sale. Examples are beautiful porcelain dishes, lamps, furniture, lamps and mats.
You can add art to decorate the walls. Artists such as Kinley Vinaman and Lawrence Amelie have demonstrated their art as a mixture and wall decorations for this style.
This style has a variety of bedding, furniture and lighting for children’s rooms. If you really like the shebby-chic style, you can buy books that will give you more information on the topic of shebby-chic. They are personally signed by Rachel Ashwell.
You can start by buying items in stores that sell items of this style. As you progress, you will develop this feeling and gradually choose things for yourself. Start with simple items such as chandeliers, mirrors or small items to start looking like a shebby-chic. You can then work with larger items such as tables, chairs and wall carpets. Do everything to your liking.