Furniture. Wednesday , November 01st , 2017 - 00:13:33 AM
Let us not make a mistake here. Most of these furnishings that you get today in the market is not actually ancient. It is made now, in our times, but is designed just to look like the ones that were popular in Charlie Chaplin's times. You will have dinner tables and chairs, chaise lounges, fireplaces with mantelpieces, carpets and rugs, grandfather clocks and those pesky but adorable canary clocks, everything that will take our grandparents down Nostalgiaville. Even the colors are the bright ones used in those times, and not the placid colors people prefer nowadays. The sixties, seventies, and the eighties were actually the Shout-Out generation, with even the furniture having a lot of accents. People in those times wanted their furnishings to stand up and be noticed when visitors came in.
Neo classic furniture spell minimal from nook and cranny. Dominated by monochromes and simplicity, this style of furniture uses minimum space. To paint this kind of furniture at home, stick to one theme of colors. If your walls are white, pick any one color and use that for most of your furniture. Less artwork and more plain usage of colors is the overall look that dominates this furniture design. You can experiment with a few concentric designs while painting this style of furniture. Neutral shades such as white, black, and gray go well with this theme.
One type of modern furniture that is gaining increasing popularity among all strata or economic segments is the cane furniture. Cane furniture offer very stylish pieces both for indoor and outdoor purposes. Cane furniture, known for its distinct color and texture, are a modern interior designer's favorite furniture type.
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