These days there are plenty of adverts and displays about modern and contemporary styles in our homes and spaces. By focusing on this, the traditional and vintage look is often overlooked. Vintage rooms have regained in popularity, in part because of being simple to create and achieve. Actually at times, the vintage look can provide a better platform for showcasing your space. Vintage looks are often ‘toned down’ making them generally neutral and accepted by all. There are some vintage looks which have their own bold characteristics however (e.g. the style from the 1960s/1970s) so there is still a range to suit all. In our guide we will give you tips on how to create a vintage looking room.
Creating a statement can be your chance to put your own stamp on a room. This can be a simple and easy one off item, or the whole room can be full of striking visualisations The trick is to remember not to take it too far as it can make it look a disaster! Our guide will give you some things to think about (and hopefully implement) as part of your decision making. Colours. One way to make a bold statement in your room is to think about colour schemes. The use of bright, quirky and non-neutral colours can instantly be eye catching before you have even got to putting anything in the room. There are no hard and fast…
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