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Shabby Chic Living Room - Retro Decorating Ideas

People who like shabby chic décor tend to stay true with their artistic taste and style rather than constantly switching bandwagons want some development slaves. "Retro" is a good word to broadly define this type of interior design, and "stylish" may be a perfect term to spell it out those who adore it. Unlike other vintage styles, shabby chic clearly means simpleness and feminine grace. A shabby-chic living room is normally adorned with well-worn however dainty furniture, natural materials like cotton and linen, shades of pastel colours, and décor items that boast a soft feminine touch. If you are planning to decorate your family room in this style but not sure where to start, these tips may shed some light and inspiration on your own decorating project. Put on your interior designer cap and get ready to revamp your family room!

Shabby Chic Your Furniture

To produce a shabby chic living room, you don't necessarily have to make a journey to an antique store and buy a whole assortment of vintage furniture. An antique living-room set can be quite pricey, but luckily, there's a way to save money on this. Visit a close by thrift store and buy a few bits of simple wooden furnishings. They don't really need to come in a matching set, however they should all have a retro look and seem compatible enough with one another. Then here comes the enjoyment part: paint them all with exactly the same pastel color. Light, ivory and pink are most likely the most popular colors for shabby stylish décor, but additional pastel shades will work just as beautifully. The final process will be sanding the corners and specific parts of the furniture to achieve the time-worn look. Chipped color is considered to be very stylish in shabby chic decoration.

Hang Up Decoupage Artwork

In a nutshell, decoupage is really a decorating technique done by gluing paper cutouts onto an object surface and coating it with special paint effects. It may be a nice art task to do, or if you don't have time for this sort of stuff, you can buy decoupage artwork from your local present shops or online, for acceptable prices. Decoupage artwork goes perfectly with the shabby chic style, as it usually has a quite feminine and retro feel. So if you want to make your plain walls look more artistic in a shabby fashionable way, try hanging up several decoupage plates and photograph frames. They don't need to be of the same sizes and colors but should have the same theme. Some great decoupage themes for shabby stylish décor include blossoms, shells, wineries, fruits, fairies, gardens and people in old-fashion clothing.

Use Humble Accessories

When accessorizing a shabby chic family room, try not to use too many ostentatious decorations, such as for example sparkling gold vases or extremely ornate candelabras. Shabby chic is approximately minimalism and unpretentious charm. Therefore instead of rushing out to a store to buy new knick-knacks, look around your home first and see if there are anything you can adapt into unique room accessories. An old cupcake mold, for instance, can actually be a cute candle holder. Spending more money doesn't necessarily make your living room look more stylish. Something antiquated and simple can easily become a stylish décor item if placed in the right spot for the proper objective. Doesn't the flower "vase" in the picture above look very lovely?

Keep It Light and Airy

Shabby chic is the opposing of Gothic décor, therefore a shabby chic living room shouldn't contain any characteristics of a dungeon! If your area looks very gloomy and cramped, you might want to eliminate your heavy curtains or put the bulky home furniture in another room. Lace and sheer natural cotton are good choices for curtain fabric. The home furniture should be lean-looking and not use up too much floor space. If your family room has a very limited square-footage, choose furniture that can do double duty. The espresso table in the photo above is a great example, since it also serves as a storage chest.

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