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Posted on June 29, 2015
Styling an antique rug can be a terrifying proposition: You don’t want to understate its beauty with clutter and excess, but you also want to avoid excessive minimalism, which forces the rug to carry the room all on its own. Here are some ideas for styling your rug—without sacrificing its vintage glory.
Styling an antique rug can be a terrifying proposition: You don't want to understate its beauty with clutter and excess, but you also want to avoid excessive minimalism, which forces the rug to carry the room all on its own. Here are some ideas for styling your rug without sacrificing its vintage glory.
7 Inspiring Vintage Wedding Decoration Ideas
Not everyone likes to dance. Just because you're planning on spending your reception doing the Cha-Cha Slide doesn't mean you should ignore the guests that prefer to party in a more subdued manner. Make your introvert guests at ease with a comfy corner for quiet conversation.
Just imagine for a moment the deep, earthy color of a dusky Marsala wine or the rich color of dark clay when touched by the setting sun. Now you're under the spell of Marsala, selected as the 2015 color of the year by the Pantone Color Institute. The Institute is the global expert on color systems and is recognized worldwide for its color insight and color trend forecasting.
When it comes to decorating, there are a few trends that never go out of style, and one of those is shabby chic. Shabby chic is a decorating style that incorporates items that are old or worn to create a look that's both timeless and tailored. There are many ways to create a shabby chic style in a room, from deliberately distressing and antiquing furniture to picking up a genuine vintage piece at a thrift store to adding accents in a retro or classic style. Using distressed rugs is one way to incorporate the shabby chic look into your home. Distressed rugs look well-worn, but are elegant, warm and homey at the same time.
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