Matching of European-style furniture


The so-called "European classical furniture" generally refers to the handmade furniture made by craftsmen from the 17th to the 19th century specifically for the royal family and nobles. Rich in decoration is the biggest feature of European classical style furniture.

Furniture: It should be commensurate with the European details on the hard decoration. Dark colors, western retro patterns and very westernized modeling furniture should be selected, which are in harmony with the big atmosphere and tone.

Lamps: The shiny steel lamp is a big failure, and it is incompatible with the European style. The gorgeous and broken crystal lamp is best not to be. It can be some lamps with softer contour lines or soft light, like wrought iron branch lamps are a good choice, with a little shape and a little austere.

Decorative paintings: The rooms decorated in European style should be matched with cumbersome lines and thick-looking frames. And it does not exclude gold, carving, or even a grander look. On the contrary, this is precisely the style.

Floor: If it is a duplex house, the floor of the lobby on the first floor can be laid with stone, which will look grand. If it is an ordinary living room, it is best to lay wooden floors in the living room and dining room. If part of the floor is used, and part of the floor tiles, the room will appear small.

Wallpaper: You can choose some more distinctive wallpapers to decorate the room. For example, wallpapers painted with Bible stories and characters are very typical European style. In North American style, stripes and broken flowers are also very common.

Color matching: The background color of European style is mostly white and light colors, while the furniture can be white or dark, but it should be in series and the style is unified. At the same time, some fabric fabrics and textures are very important, linen and canvas fabrics are not very fashionable, and silk fabrics are more noble.
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