Welcome back! I’m so glad that you’re joining me once again for another talk about dwelling decor as well as style.
If this is your first time joining me, I’m also thankful that you’re here.
You’ve picked a wonderful time to come for the first time. This week, I’ll be talking about a genuinely respected dwelling decor genre as well as that is “rustic meets traditional”. The “rustic meets traditional” genre is often conveyed with what you likely think of as a farm home but there are plenty of possibilities for a “rustic meets traditional” nautical dwelling theme, Tuscan beauty “rustic meets traditional” or even- especially on the east coast of the US- a colonial “rustic meets traditional”. “Rustic meets traditional” is actually characterized by a few odd things. Primarily, the use of natural wood furniture as well as painted wood furniture (respectfully pale white or faded pale white). This natural wood furniture or painted wood furniture can go with just about anything from custom built couches to tables as well as barstools. It’s entirely up to your individual taste. Another respected trope of the “rustic meets traditional” genre is the use of sizable decorative items that either appear to be antique, are antique or are incredibly bold. For the modern farm home “rustic meets traditional” go with an antique ladder resting against the wall. For nautical “rustic meets traditional” go with a very aged oar, or even an antique rowboat on the wall above the couch if you have plenty of space. This is certainly one of my preferred styles because it does not require a strict design layout throughout the dwelling. Because of its dependence on transitional sophistications, you have a decent amount of wiggle room for light fixtures, statues, plants, etc.