Country style is not a one answer question, since it accepts several interpretations and approaches. Typically, the style is associated with rustic, slightly cluttered, warm and comfort spaces, full of natural surfaces and vintage textiles and accessories.
Furnishing is typically rustic. This means that any antique piece you inherited from your grandparents can fit perfectly to the overall scheme. Preferable materials for furniture is wood, such as pine, maple, teak and oak. Wood surfaces can be painted or simple varnished to allow the grain to remain visible. Apart from wood, country style fits perfectly with wrought iron. If metal is used, it is better to have a rustic, matte finish.
Country style is mostly inspired by traditional and vintage styles. However, with time, the style is becoming more encompassing. So today, you may feel free to blend country style, with several romantic, ethnic or even contemporary elements.
- Blend country style furniture with this multi-lamp vintage ceiling light. Due to the proportions and the design of the light fixture, the piece will work as the main focal point of the space. Brand: SaveLights.
Search for more Industrial Ceiling Light with a touch of vintage, rustic style.
In relation to textiles, popular choices are all vintage fabrics, floral, strips and laces. Preferable colors are off-white, cream, earth tones, melancholic red, deep oranges, ochre, and olive deep green.
Flooring is often hardwood, stone or tile. The accessories are typically items from nature, such as dried flowers, pottery and bowls of fresh fruit. Antique decorative items are also popular such as vintage toys, iron table lamps, folk art objects, hand-made old quilts and much more.
One of the most popular and fabulous sub-categories of country style is eclectic style. In reality, the style can be created by simply combining items of two or more different styles together. This means than you can use items that you already have and love.
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