It’s nice when you mix old with new or combines a worn thing together with shiny new. It becomes personalised & not overwhelmingly ambitious – that’s sometimes rather liberating. Environments in different shades of white furnished with worn furniture where the wood shows through can never go out of style. The style is loved by many & is found in many countries, more or less consistent.
I like when the decor isn’t straight through furnished in worn white. It becomes a bit too much for my taste. However, it’s very appealing, with small groups of furniture or still life that creates exciting & unexpected solutions.
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Take care / Marie
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Beautiful pics. I totally agree, to choose a few ‘feature’ pieces of furniture really works. Having everything too matchy matchy can cause a room to loose its sense of style and character and look a bit bland. Whereas, to throw in a few contrasting items adds layers and allows each style to really stand out. Rustic style pieces are fab, they add warmth and often colour if painted in pastel shades or natural wood is showing through flaking paint, the pieces tell a story and make a home feel really homely.