A beautiful selection of 15 living rooms…
The living room is the place where we spend the most of the time, usually, being the brightest and the most spacious room. It is the central place where we serve coffee with friends, spend time with the loved ones or watch a good movie on TV. From the diversity of styles in which you can arrange a living room, through this article, HomeWorldDesign has chosen to present you a beautiful selection of 15 living rooms, decorated in classic style. This style is very appreciated by quiet and conservative people and it brings an official and elegance additional note.
This style is characterized by the symmetry of the furniture elements, which balances and complements each other. In the classic style all the decorative elements form a thematic aggregate, no element does a discordant note. The selection of decor elements for a classic style living room is very important, antiques being encountered frequently. In a general acception, we can consider that the classic style may start from the decor elements and appurtenances of the 80s, and can reach up where it intersects with the Baroque or Rococo style.
As for the decorated living room in classic style, to become warmer and more welcoming, often there are used soft pillows, blankets and other accessories from wool or mohair. We encounter in the classically decorated living rooms a lot of white color combined with pastel colors and dotted by golden decorations. Also, the color of the wood is very present in combination with the bronze and pastel colors of upholstery and curtains. The chromatic is complemented by noble colors as: slightly greenish, cream, pale yellow, warm brown. The ceiling of the living room is usually decorated with stucco and applied rosettes. In the classic style, the light is provided by the mandatory presence of the chandelier and the walls are decorations that mimic the candles.
Many times the term classic is abusively used, because in order to become classic, a object needs time, in order to be able to measure the impact and influence which it had on the design creation in general. A decor becomes classic when the proof of an atemporale aesthetic value is made. The classic design offers a large range of decorative options and it is characterized by either beautiful shapes, artistic, round or through austere geometry, symmetrical and regular, although simple, it goes to the essence. These decorative approaches have made the classic design to remain in the great creators’ preferences.