Updating living room
In order to achieve this with all the wonderful plaster finishes she uses, she will often mix a custom colour to get it just right.Light Fixtures Do you have some heavy, scrolly fixtures from this era?I was recently in a Mediterranean style home that had been built and decorated completely inside the Tuscan Brown Trend.Dark (pink beige & butterscotch) Travertine floors throughout the main floor, yellow/gold granite countertops, dark wood stained cabinets throughout, yellow walls everywhere and 8 bathrooms outfitted in very expensive finishes, most with conflicting colours in floors and countertops.Here are some of my best tips: Wall Colour If you have any finishes in Travertine even if it’s very light, the primary undertone is pink beige.Yes you’ll find yellow and butterscotch tones in Travertine too but anyone who wants a more fresh look is interested in moving away from the yellow beige and gold beige tones that were so big in the brown trend.Place a freestanding bar in the refurbished living room to relive the nostalgia of the cocktail hour, a daily ritual in many homes during the 50s.
The similarities between 1950s decor and today's modern styles prove the full circle theory in which everything old becomes new again.
Or if you prefer your living to have a refined, formal look, choose one large pendant light with a simple white bowl and install it on a semi-flush tripod base.
Select 1950s-inspired window treatments with clean lines and functional features, such as full length pleated drapery panels or operable Roman shades.
For instance, replace bright orange and yellow with updated shades of burnt coral and butter on walls and rugs.
Metal finishes were less sophisticated in the 50s, with bright chrome as the predominant choice.