Mironova Artyomova. Accessories. December 06th , 2017.
Finally, the word retro has also been thrown into the mix. Retro is a bit more easy to define, as the vast majority of people believe and accept that this particular term applies to items made during the 1950s. Though some believe that it refers to items that are between 50 and 99 years old, for example: it may also apply to items that are Art Deco in style, (which was during the 1930s). Examples of retro furniture include mid century modern furniture and home decor. The truth is, unless there are papers or some other form of verification such as personal knowledge and a maker mark, it can be difficult to know exactly when an item was manufactured unless you are looking for a specific item that you have thoroughly researched. Even still, it easy to be fooled. Look for reputable dealers, especially when looking for furniture or legitimate artwork and other wall decor pieces, as you don want to pay big bucks for a big fake. If youre ever unsure, get in touch with a professional to come and evaluate the validity of the piece before you purchase.
When you know what you want, youll need to set up a budget. Be sure to divide that budget up accordingly and have money for everything in that particular room. For example, in the living room youll need furniture, wall decor, table decor, throw pillows, floor rugs and other home accessories to complete the space. Bigger is better when it comes to choosing home accessories, so keep this in mind. Chances are, you dont want your space to look cluttered. By choosing a single large home accessory, such as a large hammered metal vase, rather than choosing several smaller home accessories, youll create a cleaner, less-cluttered look.
When arranging a space with accessories, one has to keep in mind that the most important thing to avoid here is boredom! This has a lot less to do with the objects you choose than how you choose to display them. To keep an arrangement from putting the neighbors down for their afternoon nap, remember to keep a balance of harmony (things that feel like they go together, like similar colors or styles) and contrast (things that spice things up by being different... smooth against texture, round against straight line, et... ) You want a bit of both in your arrangement. Perhaps you could create harmony by repeating a square shape or the color purple, and then add contrast by sitting a smooth candlestick next to a rough basket.
With furniture, you may want to look for key words aside from made in the U.S.A. For example, kiln-dried frames are higher quality than frames that have not been kiln-dried. The same goes for taking note of what fabrics are being used, and so forth. With other items, its pick and choose. When youre out shopping for home accessories and you pick an item up, you should feel whether it feels shoddy and cheap, or whether it feels sturdy and well constructed. Its really all about the feel of the item. Just be cautious and go with your gut instinct.
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