Soothing and relaxing Country home design scheme is earning popularity day by day, especially in the Southeastern and Midwest states. This design reflects the simpler lifestyle that is associated with primitive American farming and Southern hospitality. Replication of this style in a contemporary home isn’t a tough task if you have some idea about where to start from and how to do it. Some ideas are given here;
First, pick off minimal lighting. Hang colonial style chandeliers, with emaciated twisted iron arms and subtle shades to cover the lights over your dinning table. While choosing lamps for beside-tables, try to find similar theme-small, slim, bases, with an unpretentious shade on top. If possible, search for a tin shade. Tin shades are suggestive of the colonial period and early American era, and work well for a Country styled home.
Incorporation of pineapples in the décor is another nice idea. Pineapples are indicatives of gracious hospitality, and are still very popular in such early American style cities as Virginia, Williamsburg. From quilts to dishes and pictures, everything is easily available that bears the hospitable pineapple, find few such items and entail them in your home décor, this way your home will go far towards advancing the warm Country atmosphere.
Stars and cream, navy blue and burgundy Americana pieces are some other fabulous additions to this theme. And they look extraordinarily outstanding if your décor already entails lots of burgundy and cream, and they make a wonderful sub-theme for decking your bathroom or a guest bedroom.
Quilts are an important trait of country style bedrooms. You may also get quilted shower curtains, and small enhancing quilts to exhibit throughout your home. The genial and subtle beauty and charm of the quilts shouldn’t be underrated since quilting is an bustle that has long been associated with the country lifestyle.
A warm and welcoming smell is another feature of the country homes. This scent might be of backings, apples, or cookies. You can easily achieve this sweet smell by getting a scented candle, or placing potpourri around the house.