By Lakenya Seligman. interior. Published at Sunday, August 26th, 2018 - 10:02:46 AM.
Placement of old items is keyUsing an old photo as large wall art is a bold and stylish choice.The placement of old items is one of the most critical aspects of decorating with antiques. There are a few potential directions when placing antiques. One option is to make an antique the focal point. as in the photo above: The room shows how a classic photo can look like a piece of chic art if it's large enough.
A sleek. modern wall space is a great place to hide a bed. This photo shows how well a loft bed and small sofa go together. Integrated home officesHome offices are the trickiest beasts to wrangle into a small space. There's something that feels distinctly luxurious about them. possibly due to the belief that home offices are reserved for people with a bedroom (or bedrooms) to spare.
If you're working with a truly small space. you'll need to get creative with your sleeping arrangements. Beds take up a lot of precious floor space in a small living area. Luckily. fold-down beds mean you can put a makeshift bedroom just about anywhere. creating a truly multifunctional room.Rather than feeling like you're in a cramped space. however. the ideas below are a classy addition to a space.
Putting them in a modern frame can keep family history alive or celebrate a past era without overwhelming the overall room design.Antiques with a timeless cultural feel to them. like oriental ceramics or Victorian teacups. are best served in a modern-looking curio so that they are on display in an updated way.