Do You Like Shabby Chic Style ?

In a style that is popularly called the shabby chicbest defined as retro vintage style dominated by white, gray and pastel shades, and neutral tones. The word “shabby” refers to the wear, damage, or simply the signs of aging things, but also a kind of mediocre quality, “chic” means that  shabby, old and mediocre things are in step with the trend – but in a sophisticated and stylish way.

In recent years shabby chic, has gained many admirers, especially among those who love aesthetic minimalism. Restoration of old cases is becoming increasingly popular, and white colors are easy to fit anywhere.

If you like an authentic ambience with a special fluid, then theshabby chic style is right for you. Today Chabby chic is one of the most popular styles in the world. Unobtrusive elegance, harmony, romance, convenience and comfort are the main features of this style, known as “shabby chic”.

This lovely  style allows recycled colors of paint, but in soft, pastel shades, usually the color of flour, ivory, soft gray, blue, green or pink tones. The main characteristic of this romantic style is aged and distressed furnitureDecorative boxes,flower pots and saucers and plates are just a small part of what is looks fantastic in the shabby chic style. More attractive the larger pieces such as tables, chest of drawers and a cupboard, turning  your home into a romantic haven.

Comfortable sofas, linen and cotton, “crystal” chandeliers and lamps, rich drapes and floral drapes, old oil paintings, floral motifs (usually roses or peonies), that’s what this way of decoration makes a romantic, rustic and a bit nostalgic.

From antique to modern, from the rustic to the glamor … all contained in the “shabby” style, perfect for those who constantly search for inspiration. Shabby Chic  style you can see mostly around seaside homes.

Do you like this romantically inspired style?








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