Exotic Interior Colonial Decor

Dec 3rd

Colonial decor – universe of decoration is vast and in it everyone can find a decorative trend that perfectly suits their tastes and characteristics of their home. Looking for a classic and elegant decoration with modern touches? In that case colonial decoration may be one you are looking for. In following lines we analyze main keys of this beautiful decorative trend in which classic cultures are mixed, all with a distinguished touch, elegant and with modern touches. So special is colonial style.

Patio Colonial Decor
Patio Colonial Decor

Both in colors and in materials chosen for interior of spaces we must look for a feeling of naturalness. In case of colors, for example, we will try to introduce key elements in earth tones, brown or reddish on a neutral base such as white, gray or beige. main material for this style very clear knows that we should look for naturalness. Wood should be main protagonist in a colonial decor style interior. Stone, steel, forging or tempered glass are perfect materials to accompany it. Bamboo, wicker or rattan can be put into small decorative objects.

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You can choose exotic woods like iroko, mindi, teak or wenge to give a very personal touch to your interior colonial decor. Decorative accessories acquire a greater value than in other styles, since these are part responsible for transmitting warmth and naturalness to piece. You can choose classic accessories such as chandeliers, trunks, classic cases, forged lamps, carpets made of natural fibers, curtains of light fabrics such as linen or cotton (always in neutral tones) or even Japanese panels or screens. Separate spaces.