Wood blinds can fit in with vintage fall fashion

Sep 21 2010

Wood blinds can fit in with vintage fall fashion
Wood blinds can fit in with vintage fall fashion
One emerging seasonal trends is that of a sparse, but distinctive, arrangement of vintage or heirloom-quality items from flea markets or private craftsmen, according to The Daily Telegraph.

These pieces can add a rustic feeling to a home, but are also effective ways of saving money in a time where finances may be limited. Traditional furniture may bring a dignified atmosphere to a room, and homeowners can experiment with lighting and vibrant cushions to decorate a space with spots of distinctive color.

Placing flea market items on coffee tables or hanging them from walls can help a room feel like a sophisticated and historical space. Unique lampshades and handcrafted furniture, topped with handwoven blankets or quilts, can complement this effect.

To make a space feel even more natural, one may consider putting pine needles, acorns, or pinecones in a glass jar and setting it on the coffee or dining room table. Placing a few candles around this addition can complete the rustic feel.

Wood blinds can be distressed with cracks and other marks of age, so they may be ideal for homeowners who are seeking to evoke a cabin-like environment in their abode. Made from basswood and polished with a gleaming finish, wood blinds can be handsome window treatments for any room.
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