By Yvonne Carrere. Living Room. Friday, October 27th 2017, 07:43:11 AM.
Most Victorian furniture has ornate wooden carved embellishments with rich fabrics. You can also use seating pieces that are upholstered in brocade, velvet and embroidered. Add some throw pillows with attractive covers. Choose furniture with exposed wood in some parts like on the arm rest, legs and along the upper back of the chair. Use a table that is carved, marble topped, spindled or faux bamboo. You can accent it with traditional-style lamps and porcelain jars with crocheted doilies under it. For a more classical look, place a bookcase that can fill from floor to ceiling.
If you have plants in your home, don't place it just anywhere. You would not want your living room to look like a jungle. You can have a plant stand that has a design that suits your style. You can also use decorative pots. When placing it in your living room, make sure that it would not look distracting. Organize your plants well to avoid a crowded look. The living rooms you have seen above had great ways of keeping all their belongings by having smart storage spaces.
Use lavish designs of fabric anywhere you could. You can even use it as wallpaper if you want. Light fabric will look good for your wall paper although it would really cost a lot but using such will surely create a grandeur look for your living room. Using these two will add a Victorian touch to your living room. Using stained glass windows or stained glass accents add a bright mood in the area. The fireplace made with stone or polished marble can make your living room look classic.