The design or decorating style that you choose for your Living Room or Great Room should define the style that the public areas of your home follow throughout your home decor. This doesn’t mean that each room has to be a carbon copy of each other, however, the design of each room should be similar if you want to create flow – which you do!
- Traditional Home Decor – In this decorating style typically one or two furniture styles are limited to a room. It can be Queen Anne, Louis XV, Louis XVI, Early American, Hepplewhite, Sheraton, Chippendale and the list goes on. The upholstery, accents and window treatments are common to the type that would have been used at the time the furniture was produced. Traditional tends to be more formal, but certain furniture styles can be casual – such as Early American.New Traditional Home Decor – One of the most popular decorating style, although sometimes by accident. People with a New Traditional Style typically have furniture they have bought over the years, or furniture they have been given from their family. The mixture of furniture, some traditional pieces, are combined and updated with new decorating details, such as chenille throws, entertainment centers, beaded pillows and current window treatments instead of traditional draperies. One of the most commonly photographed decorating styles in current decorating magazines.