37 Dream Shabby Chic Living Room Designs
Shabby chic is a popular interior design style where furniture and furnishings are either chosen for their age or new items are distressed to look vintage. It easily can add a feminine, romantic touch to any interior and make it quite unique. Check out these 37 Dream Shabby Chic Living Room Designs.
Anne Coletti‘s vintage home interiors.
I am enamored with white. I love its calm simplicity and as I grow older I find that I have a kinship with such a hue. A room dressed in white allows my mind to rest, to think, to be soothed, and to find a peaceful place. It is an unprejudiced color that is always willing to be applied to almost any décor and style, from ultra modern to ethereal and romantic. I will admit that what started as a simple dalliance with white has now become a true love affair. And so, with the abandon of any new love, I have transformed my 1820s Federal Colonial home fashioned in the serenity of white.
Though white is now the foundation of my décor, I still follow certain design “musts” to which I have always adhered. I surround myself with only the things I’m passionate about. I like to fill my rooms with antiques and old architectural elements and then I mix in a few newer pieces. Iron gates and antique mantels are plentiful in my home. I covet these relics from the past as they add such charm and interest to a space.
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Finally white‘s Birgit’s all white dream house. I love everything!
Swedish Blogger by vitt zink och silver decorated her house with love for shabby chic design and the result is amazing.
White upholstery with pretty pink florals creates a classic country look and drawes attention to a charming window seat. A white french mirror blends effortlessly with the original features of the room.
Janet’s by Shabbyfufu french style living room.
I adore old metal work pieces! The gates came out of an old home here and my sweet hubby brought them home for me. The coffee table is a marriage of an old painted iron garden table base and another cast off… piece of Carrera marble…
Via rooms of inspiration
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Warm whites, from soft curd to rich buttermilk, are the building blocks of relaxed elegance in this grand country living room. Traditional furniture and a lavish chandelier mixed with slouchy, loose-covered seating and shabby-chic finishes complete the look.
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Located in South London, this beautiful minimalist interior design is made within French style perfection. As for perfect interiors, this house is equipped with cool fireplaces, beautiful stairways, vintage woodworks, and chic furnishings.
Emily and Michael Knotts relied on tag-sale scores, basic hardware-store buys, and a can-do, DIY attitude when renovating their North Carolina lake house. The results redefine the word “homemade. The pendant lamp is made from a garden lantern with a $4 socket. Some gorgeous vintage items, such as the ladder and wooden crate, were finds at a local antique shop.
Via cush and nooks
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Like the cozy familiarity of a well-worn pair of faded jeans, the dilapidated elegance of an Italian villa, the worn grandeur of faded velvets and mismatched floral china handed down from your grandmother’s attic, the brand is a revived appreciation for what is used, well-loved, and worn, it is a respect for natural evolution and a regard for what is easy and sensible.
Creating a brand synonymous with her aesthetic and lifestyle, designer Rachel Ashwell founded Shabby Chic in 1989 on the philosophy of beauty, comfort, and function.
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