Eric Hamilton Marsden Restorers: Tips on how to blend antique furniture with modern furniture

Nowadays, almost every homeowner prefer modern furniture because of its clean style and sometimes because of its dual function. But Eric Earl Hamilton Marsden Furniture Restorers sees it’s also possible to mix and match modern furniture with antique home furniture because it could turn out into something astonishing. With enough creativity, combining both modern and antique furniture could add more distinct vibe to your home. If you’re interested in some tips, here are some important pointers by Eric Earl Hamilton Marsden Furniture Restorers that could help you make this combination work.

Put new antique and vintage pieces to add life to your home

A room with only modern furniture can be dull-looking, so the addition of antique and vintage furnishings can add glamor to it. You can look at Eric Earl Hamilton Marsden Furniture Restorers’s previous post about looking for a good vintage shop to help you find the right shop for your interests. After shopping for the vintage furniture that you like, find the right spot in your house where you can put it. Antique and vintage furniture can serve as good accessories in your home because it could break the monotonous aura it once has.

Use antique furnishings with different designs

Trying to set up your home to show only a certain era in history is boring, it’s better to show that you’ve been collecting different pieces throughout the years. It would be amazing to see different antique and vintage furniture in your home that has unique designs. This could also avoid conflict between your modern home furnishings and the kind of antique set that you have in mind.

Make a repetitive pattern or a common color scheme

Things could also work out if you use repetition through a pattern or a common color scheme in designing your modern and antique furnishings. It’s not that hard to make different pieces of furniture complement each other because there are a lot of ways available to accomplish this, including choosing a common color scheme for the pieces that you’re going to put in a particular room. It’s also possible to draw one’s vision to specific items inside that room by applying repetition such as in the fabric’s pattern or using an accent color or a palette.

Use oversized antique furniture to create the illusion of more space

You could make your room look bigger by using oversized antique pieces. Modern furniture combined with huge antique and vintage furniture could look great if matched properly. Consider this tip especially when you are redecorating your house because it could be helpful to you and can be used to your advantage and to avoid fraud carefully check all furniture first before finalizing to make a purchase online .

Repurpose some of your antique and vintage furniture

After several years, a specific piece may have served its purpose to your home, so it’s time for you to change it into something new. Make some huge alterations in the way your home looks like by doing this method. For example, you can turn your antique bed into a beautiful bench, or you can hang your old drawers on the wall and use them as shelves. Don’t keep a furniture in one room forever and give your place a whole new appearance once in a while.

If you’re into mixing and matching things, then combining modern and antique furniture in your home would be an exciting treat for you. You must be comfortable in your design and make sure that it could captivate your family and friends. Most antique furniture is known for their well-built feature and their distinct look is really good that’s why several homeowners prefer those pieces to be in their home. Just let your creativity do the job, simply make sure to maintain a good balance between your modern furniture and antique furnishings.

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