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Olde World interiors have a delightful charm about them and although this style of interior steps？back in time you can still include all the mod-cons we've become accustomed to， such as central？heating and fitted kitchens， internal bathrooms (rather than a shed at the bottom of the garden!)？you'll just have to disguise them so that they don't stick out like a sore thumb!
Floors should be made of natural materials such as wood or stone. Large rugs will help to stave off？the cold during the colder months and will also bring colour to large open areas.pillow covers farmhouse
Plain walls painted cream or off-white will help to bring light to the rooms； wainscoting and panel？walls can also be used to great effect. Texture walls， although older houses may already have this？through natural whitewashing on rough plasterpillow covers vintage， should contrast and compliment each other.
Damasks， jacquards， brocade and velvet are ideal fabrics for curtains， drapes and soft furnishings.？In the bedroom your bedding can be a modern duvet， but to achieve a more authentic look quilted？bedspreads are ideal and can be used as well as duvets. If you want luxury bedding opt for duvet？sets which have embroidery or those which have a faux silk edging.
Keep the walls as light as possible. Use accents in rich ruby reds， burnt oranges or moss greens， any？of these colours will compliment cream or ivory beautifully.
Olde World interiors often have small lead-light windows which can cause dark corners at？night you will need good lighting to see. Lamps and the warm glow of an open fire can create an incredible atmosphere in the evening as you sit found with a warm drink and talk about the？day. It’s a good idea to have multiple lamps so that you can achieve a low lighting effect if you wish or turn more on for a fully lit room.
A traditional Olde World interior typically have tapestries hung on the walls rather than wall art.？Old sepia photographs of country life can also be used in dining rooms and kitchens. Other？accessories can follow a rustic rural theme or a more modern approach imitating the gentry？and wealthy land-owners by way of family portraits. Include cushions and throws which are plain or have an muted pattern， to help set the Olde World scene.
Despite their small size, side tables are among the most flexible and functional pieces of furniture around. They’re more than just a place to set your drink – these versatile players can provide much-needed storage, serve up food and drink in style, and occasionally, can even pinch-hit as extra seating. Plus, their modest proportions and low price-point makes them an easy way to play around with different finishes, colors and shapes in your decor.? Don’t limit yourself to matching sets – mix and match them throughout your space to achieve exactly the look and utility you’re after. Here are some things to consider when choosing side tables for your home:
This years not so hot summer has already seen parts of the country deluged with water, combine this with the quintessential English steadfastness which sees summer slip into autumn in a matter of weeks to be inspired as to the colour schemes which are dominating the market this autumn and winter in the world of interior design. The usual autumnal colours such as orange, reds and deep greens remain firm favourites, however this year the colour trend is to tone things down a bit and opt for slate grey skies, moss green and browns tones used against powerful contrasting brights such as fuchsia pinks to create dramatic interiors which have a homely, warm appeal.
As parents, one of the most important decisions we make for our kids is the food we choose for them. Food preferences, tastes and habits start early in life and we can teach our kids to love healthy options by starting them off with the freshest, most delicious options. With a culture that tells us that babies, toddlers and kids hate to eat healthy, how can we ensure that our kids choose good food options and actually enjoy fruits and vegetables?