Not since the early cavemen created fire, some 400,000 years ago has Natural Interior Decorating been so smokin' hot! Granted, we saw a pretty good run of natural design circa late 80's featuring hunter green tones, pine cone bedspreads, and accent walls made of cedar panel. And, as the Adirondack Style ran its course it evolved into the wildly popular Pottery Barn in the early 90's. This Contemporary look gave way to the Shabby Chic decor and, so on, and so forth.
Design 2016...Organic Glamour
Fast forward, 2016...Organic Glamour. Even the name sounds cool. But, how does this new name give a new face to the post rustic of 25 years ago? To begin, mixing metals is huge! Before we saw cabin styles adhere strictly to polished brass, but the new adornment infuses cooper, bronze and rose-colored metals. Creating a warm ambiance throughout the room. In the 70's we were privy to the groovy trend of macrame. No home was complete without a wall tapestry or plant holders made of artistically knotted rope. Today's Artisanal style is reminiscent of those same natural fibers. Decorative accessories have gone low-key with more handmade trinkets, as homeowners and designers become more green.
It's Chic to have Antlers!
Organic Glamour is a design style embraced by nearly everyone, as all genders love the relaxing and neutral feel of the room's atmosphere. That being said, present day allows for grand gestures of home hardware such as shed antlers in interior design. Previously, only those living in the Rocky Mountain regions were "allowed" to utilize such knick-knacks in a home. Yet, with the resurgence of natural ornamentation such things as antler chandeliers, are nothing short of chic!
Want to see more shed antlers in interior design?
An online visit to The Peak Antler Company will thrill you with truly stunning antler chandeliers, as well as other furniture pieces for sale. However, in addition to pre-made items an effort to leave a footprint generated the production of a DVD, showing you how to make an antler chandelier yourself. By contacting us via our website, you will find the DVD entitled "DIY - How to Make an Antler Chandelier".
Remember, "home" is where and how you fashion it. The more natural it feels to you the more organically happy you'll be...even if that means, adding an antler, or two!