The Neoclassical decorating style dates back to the 18th of the century. Although it is not as common in the today homes, this style even adds a luxurious elegance and is still considered to be one of the most timeless looks that bring with a home together. Neoclassical décor greatly influenced by the Scottish Architect. Robert Adam, who added some of the various architectural elements to the classic structures.
Neoclassical interiors consist of lighter lights such as the grey, pale blue, yellow, cream or light green. These green can be accented with the red, black, gold or the terra cotta. To add a character to the walls, wallpapers are used to create a luxurious look in any of the room.
Neoclassical furniture is symmetrical and simple, the furniture can be in any of the geometric shapes, as long as it is proportional on all sides. In the 18th century, furniture was made from dark wood with marble or stone flooring. Moreover, nowadays many other materials are available for making neoclassical furniture. The furniture is also complimented with the beautiful rugs, particularly Persian Rugs this even adds to the richness and elegance of the neoclassic interiors.
Neoclassical décor emphasized luxury and detail. Decorative items such as the jars, urns, pottery, and china re-added to add the richness and elegance to space. Neoclassical décor elements also include large artwork and mirrors. In the kitchen cabinets, neoclassical elements are shown in the wall moldings to the richness to the entire kitchen.
Recessed Kitchen cabinets:
A characteristic that are distinct to the neoclassical kitchen is the recessed kitchen cabinets. In a neoclassical kitchen, you will not find a cabinet without any of the small detail. The recessed cabinets again, highlight the rich look, as the attention is paid to the extensive detail of your kitchen cabinet.
These are some of the elements that characterize the neoclassical décor. Neoclassical interiors are elegance and sophistication to any of the home space. It has a timeless appeal and brings a touch of Victorian Europe to your home.