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How to Get Shabby Chic Decor in Luxury Living Spaces

The shabby chic style of interior design features distressed or worn items, cotton and linen fabrics, and items that boast of being bleached or faded by the sun, time, weather, and wear and tear. Popular shabby chic decor items are made of vintage linens, painted wood and metal, and hint at times gone by.

Shabby Chic

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Homes designed in the shabby chic aesthetic reflect a timeless quality with a light and welcoming vibe. The typical shabby chic collection often contains used items that incorporate both function and simple style. Transforming your living space with shabby chic decor gives it a fresh look and a vintage style while keeping things comfortable.

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A critical component to a shabby chic living room is having seats that you can sink into. This style mixes old and new pieces in warm colors, and it avoids the structure of formal rules to create a timeless appearance that looks effortless. A down-and-out piece of furniture that is comfortable and well loved may need a little restoring to make it perfect for your living room.

Handicrafts and salvaged items are essentials to the shabby chic style, as are fresh flowers in simple glass jars, glass vases, and glass pitchers. Round tables with light pastel tablecloths create a light, pretty, and classic look that illustrate the shabby chic style.

Setting a Shabby Chic Table

A vintage linen tablecloth and linen napkins bring the aura of fine dining, both inside and outside. Cut an old stained tablecloth into a smaller piece and finish the edges; then toss it over a small table and put a fresh jar of flowers on it. Tarnished silver napkin rings are ideal additions, and a colorful, vintage serving tray makes serving afternoon tea easy and attractive.

Serving Tea or Coffee in Shabby Chic Style

The shabby chic style promotes slowing down and taking the time to enjoy beautiful things. Taking tea or coffee in the afternoon with a shabby chic set encourages this practice. One of the best features of this is the mismatched look. As long as the setup looks rustic and well loved, it works. Even a rainy summer afternoon is brighter with this happy ritual.

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