Decorating your home with fixtures may require lots of thinking but if you choose to add an Italian touch, it certainly does not need much consideration. Recognized as more than just functional décor pieces, fine fixtures tend to intensify the natural home ambiance, create a feeling of elegance, as well as reflect your taste for fashion and adherence to standards. This is something that an Italian art always promise to deliver. Decorating your home is an art but furnishing it with Italian furniture is like making your home an art gallery that never fails to make a long-lasting impression in the minds of guests.
In Italy, manufacturing fashionable fixtures is an innovative art that has been delegated from one generation to another since many centuries. It is known to all that Italians are proficient in forming stylish furniture pieces that are virtually masterpieces of art in several cases. The main feature of attraction in such artworks is the design style. Treated as the reminiscent of the amorous history of the country, the Italian furniture has been classified into three popular styles: Classic, Modern, and Tuscan.
The Classic Style
This one gives you the finest artworks for decorating your home in a profound manner. The furniture styles are available in several sizes and trends, such as antique, ornate, heavy, and large. These pieces are typically adorned with creative wood carvings that encompass almost all designs, right from plants and birds to monstrous animal and human figures. Due to the blend of Spanish and Italian techniques, these furniture pieces are distinct enough to give a splendid touch to your most beloved property. However, the fixtures draped in classic style are unsuitable for any ‘big’ space or mansion.
The Tuscan Style
It is perhaps the most known furniture style of Italy. It is further split into two styles: Traditional that reflects the talent of those living in rustic areas of Italy and Elegant that oozes out the style of Florence. Of the two, the rustic style is more common and features fine and simple Tuscan craft. You can expect some really superior-quality wood crafts such as fir and cypress along with stones, iron, and copper accents. So, although simple, the pieces of this style are often durable and elegant enough to last long in your home. Moreover, the complementing accessories are draped usually in deep red and Mediterranean blue that signify warmth and kindliness. Further, kitchen accessories are usually made up of granite and marble. Such decorations and artworks are used for triggering the desired feelings of calmness and tranquility. A unique combination tends to embellish your bedroom when you add colorful tapestries, blankets sunk in earthly colors, and candle stands. For a big kitchen, you can consider adding big family tables on which ceramic fruit bowls can accentuate its looks and terracotta pots for storage.
The Modern Style
The set of Italian furniture coated in this style appears as unique epitome of Italian artistic mastery due to the magnificent works of art. However, the pieces are made using the same traditional craftsmanship. The fine works are crafted of glass, wood, leather, and chrome for giving that ultra smooth and stylish patterns. However, of all, glass is the most common material used in the notable modern Italian furniture. The Italian furniture pieces in this category are often tagged as the cleanest and modest décor pieces that act as modern art works as well as functional fixtures.
Certainly, Italian furniture will add the desired flair to your home irrespective of the mood or taste you may prefer for embellishing your home.
Bio: Ruth Lynne is a blogger who loves to write articles and posts about fashion and home improvements. He is right now researching on fashionable home furniture and accessories, and that he is much inspired by Alex von Furstenberg, a famous designer of such fixtures.