Last updated on June 23rd, 2011 at 02:12 pm
From various styles of home decorating, the country style is very popular. A certain degree of coziness, simplicity and aesthetic appeal are offered by the hint of rural country life. Some people who were inherited some antique pieces of furniture from their family home regard them as embarrassing stuff. It is because they do not have any idea that there are millions of people across the globe dying to own antique furniture.
If you are one of those people who want to spend a fortune on country style of home decoration but you feel a little afraid due to the financial implications and the pinch in the pocket that you may get, you can consider these some useful help. You can hunt by coming to the garage sales, flea markets, charity auctions and yard sales. In these places you are able to buy unique and beautiful second hand items and antique pieces at heavily discounted rates and surprisingly very inexpensive cost such as glass jars, bottles, flower vases, pillows, baskets, candle stands, pots, mirrors, clocks, picture frames, old tin or wooden toys or collectible, waxed fruits, paper weights, stuffed animals, dolls, wall hangings, lamps and lamp shades.
You can use your imagination and creativity to repair and reuse those old items. This is the essence of country style of home decorating. You don’t need to be a really professional interior designer if you just have to know how to transform an old, faded and shabby but comfortable sofa to be an elegant piece of furniture if is draped with a beautiful antique quilt over its back. To improve the country look of the room, you can add pillows of different shapes and throw rugs.
And to give a more country look in your home you can also place flowers in beautiful vases of different shapes, sizes and colors, interior plants, chandeliers, candle holders, bronze and copper show pieces and decorations, wicker baskets and furniture, clay pots or other pottery items and decorating mirrors.