For homeowners looking to create a vintage theme of décor, you want to incorporate sepia art into your room. Sepia prints are traditionally tinged brown and represent landscapes, still life and people. Many are familiar with the tint of the picture as it reflects photos from the 19th and early 20th century.
If you have a room filled with antiques, sepia prints or photos would make a great addition to this type of room. Sepia can even improve the quality of a lackluster photo. If you’re looking to give any room in your home person personality by adding something unique, you may want to think about the addition of sepia prints.
With the popularity of Boardwalk Empire and the latest version of the Great Gatsby hitting the movie screen this summer, the roaring 20’s is making a comeback. This great American design is influencing homes by way of wall paper, fixtures, furniture and accessories fashioned from the beautiful Art Deco styles of that era.
Bold patterns, graphics and stripes are showing up on furniture, floors, walls and accent pieces. Decorating magazines show the intricate graphics and murals on bedroom walls, tables and even dressers. Try easing into this new decorating trend slowly by incorporating stripes and simple patterns first.