When your home requires a revamp, sometimes a fresh coat of paint isn’t enough to give space to experience. You can do more and revitalize your home with a peaceful and warm atmosphere inspired by Tuscany.
Forget the sweet and boring aesthetic, the vintage aesthetic is the perfect style for every soul at home to immerse themselves in this year.
Imagine the rolling hills stretching away against the sharp blue mountains, and just before the mountainous horizon are lush conifers and olive trees that peak in patches that reveal the sun-scorched land between.
In addition to the earthy tones inspired by the Mediterranean landscape, the views from here are decorative ideas to transform your home into a modern Tuscan-inspired home.
Bare wood or travertine floors. The beautiful rustic flooring is enough to stand out in the Tuscan decor, as the hardwood floors and colorful travertine or terracotta tiles are a great eye-catcher in themselves.
However, there are traditional Tuscan or Moroccan rugs that you can add if you’re not ready to tear up those plain ceramic tiles. Tuscan rugs are usually floral or vine with interesting warm ivory or brown geometric patterns.
Windows without curtains. The floors aren’t just bare in terms of traditional style, as they leave the windows free of heavy curtains.
You can always add privacy curtains with Tuscan stripes or floral patterns. Keep in mind that these designs may look heavy and the colors may vary from red, green, apricot and gold. This window treatment works well on white or beige walls.
Shaped and obsolete metals. Incorporate metal elements into your home, such as a large old metal clock or an antique metal headboard. If you have a bare wall, you can fill the void with a beautiful decorative metal frame. You can choose from several wrought iron doors or windows and place them beautifully against a beige or gold wall.
If you want to add images to your walls, like the interior of Tuscany, you can install textured or 3D mosaic tiles on your wall that mimic the look of cobblestone or brick. But if you’re doing major renovations, plaster surfaces are ideal for emulating the look of washed stone.