By Fredda Ziegler. Bedroom. Published at Saturday, December 09th, 2017 - 10:43:32 AM.
Not sure about the difference between Baroque and Rococo? In short, Baroque refers to a period spanning from the 17th century until the beginning of the 18th century and is epitomized by Louis the XIVth and Versailles. It is opulent and a heavier style – more “serious.” Rococo is often considered a subset of the Baroque era, sometimes even called late Baroque. It is typically lighter, more feminine and whimsical. Giving a bedroom a touch of Baroque or Rococo is easy to do. Personal preference will drive how much of the look is appropriate for you.
Dark floors are particularly interesting. They tend to look dramatic but, at the same time, they are elegant and timeless and their versatility is just an impressive as their simplicity.
The first element of these styles to consider is gold. Because wood was always a prominent feature in Baroque furniture, gilding was often applied and the ornamentation was almost always done in gold. This bedroom features several telling characteristics, such as the extravagant gold ornamentation atop the tufted headboard. While that is decidedly Baroque, the lavish bedding is more Rococo because it is made from silk.
This bedroom definitely feels sumptuous. As you can see, the decor is very simple. But the details are all very well chosen and the attention to detail is amazing. The colors chosen for the décor are simple and earthy, which makes the room feel casual and inviting. The textures are marvelous and the chandelier is the most impressive detail.
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