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DUTCH style in the interior


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The Dutch style is unusually organic and simple. It combines natural materials and colors with artful paintings of Dutch masters.

Together they create an elegant, sometimes somewhat rustic style.



Design features of the Dutch interiorThese are: the windows are large, separated by racks on several glass, the ceilings are decorated with beams, painted either in the color of the ceiling or in the color of the floor, often there are stoves or fireplaces that are decorated with tiles with Dutch paintings.


Such tiles adorn the walls, often onlyHalf, instead of tiles you can take wallpaper with a similar painting. Even for the finishing of walls, plaster is used, painting. Brick and wood, also favorite materials for walls, boards are painted, and the brick is left unchanged.


Traditional Dutch colors are white(Predominant), blue, red and yellow. The floor is made of a board, parquet or stone. The tree can be either dark, or light or colored. Instead of a stone, you can choose a ceramic tile.


Dutch-style windows are often left behindOpen or use light tulle, perfectly fit the lace. For upholstery upholstery choose natural fabrics, monochrome or with ornament. The furniture itself is made of wood, the form of furniture is strict, sometimes rough. For decoration of furniture use carving, painting and glass. The invention of the Dutch is a slide for dishes, on the shelves of which porcelain sets are decorated.


As accessories, dishes withDutch painting, copper candlesticks and jugs, lacy napkins, engravings and mirrors in simple frames. Characteristic for Holland are miniature statuettes of Dutch houses, mills, Dutch shoes. Since Holland is the world's eternal leader, its interiors are often filled with flower bouquets.

DUTCH style in the interior Was last modified: June 20th, 2017 By Vayweont
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