People with a "green" mindset often find that all-natural home décor has a special place in their hearts. However, not everyone is sure how to go about it. The key to being environmentally friendly lies in the cliched keyphrase - "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle". Therefore, the best place to start would be to buy used furniture, made out of renewable andor recyclable materials.
The fabrics - Shabby chic relies heavily on fabric to give the opulent look. Items look like they have been overdone in fabric but in a neat way. The fabrics mostly used are cotton, linen and denim. The items - You can have most of everyday house items in the shabby chic style; Furniture – cabinets, coffee tables, settees, Ottomans, lounge chairs. Lighting – candles, lamps, lamp shades, chandeliers, scones. Beddings – sheets, duvets, shams, bed skirts, pillowcases. Bathroom items – towels, sleepwear, bathroom accessories
Now, whichever color you choose to paint your room, do paint it. Wallpaper has become rather outdated, and if not done by a professional, can really look awful and start to peel. It may seem ridiculous, but if you were good at coloring inside the lines as a child, then you can certainly paint a room. All you need is a good brand of paint, a roller, a pan, one large brush, and a smaller brush for painting the corners. It is a good idea to only paint a smaller room by yourself though, as larger rooms can prove harder and require ladders.
Glasswork or glass art is a type of home decor that has figurines and structures designed using pieces of glass. These glass showpieces look bright and vibrant as they reflect light and appear to be very attractive. The other type of glass art is that of glass painting which is usually adorned with light in the background to make it look more attractive. Folk art is another simple way to decorate your home with. It consists of paintings, needlework, sculptures and other handicrafts.