Decorating living room in a lodge theme
The rooms that have been done using the mountain, hunting and ski lodge themes have a classy, rustic element to it. The warm colors and natural elementsimpart an easy-going atmosphere, which is what is so attractive about the lodge decor. So why not have your living rooms too done with the inviting elements and an experience that takes you back-to-nature. See how a normal living area is transformed to a rustic lodge style.
A lodge décor generally incorporates refined, classic decorating style,masculine, English Hunting materials. Since late 1800s wealthy Victorians from England used fox hunting as a favorite pastime. Their country lodges were decorated in great detail. This was done to support the sport, but in today’s time this style can easily be decoded for the modern and sophisticated living areas. It makes the homes look rich with those cozy fireplaces, oiled woods, well-placed hunt art and those rare hunting accessories create a Victorian charm inside your living space. Many people love this style of decoration due to the kind of a warm, comforting atmosphere it creates inside the home.
Talking about what furniture to place, we suggest that something like a heavy oak table and the masculine chairs along with the leather sofas and recliners evoke that 1800s styled looks. A big room done in a den style further adds to the appeal.The colors rich in brown, navy leather and gel well into such interiors. User lamps, bookends polish, hunting horns to finish the looks of the room.
A hunter green color is very indicative of the hunting lodges. It refers to the forests, use blue for sky and red for riding jackets that were used for hunt. Finding a checkered within these colors is easy and can be used for pillows, upholstery and window blinds. Getting dark-colored fabrics for curtains and upholsteries, requests for lighter colored wall like gold, gray etc.
For the accessories hunt for the local antique shops and find interesting objects portraying riding crops, boots, bits,boot scrapers, fox hunting bridles, etc.Include canisters, dishes, kitchen sets, light covers, towels, bedding, lamps that portray the hunt art to decorate the space.