House Beautiful Shows How Victorian Design Style Is Coming Back! – According to the magazine’s Next Wave predictions, the glamorous and luxurious Victorian look is something that is going to be quite popular this year!
The rich pattern and texture and ornate details have already made its mark in the fashion world and are coming back to be one of the most luxurious interior design trends in the market! Full with unique furniture designs and custom made pieces the Victorian design style is perfect for any luxury home decor.
William Cullum from Jayne Design Studio believes that the next big style in the interior design industry is the classic and glamorous Victorian look! For Cullum, the past remains an undying muse for the contemporary design because he believes that “there’s magic in the layers and textures that can be acquired only by the passage of time”.
The antique details give to any interior design project it’s own personality and character. “Don’t be scared of color or pattern. I don’t believe in the neutral room with a pop of color, or the rule that if it’s neutral you won’t get tired of it as quickly. I would definitely get tired of a room full of white furniture faster than a room full of color and pattern” explains Cullum to the House Beautiful team!
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