Lucyina Moodie Classic Home Style Inspiration



Classic home style is one of the most difficult styles to achieve in home decor as it relies on creating a formal, symmetrical, elegant room using quality decoration, furniture and accessories. This style draws quite a bit of inspiration from history and it is not the history of the poor farm or factory worker but that of the landed gentry and industrial leaders of the day. Here is a good home inspiration for this year, which comes from Lucyina Moodie.

Lucyina Moodie Classic Home Style Inspiration 7

It’s a very elegant design. Indeed it’s classic. It has refined lines and textures and every detail is where it’s supposed to be. Each piece of furniture looks like it was very well chosen for that specific location and they all look good when put together. That’s very important in order to achieve a uniform design. Even more important when it comes to classic designs, where we all know how important symmetry is. Everything has to look good individually and as a whole.

The attention to details is also very important. That’s because there a lot of details and they all have to follow the same style. It’s not easy at all to create a classic home design, especially when you have no models to rely on. So it’s a good thing that technology is helping us in this process.


Published by in Interiors, on January 25th, 2010

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