ROMANTIC ROCOCO: how to create art-inspired interior
Rococo is an art style that gained popularity in late 18th century in Europe, when beauty, elegance, and light was celebrated above all else. The term Rococo is believed to have been formed from two French words, "rocaille", meaning stone and "coquilles", meaning shell, two items extensively used as motifs of decoration during this period.
If you are a dreamer and a romantic why not transform your space into a Rococo paradise of soft hues, lace, and opulent elegance? Be sure to fully embrace this gorgeous aesthetic with all its curves and ornate decor in order to create a truly "Rococo-inspired interior".
Here are a few tips on how-to recreate this style:
Draw inspiration from the artwork of famous painters like Jean-Honoré Fragonard
Opt for soft hues and pastels (whites, grey, & pinks)
when choosing the color pallet
Incorporate ornate elegant furniture, accent pieces with lots of curves
and decorative details
Use light and airy fabrics with lace and crochet
Don't forget to add a bit of whimsy and color with
accents like chinoiserie vases and candleholders
We hope that these tips inspire and help you create your own romantic Rococo paradise!