Interior Design

Drama & Art: 5 Ways You Can Add Baroque Style To Your Home

When I think about a fusion of art, drama, tension, exuberance, and grandeur — Baroque is the first thing that comes to my mind. It is assumed as a period of artistic style full of intricate details and exaggerated drama. This impressive trend took birth around 1600 in Rome, Italy and slowly spread throughout Europe.

We’ve listed these super easy ways to incorporate Baroque into your Home Sweet Home. Come, Take a look!

1) Walls That POP!

Wallpapers with intricate designs and a tad bit of shimmer is all you need to give your home a touch of Baroque. You could also go for Plaster Of Paris if you really have the time and penchant for art and detailing.

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2) This So Floored Me!

You can’t go wrong with this one. You either opt for designers tiles, Printed wooden floors ( Do It Yourself, Babe — If you can, I mean, no pressure) or simply embellish your floor with a carpet that your dad got you from Persia last year.

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3) Chairy on Top!

This would require a little investment but trust me, it’ll be worth it. You could build your own little Baroque alcove — a corner at home for reading or, well, just chilling.

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4) Mirror Mirror — On the Wall!

The one very easy way to incorporate baroque in your house is by using mirrors. It’s easy to find these in all sizes and shapes and put together as many of them as you fancy.

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5) Little Things

Bring home cutlery, candle stands, moroccan lamps, flower vases and other little things with a sinuous touch to them. And Voila! Baroque is now under your claw. Meow!

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There’s something royal about this beautiful style, it feels almost like a story being told. A story of the known and the unknowns. Adding just a tinge of Baroque can change the way how your home feels and looks and we hope we inspired you enough to see it at your place — telling your story.

Originally published on zimply.in

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