Following decades on the periphery, traditional home design and décor is finally experiencing a renaissance. Interior decorators and homeowners are once again embracing the mainstays of tradition while decorating and designing their homes. The resurgence of traditional décor is evident in the increasing visibility of more classically feminine pieces. The reemergence of trad patterns and traditional textiles like velvet and leather provide further evidence of a return to tradition. Traditional lighting is realized in elegant and sophisticated lamps and light fixtures. Adding antique décor items to the home amplifies the traditional vibe. The return to tradition has not been entirely complete, however. Many designers are expertly combining the best of tradition with more modern touches in order to achieve a truly flawless and timeless look for their homes.
- Thanks to the resurgence of traditional style, velvet is once again a popular fabric in the world of interior design
- Some characteristics of traditional style that have made a comeback recently include feminine shapes and patterns, ornate lamps and light fixtures, and antique décor items
- Interior designers are finding ways to blend the traditional with the modern in order to craft a truly timeless look
“We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: traditional décor deserves its moment in the spotlight. And as it turns out, it’s getting one.”