The best way to incorporate a royal lifestyle in your life is starting with your homes. The question now is, how you should go about it?
The royal aesthetic is a tricky one to tackle – you have to walk a fine line between too much and too little. If you go overboard, your interior will come off as garish and undisciplined. If you restrain yourself too much, then it will seem too stark and austere. So finding that balance between these two places is necessary when you’re trying to tackle this particular aesthetic.
In this post, we are going to look at a few ways which you could imbue the royal vibe in your homes.
1. Material aspects
The very first thing you should focus on is the color and material aspect. You should select a scheme that offers a decidedly distinctive style to your interior. Try not to go for middling or neutral colors – go for something bold and impactful. As the image is shown, a purple bedroom suite is the color that actually lends credibility to its royal concept much more than any other design intervention.
2. Imbue the classical style
There is something extremely delicate yet royal about the classical style – be it Greek, roman or even renaissance. So when you’re going for this specific style of interior, try to curate some of that effect in your own designs. From the image, you will see an electric fireplace mantel come shelf that has been designed around the classical concept. As you can see, it automatically adds a royal vibe to the overall ambiance.
3. Tufted furniture
This is one of the most mainstream ventures within this concept. However, the impact of such a furniture style is so visually stark and impressive that it has become a beloved trend. As you can see from the image, you will see the red velvet tufting automatically increases the extravagance of the entire room.
Interior accessories come in all shapes and sizes, but if you’re going for the royal vibe, then try to curate pieces that add to the image. For example, do not go for simple stuff – go for ornate pieces that make a bold fashion statement. It could be through colors, style or even visual impact.
If you do not want a loud interior in the royal style then fear not – there is a way to tone down that visual weight with delicacy. As you can see from the image, you just have to exchange the bold color scheme with whites. White has always been the choice color for many royally themed ventures – think; Ancient Greek Acropolis and more. So if you keep all the elements and accessories but exchange the color scheme, it would still come off as royal with a delicate twist.