Textile Design of Interior: Gorgeous Real-Life Example
When the space is competently planned, all the zones are functionally determined and conceptually linked, the finishing is done, the furnishing and lighting are arranged and each item of décor found its place, comes a happy moment of housewarming – the moment when chaotic and messy process of renovation is fully completed and masters get a chance to live in their cozy and beautiful house.
But all of this triumph and sense of harmony would be impossible without such an important interior component as home textile. It sets the right atmosphere, makes the interior homey and “alive”, and brings more colors to the general scheme. That is why it would be safe to say that home textile design is a whole science. To understand all the subtleties of the process we’ll show you a real-life example of textile interior decoration of a big two-floor house.
Since in summer time the house is surrounded by greenery and most of the windows in the lounge allow for enjoying splendid views in any season of the year, the clients’ special wish was to dress up the windows keeping them as open as possible. That is why sheer curtains and overdrapery in the lounge and the gallery of the second floor are draped with decorative tiebacks.
Translucent lace fabric with neat floral netting brings the sense of elegancy to the interior. While dense double-sided overdrapery made from velvet with soft plush texture and dressed up with cord tieback and fringe trim emphasize the dominating color scheme and add the note of solemnity.
All the bedrooms on the second floor are decorated with natural fabrics with floral patterns. The master bedroom is designed in light, spring-time color palette, and a light lace sheer curtain with delicate embroidery corresponds to the wishes of maximum openness expressed by the masters. Overdrapery is made of dense fabric with the addition of cotton and draped by decorative tiebacks.
A two-tone bed cover and toss pillows ideally match the color and texture of the wallpaper. Frills on the bedspread and ruffled pillow shams add some romance and sweetness to the light and cozy bedroom interior. Metal curtain rods and holdbacks with cream beige finish are intended to match light metal elements in lamps and furnishing.
In the guest bedroom bright textile accents stand in contrast with the walls, flooring and ceiling finishes. Here the fabric of the curtains and bed cover also features a floral pattern, matching the wallpaper ornaments. Besides, both the bedspread and scatter cushions are dressed up with cord trim.
In this house the toddler room is very special – it’s light and cheerful and designed for a little princess. Dense curtains with the addition of natural linen are draped with decorative cord tiebacks, and the embroidery of sheer curtains mirrors the wallpaper pattern. Just like in the master bedroom, beige metal curtain rods and holdbacks blend well with white metal sconces and light furnishing.
All the textile elements – overdrapery, sheer curtains, pleated bed cover, soft throw pillows, sofa upholstery, and upholstered headboard – create the atmosphere of coziness and bring a finishing touch to a totally wooden room.
In the bathroom a small window is dressed up with crisscross sheer curtains with intricate needlework featuring decorative opaque rosebuds, mirroring the pattern of the ceramic tiles.
In the entry room choice was set upon light lace sheer curtains with embroidered elements.