Hollywood Regency Accessories for Your Home

by furniturefrenzy

Chic living room

 

If you’re looking for quick, easy ways to change the way your home feels, redecorating will be the first thing on your agenda. Even little details like different light fixtures and wall accessories can really bring new life to your house. Settling on a new style can be initially difficult, but once you get past that, it’s just a matter of finding items which fit the style.

 

The first thing to do is do is to do an image search for living rooms and see what kind of styles really stand out to you. To add a sense of glamor to your home, try searching for the Hollywood Regency style. Hollywood Regency is a fancy term for modern glamor in home décor. Outfitting your home with accessories which embody the style is a great way to breathe new life into your home.

 

Hollywood Regency, as the name implies, showcases a home style which focuses on glitzy items like gold leaf mirrors and chandeliers. Items which look like they’re crafted out of gold and silver brings a snazzy sparkle to your home which will make you feel like a movie star.

 

A gold leaf chandelier can be a good start, but will look out of place if that is all you’re adding. While there are affordable options for chandeliers, be sure to add other stylistic touches to really unify your house’s style. Hollywood Regency lamps for bare tabletops and dressers are an easy way to present the style you’re going for.

 

For the bedroom, a mirrored chest of drawers is a perfect option. Mirrored drawers includes reflective surfaces on the face of the piece of furniture, often surrounded with wood painted with a gold surface. Add a gold leaf mirror to the room and it will visually pop!

 

These items may sound expensive, but if you shop around you can find all kinds of great deals which will allow your house to exude a glamorous aura. Don’t be afraid to check out antique shops and other types of second hand stores. A lot of the aesthetics embodied by Hollywood Regency are reminiscent of the style found in the 1920s and 1930s.

 

However, buying new can be an even better deal. If all you’re after is the aesthetic, there can be cheap alternatives to buying actual period furniture and accessories, especially if you’re willing to bide your time to find the right pieces for your house. Just imagine how splendid your home will look when you’ve finished!

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