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Medieval Home Decor Tips

Medieval Home Decor Tips

Who doesn't love castles? There’s something majestic about them that lures out both the suppressed romantic and the inner warrior. Given that most of us can’t afford a castle (that would be amazing!!!)... how can we capture even a hint of the alluring qualities of a castle?

Medieval, Gothic home decor items are trending and are a great way to add a touch of rustic elegance to your home.

This unique style is ultimately about making a rich statement. Whether bold, or subtle...

Gothic or Medieval interior decor is all about elegance and drama.

Choose Rich, Deep Colors
When you are choosing a palatial theme like Medieval, then you can pick rich colors like red, green, brown and gold in deeper tones. The most common are burgundy, dark green, and gold. Mix it up a bit too... try adding a burgundy accent wall with gold on the other walls. If you don’t want such bold colors on your walls, use them in your furniture, rugs, or accents instead. Add a softer, more neutral tone to your walls.

Switch to Fancy Flooring
Instead of keeping it simple and regular, look  for designer tiles or fancy stones.  And... keep them bare. When you picture a castle, you don’t see wall-to-wall carpeting. Castles had bare floors, usually made of stone. Also, hardwood is also an affordable option.

Design Options for Walls
Medieval theme has all the elements that can impress your guests the moment they enter your facility. Not only the flooring and ceilings, but the walls of your house should also be addressed while redecorating. Instead of keeping them plain and sober, you should choose interesting design options for walls. Some ideas to consider are dragons, gargoyles, and human skulls.
Dragon head

Fireplace as Focus Point
When it comes to medieval interior designing theme, a fireplace is always the best choice for focal point. Opting for a vintage style fireplace makes a great statement!

Invest in Wooden Furnishings
For affordable, yet stylish furnishing options, invest in wooden furniture in dark finishes. Instead of spending money in glass tables, you can buy a wooden table made of oak or lumber with a touch of medieval period.

Natural Lighting and Wall Sconces
Make sure that you let the natural light enter the house. In addition, you must have wall sconces. Wall sconces give you the mystery and charm of a true castle. As a more subtle approach,  you can use stylish lamps and small ceiling lights to create the drama of the medieval period in your house.

Check out this great Wrought Iron candle holder wall accent! It's perfect! The scroll pattern...the color... Everything about it screams medieval elegance!
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Choose Vintage Style Curtains & Accessories
In order to give a medieval look to your home, choose the right accessories... and long, flowing, drapey curtains. Properly castled window treatments coverings will puddle on the floor. 

An easy Castle themed element for the kitchen.... Copper pots!!  Nothing says "medieval castle" like copper pots hung in your kitchen! If you aren't into the full hanging pot look, just add a few copper touches in your kitchen.

Some great accent ideas!

 

Wall Charmers Skeleton KeySkeleton Keys add the perfect touch of Medieval drama to your home!

Handmade with Incredible Detail

Hand finished CAST IRON

Available in Rustic Bronze & Gold.

 

 

Human SkullHow about this Human Skull as a study buddy on your desk? or a great shelf accent?

Human Skulls make great accent pieces to give your home that medieval, gothic look.




I mentioned adding a Dragon Head as a decorative accent... Check this one out!
An ode to the Game of Thrones and Dungeons & Dragons, this Dragon Head symbolizes one of the most popular mythical creatures of our time!

And the detail in this piece is incredible!!!! Check out the piercing red eyes!!!!

Enjoy your "Castle"!

Happy Decorating!

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Give your home a Medieval makeover!

Medieval, Gothic home decor items are trending and are a great way to add a touch of rustic elegance to your home.

You don't have to go full on Goth, unless of course you want to, but adding a small touch of medieval decor goes a long way.

Gothic or Medieval interior decor is all about elegance and drama. This unique style is ultimately about making a rich statement.

For lavish interiors, embrace high-end furniture and fabrics, and plenty of other decorative accents. While trying to create a modern Gothic living room, pay attention to the intrinsic taste and the fine styling options for flooring and ceiling that is reminiscent of that century. Add some cushy rugs in deep tones for a cozier feel.

Here are some Decorating Tips to create the drama of the Medieval period in your home!

Choose Rich, Deep Colors
When you are choosing a palatial theme like Medieval, then you can pick rich colors like red, green, brown and gold in deeper tones. You may not want to choose these tones for the smaller rooms of your house. In that case, you can consider lighter shades like dusky pink, deep cream, sea blue and rusts.

Switch to Fancy Flooring
Instead of keeping it simple and regular, look  for designer tiles or fancy stones. Also, hardwood is also an affordable option.

Pick Design Options for Walls
Medieval theme has all the elements that can impress your guests the moment they enter your facility. Not only the floorings and ceilings, but the walls of your house should also be addressed while redecorating. Instead of keeping them plain and sober, you should choose interesting design options for walls. Some ideas to consider are dragons, gargoyles, and human skulls.

Set Fireplace as Focus
When it comes to medieval interior designing theme, a fireplace is always the best choice for focal point. Opting for a vintage style fireplace makes a great statement!

Invest in Wooden Furnishings
For affordable, yet stylish furnishing options, invest in wooden furniture in dark finishes. Instead of spending money in glass tables, you can buy a wooden table made of oak or lumber with a touch of medieval period.

Keep the Lighting System As Natural As Possible
Make sure that you let the natural light enter the house. In addition, you can use stylish lamps and small ceiling lights to create the drama of the medieval period in your house.

Choose Vintage Style Curtains & Accessories
In order to give a medieval look to your house, choose curtains and decorative accessories in vintage style.

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For more information about adding gothic touches to your home, whether subtle or dramatic, check out this great article!

 

Wall Charmers Skeleton KeyOur NEW Skeleton Keys add the perfect touch of Medieval drama to your home!

Handmade with Incredible Detail

Hand painted CAST IRON

Available in Rustic Bronze, Fire bronze, Gold, and Silver