The Rococo Style Bedroom is one concept that you can try to apply. You can display the impression of luxury and elegance but still display a thick nuance of the Rococo style with intriguing, cheerful, witty, and full of decorative elements.
The word “Rococo” itself is used as a term to describe a form of artistic style that is fancy or luxurious. In its early days, Rococo was born and developed in France in the 18th century AD as a reaction against the rigid principles of the Baroque artistic style. At that time, the Bourgeois or the French elite had indeed accepted Rococo as a new artistic style from the start.
The term Rococo itself is a combination of the French term “Rocaille” which means garden ornamentation and home interior with a shell motif, and the Italian term “Barocco” which means “extraordinarily beautiful gem, or something that is beautifully depicted. charming and unique ”. Therefore the Rococo symbolizes love, curves love like a shell, and focus on the decoration of the building.
You can also apply this style as a room concept or theme in your home, one of which is the bedroom. Come on, look at the following reviews.
Characteristics Of A Rococo Style Bedroom That You Should Know
The Rococo style is a continuation of the Baroque Style. The difference is, this style has a lighter, natural theme with a predominance of organic lines, and is full of decorative elements with brighter and more cheerful colors, striking and soft at the same time.
Like the bedroom above, where the use of pastel purple and white wall paint that dominates the room and is used as wall paint or wallpaper, floors or carpets, and furniture such as mattresses, tables, chairs, drawers, curtains, to special furniture such as pillows, blankets, vases and more.
The cheerful Rococo, makes the designs accentuate the asymmetrical aspect and uses a lot of curved lines dominated by gold elements. One of the very strong characteristics of Rococo art in the shape of the shells, which are almost always present in the motifs or ornamentation of decoration patterns that are identical to intricate patterns.
The Rococo style also focused on decorative arts. It is therefore not surprising that the Rococo rooms were designed as total works of art with elegant furniture with floral motifs, shells, and plants, small statues, vases, and mirrors full of ornaments, motifs and carvings, rugs complementing the architecture, reliefs.