Ring in the New Years with style. Beautiful antique rugs for your New Years home decor
New Years is an exciting time. One of the highlights of the current year is planning how you want your home to look as it enters 2017. We’ve listed some of our favorite decorative rugs to ring in the New Years, be it during a glamorous party or celebrating with family over a lovely dinner. Read on to see how you can use antique rugs to style your home for the New Years.
For A Romantic New Years Home Decor: An Antique Bessarabian Carpet
Throwing a New Years party takes a lot of work. Set the mood by starting with the rug to inspire you throughout your decorating process. This romantic Bessarabian Kilim rug has all the styles and decorative patterns needed to start off your look. Blooming red flowers, lush greenery, and a dark backdrop make for a romantic with a hint of mysterious New Years home decor. See this floral rug here.
For A Luxurious New Years Home Decor: Fine Silk and Wool
This is a fabulous Persian Tabriz rug that mimics the flashy and ornate celebrations of the New Years. This is a rug you want in your home to tell 2017 that you’re ready. Made from fine silk and wool, the carpet is luxurious enough to go with it’s colorful and fantastic patterns. See this silk and wool carpet on our site.
For A Glam New Years Home Decor: Ivory Persian Antique Rug
Get a little ivory gold to shine through the night. This Ivory Persian Antique Rug is perfect for New Years with it’s light ivory color that makes for a glistening backdrop. The subtle patterns make it a beautiful New Years home decor piece that will be sure to look glamorous next to the rest of your New Years decorations.
Interior Design Trends and New Years Resolutions
Interior Design Trends For The New Year – As we enter the end of the first week of the new year, the time has come for everyone’s favorite topic of 2012–New Year’s Resolutions! The new year rings in with a series of ball drops, champagne toasts, smooching, and major life changes bound by the promise to make this year better than the last. What better way to make such serious life changes than to rearrange that living space for a fresh, new, modern look that will sing “Auld Lang Syne” all year long.
Here are our top resolutions for 2012 interior design trends:
Interiors With Bold Color Choices:
2012 is all about making serious statements with splashing color options. Modern interior design for the coming year has future trends of bold color pops to liven that living space. Going all out with fierce eye catching bold color interior design options such as vibrant hues of yellows, oranges, aquas, and grassy greens will draw out the old and ring in the new with sleek and sophisticated touches of modernity.
Drop Those Extra Pounds (Minimalist Interior Design):
Minimalist design has been serving serious face as we progress into the styling and design of the future. Shed those extra tchotchkes, unwarranted decorative elements, and bulk-tastic pieces of furniture that serve absolutely no purpose. The key to minimalist design is to really hone in on functional pieces you can’t live without and purge, purge, purge like there’s no tomorrow. AND, as the world is supposedly going to end (again) in 2012, there may not be a tomorrow. So, go out with a serious bang of style and ferocious furnishings.
Healthy Life Choices (Eco-Friendly Interior Design)
The 2000’s saw a major boom in sustainability and green design options. However, with the emergence of a failing economy, looks were far lost to the ideas of yesteryear axing all kinds of superfluous design options. That being said, 2012 is all about bringing light back into the world once forgot of eco-friendly options. Including recycled wood options into that dining room or coffee table is all the rage as we process deeper into the year on luxe and fine living. Designers are offering numerous choice options that strictly adhere to the trends of tomorrow. Not to mention, sustainable home decor will make lasting decisions that will withstand the test of time contingent on the world not ending in mother nature unleashing a fury of elemental carnage.