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Powder Room Boudoir Decor: Rugs to Fulfill Your Dressing Room Dreams

Your bedroom is one of the most important rooms in the home. It is a place for relaxation so that you can restore and prepare for the next day. The idea of a boudoir or powder room takes this idea to the next level. The boudoir is lavishly furnished to suit the tastes of the woman of the home in whatever style that happens to be. The traditional image of a boudoir is one of lace, saturated colors, elegant fabrics, Chinese rugs, and florals in every corner. Now, you can extend this idea to include both traditional designs and more contemporary ones. Perhaps it is time to upgrade your bedroom and transform it into the perfect boudoir retreat, but first, a bit of historical inspiration. And of course, one of the best ways of doing this is by starting out with the perfect boudoir powder room rugs.

The Powder Room

The powder room literally began in the 18th century as a space where ladies and gentlemen could retire from the public eye to powder their noses and wigs. Beginning in 18th century France, homes were built to include this private space into the design. If you have a historic home, you are probably familiar with the concept. Now, many spas feature a powder room where guests can take a bit of a break and freshen up a bit.

Historically, powder rooms were lavishly decorated and served as a small space that was used to show off a bit in terms of interior design. The style of the room often mimicked the style of the rest of the house, only a bit more over-the-top. These small rooms packed in big design features. Even today, they must be charming and enjoyable spaces because this is where guests will be alone in your home.

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A beautiful boudoir interior.

The Boudoir Powder Room

The idea of the boudoir powder room is to create a quiet retreat from the public eye. It is a place to rest and gather your thoughts away from the crowd. If you have a historic home, you might have a space to create both in a separate room, but if you have a smaller home, you can easily transform your bedroom into a boudoir powder room that serves the same purpose.

To create the right atmosphere, you need to think luxury. They are classic, comfortable, and dripping with luxurious details, such as rich fabrics and textures, fine silks, gold accents, and scented candles. Chinoiserie is the style that comes to mind most when you think of a boudoir or powder room. Even in today’s contemporary interior designs, you will occasionally see a chinoiserie element crop up. Chinoiserie is a French term that means “Chinese,” but it does not necessarily mean something authentically from China. It refers to something that has elements of Chinese detail and style.

 The Elegance of Chinoiserie

Chinoiserie elements include foo dogs, lacquered furniture, rich Chinese patterned brocade fabrics, Oriental artwork, pagodas, dragons, and nature scenes. The idea began in the 17th century as a result of increased European trade with China. These goods were viewed as “exotic” as few Europeans had actually traveled to the region to gain first-hand experience.

Chinoiserie came about when an uninformed European society began to try to imitate these Chinese goods. They were often misinterpreted, and some paired Chinese designs with lavish Rococo ornaments. Chinese dragons found themselves nestled among gold-embellished Louis XIV architecture. This style remained popular throughout the entire 18th century, and it never completely died out. It has seen several revivals over time, all of which provide inspiration for creating your own perfect boudoir or powder room.

The important thing to remember is that chinoiserie is about what Europeans “thought” about Chinese culture. It was mainly associated with Europe, but it was also a global phenomenon. It gained new popularity in the United States in the mid-19th century when Chinese rugs became an essential in Victorian décor. It also found its way into Art Nouveau and Art Deco styles. Versions of the style were found in Japan, India, Latin America, and Persia. Each culture and artistic style put its own twist on chinoiserie.

Creating a Chinoiserie Boudoir Powder Room

Chinoiserie gained popularity because of the insatiable taste of the Europeans for the exotic. Oriental culture was mysterious, and oriental goods retained a certain mystique in the European mind. Another example of this is the Orientalist paintings of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Anything Oriental was in style. It was not only goods from China, but it also extended to anything from Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia, India, Persia, and tribal cultures. Chinoiserie is the blending of East and West into a new artistic style that was the inspiration for boudoir and powder rooms that continues today.

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Patrick Mele Boudoir Interior Design With Art Deco Chinese Rugs

An antique Chinese rug is a perfect place to begin to transform your own bedroom and create your own chinoiserie-style boudoir powder room. It could be argued that it is the only piece you need to create the look. The idea is not to be too oriental, but to add a few oriental elements. An antique Chinese rug serves as the foundation of the room and could be used to inspire the rest of the furniture and accessories.

A Chinese rug can be paired with a mix of traditional and historical pieces, as well as modern ones. The look can be classic or a bit eclectic. It can reflect its historical roots, Art Deco style, or you can create something completely from your own imagination. One thing to keep in mind is not to be afraid to mix match unusual color combinations. This is a hallmark of the style. Boudoir style is all about breaking the rules and creating a space that is perfectly suited to you. After all, it is your private space.

We have a gorgeous collection of antique rugs that are originals from the days when these rugs were at the height of their popularity. They range from the late Victorian to Chinese Deco periods. There is no easier way to create this look and transform your space in your private boudoir sanctuary than with one of these captivating antique treasures.

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