From distinctive lifestyle displays to eco-chic organics and much more, this dynamic publication connects with its readership, energizing them to develop an outdoor living. Shabby chic decorating is all about distressed and timeworn furniture, faded wall and furniture paints; old antiqued pieces of ornaments and decorative items. Frames of the doors and windows can also be left unpainted to achieve an unpainted look. Metallics that are normally seen as cold and modern although galvanized steel entrances have been popular in home designs since the 1930s.
Shabby chic décor adds to the antique ambience of the porch and these gardens are a small preview of the style inside the home. Interiors full of floral prints and pastels complement the shabby wornout outdoor parts of the house. Try converting an unused screened-in porch into a cottage style gardening shed. You can even install shabby chic elements like a chandelier, distressed door frame and also use white as its gives this utilitarian space a clean feminine look while remaining comfortable. If there is woodwork, you can leave it alone and unpainted and just put in some white wicker furniture to enhance its existing vibes. Add some antique iron daybed, or vintage accessories like rusty lantern or dried wheat bouquets.