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Of course there were many changes of style and design through this long period of time. The Georgian style gradually became more decorative throughout the period. So I guess if your house goes back to one end of the spectrum of the time, or if you have to be historically accurate, for any reason whatsoever. You will see a strong influence of different eras and styles of interior design in the style of Georgia.
The main influences on Georgian design styles were: neo-classical (Greek and Roman classical art and architecture), oriental decoration, French aristocratic style, rococo and neo-Gothic. Georgian interior design relies very heavily on the distinctive architectural style. Architecture is very decorative, so add plaster moldings, panels and rails and friezes.
Typical Georgian moldings are egg and dart, acanthus leaves, scrolls, shells, animals, mythological and fantasy. Georgian wall colors were quite toned and quiet. With heritage ranges of paint is a great way to ensure that you have the right colors and shades. Woodwork was painted white general or chocolate brown or olive green. Georgian rooms were quite dark, but it was common to a number of small details of gold and gold to find it relieves the feeling a bit.
For backgrounds and fabrics to create beautiful patterns to choose. Typical designs are stripes, urns, columns, oriental designs and "Toile de Jouy. Georgian Rooms were very simple and straightforward. So keep furniture minimized. The furniture itself was fine in style, dark wood, and with the poor and the roles 'ball and claw' feet. All very sophisticated and elegant. Georgian original accessories are very important to help you get an authentic look. Fortunately, they are still very abundant in antique and flea markets and even eBay.
A great finishing touch is the inclusion of a typical black silhouette picture cropping. This can be a great craft project for the family to enjoy! Click here for more information on the design of the interior of Georgia, including Georgia photos and accessories. A wonderful way to add warmth to wait is to create a space for a fireplace. Create a beautiful environment where visitors can meet, relax and enjoy a break from what is happening around you.
And what about the food at your hospital? Would not it be great if the cafeteria food was so good that people in the area actually thought about going to the hospital for a good meal? It can happen - at least I'm hoping that might happen! It was so unexpected and wonderful to deal with the design of a coffee shop in order to have a real restaurant, instead of supporting the hospital staff, patients and visitors with mediocre food and a simple environment.
I encourage you to dream big! I have touched on only a few options for hospital interiors warm and welcoming. There are many things that can and should be done. Working with other design professionals, go to the hospital management and the contribution of the community for the support and commitment to achieve. Through carefully planned inside, your institution is one that no one is truly extraordinary ... a place that will better serve the needs of all.