British Invasion: Living Your Life the English Way – An infographic by the team at HomeArena Furniture.
What about ‘Living Your Life the English Way’? The Victorian Empire once spanned about 25% of the globe, leaving strong cultural influences everywhere. The Victorian fashions seemed to act as great inspirations for a worldwide audience. It seems like British invasion has begun once again, design-wise, this time though. Let’s see how you can turn your living all English nowadays.
1 Bold & Daring
One great aspect of the Union Jack theme of décor is that it is bold and daring. Striking reds and daring blues against calming white makes your interior stand out bold and blunt; assertive, just like the English. The colours used in this theme simply liven up the whole ambiance of the room.
2 Union Jack Bedrooms
British theme bedrooms are a perfect blend of white with other colours, mostly reds and blues, adding a bright calm into everything. British headboards against white walls are instant eye catchers, true delight to your eyes. It is an irresistible amalgam of excitement (courtesy to bright shades) and calm (soothing effects of white), helping you become part of the British Invasion – living your life the English way.
3 Flag Motifs
British flag motifs add a colour and charm of their own to any room décor. The horizontal, vertical and diagonal lining details against a bright white background radiate the vibes excitement as well as calmness simultaneously in a room. White offers plenty of calmness and serenity, whereas the reds and blues add the buzz and stir of life into the decor of a room and it is this unique contrast that conjures up something entirely unique and irresistible.
4 Other Accessories
What’s great about this new wave of ‘British (style) Invasion’ is that you can get endless accessories with this, from Union Jack wrapped settees and storage cubes to side tables and chairs.
If Victorian style has always been an inspiration for you, perhaps this is the best time to become part of the British Invasion – living your life the English way, as the designers worldwide are doing nowadays.