Rococo Interior Design Style
Rococo style originated in Paris in the early 18th century but was soon adopted throughout France and later in other countries, principally Germany and Austria.
It is characterized by lightness, elegance, and an exuberant use of curving, natural forms in ornamentation.
The word Rococo is derived from the French word rocaille, which denoted the shell-covered rock work that was used to decorate artificial grottoes.
Characteristic features of this style are the comfort, refinement, a large decorative interiors and loading tracks, graceful ornamental rhythm, and increased attention to mythology.
Rococo style is very flamboyant and rich. But no matter all the intricate and ornate features Rococo is also quite elegant.
In the Rococo style, lavishly decorated walls and ceilings mostly featured the contrast of pastels and gold.
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