Furnishing with Empty Frames:

The Unexpected Charm of Made in Europe for Vacation Homes

When it comes to furnishing a beach house, the goal is to create a relaxing and welcoming atmosphere that reflects the beauty of the surroundings. One of the most fascinating trends in interior design is the use of empty frames as decorative elements. Frames, especially those made in Europe, can turn blank walls into an artistic display without necessarily having to insert paintings or photographs inside, seamlessly integrating with trendy interior styles such as minimalism, japandi, shabby chic, and Provencal.

Frames and Minimalist Furnishings: Minimalist decor is characterized by clean lines, simple shapes, and an airy atmosphere. Empty frames perfectly complement this style as they contribute to a sense of space and lightness. Consortium manufacturers offer European-made decorative frames with minimal finishes, such as glossy white or natural wood, adding a touch of elegance without weighing down the environment.

The Subtle Charm of Japandi Style: Japandi decor is a fusion of Japanese minimalism and Scandinavian style, creating a balanced space between Eastern tranquility and Nordic essentiality. Empty frames can become true works of art in this context. To enhance this style, Consortium members create collections of European-made frames in light or black wood with matte finishes to strategically place along the walls, evoking the tradition of Japanese artistic prints.

Shabby Chic Passion: Romantic and slightly retro, shabby chic could be the ideal choice for a beach house, where empty frames contribute to a vintage and delicate look. Consortium Fama’s collections include European-made frames with decorative details such as scrolls, carved flowers, or aged finishes to hang on the wall as they are or enrich with ribbons or small suspended objects for an even more personal touch.

Provencal Style, a True Must: The Provencal style evokes the atmosphere of old French country houses, with a mix of rustic and romantic elements, where empty frames can be used to display old letters, vintage images, or country-style fabrics. Consortium Fama’s components present in harmony with the style, European-made frames in white or faded wood to create an authentic look.

Empty frames offer a unique opportunity to decorate the walls of beach houses without necessarily inserting paintings or photographs. They are a versatile element that adapts to different furnishing styles, such as minimalism, japandi, shabby chic, and Provencal. The European-made decorative frames produced by the Consortium’s members guarantee impeccable quality and craftsmanship.

Published On: July 24, 2023Categories: News