The Triumph Of Shabby Chic

In Munich, the shabby has become socially acceptable. This impression, at least the report of the antique-Guide, the Munich art and antiques survey. Following the report, “Shabby Chic in Munich” on his tour of Munich and the surrounding area, this claim can no longer be questioned. In the relevant shabby-chic antique shops of Munich celebrities take to the stylist of interior magazines – both in search of some life to their otherwise rather cool outfit. The Schwabing IT Girl is the charm of the patina-ted furniture fall just as the wife of shop end green forest.

Girlie mixes with trendy mid-century, the elegant country house style is the ultimate goal of the Munich Victoria Beckham. So the question is not “if” Shabby Chic has become socially acceptable, but is “why”? The triumph was started in 1989 as a flea market goods from Rachel Ashwell of “Shabby Chic upgraded and provided with catchy names. From then on it was only a matter of time – has the Once a baby name belongs, to the family. Like no other before it’s understood “Shabby” to adjust. Read more here: John Groce. Behaves in a traditional country house as well as in the chic city-floor apartment. Initiated corners, peeling paint, missing loved ornaments – is what has errors.

This is the man with his corners and edges as well as with the piece of furniture. Let’s look at the residences of modern man: the floor to a shine, the furniture brand new, the window for life weatherproof aluminum, the bath flawlessly. Everything is smooth, shiny, highly polished and clean. Bring to life-giving elements, the warmth and structure in the domestic case, is expressly sought. As one of the African mask, the rough machined wooden stool or the wild retro wallpaper pattern on the wall, your neighbor probably the dose used look in Shabby-Style. Heller, lighter, more modern homes have become friendly. White, Antique white, light shades of gray and champagne tones are found in most of the Households as a background color. Not the right background for the old brown chair with his cracked leather, goes for the beloved, but gone. ” But one day he stood before the door, a sign that says “Shabby Chic” carried around the neck, a bright, warm cashmere-silk mixture cover on the right arm and said “I’m back.”