Flemish interior design borrows elements from Dutch Renaissance properties. The aesthetic is simple and uncluttered, but it retains a quiet luxurious temper.
Jacobean interiors can be described as luxurious, rich and ornate. Oak is the dominant material used on tables and chairs, and the wood is always intricately carved – desk legs and banister posts are accentuated with deep carvings.
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Red tiled rooftops, similar to Tuscan architecture, adorn many Mediterranean homes. Wrought iron banisters and balconies are also popular options.
Furniture isn’t the one beautifully detailed component – plasterwork ceilings and grand marble fireplaces are also modifying elements of Jacobean inside design. Silver is a commonly used material, and it’s usually used to channel a marine motif. Silver sculptures of dolphins, mermaids and shells are interspersed all through Jacobean design, which was an early Renaissance fashion through the reign of King James VI.