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Ways to place decorated embroidery in the interior of your home

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I greet you all and again about my beloved - about embroidery. Rather on the interior with embroidered paintings.

I will start from afar - from ancient times, any homemade handicrafts, including embroidery, were used to decorate the home. Embroidered paintings in the interior have not lost their relevance today. Such works give not only individuality to housing, but also fill it with the warmth of the hands of the Masters who created them, comfort and charm. The fact that the interior of the room depends on how well the embroidered pictures will be attached to the design of the room.

Creativity and creative thinking will help create a unique design based on embroidered paintings. Only in this case the wallpaper should not interfere with the composition - their drawing can be monophonic or with a small pattern, and also preferably calm tones. The colors of pastel are considered ideal.
On these walls looks beautiful embroidery in the interior, decorated in the form of paintings. The theme of embroidery should fit the decor of the room. Bright embroidered still-life paintings with a variety of fruits and vegetables are suitable for the kitchen, and in the bedroom or living room a variety of floral arrangements will look good.

I want to give some tips on the placement and design of embroidered paintings in the interior.

How to hang embroidered paintings: If the embroidered picture is not the first in your interior, and all the walls are already hung with decorated embroideries, then it will be boring just to hang another work. Indeed, in each plot there is a dominant color or the main subject of the picture, for example, a vase with flowers. Then the composition of the paintings combine color solution. Or vice versa, cross-stitch will be able to shade the fineness of the surface design. And this is a mixture of styles, advantageously setting off one embroidery before another. Each embroidered work requires careful thought through the design style. Sometimes a well-chosen frame for embroidery will present the work in a completely new light, unexpected even for the author himself. If you know in advance what interior this or that picture was embroidered for, then you can choose a baguette design that suits this particular style. The harmony of the frame and the plot of the embroidery must be flawless. This will help to group embroidered paintings of different sizes, subjects, and styles on one wall. The theme of embroidery must match the decor of the room. It would be ridiculous to hang bright still lifes of vegetables and fruits in the bedroom. Such paintings are more suitable for the interior of the kitchen or dining room. With the help of embroidered paintings, you can create a composition in the center of the wall that carries a certain semantic load.

At what height to hang embroidery?

The height of the placement of pictures on the wall depends on many factors - the size of the picture itself, the area of ​​the room, the height of the ceiling and the semantic load of the plot. For example, in the guest zone, in front of the sofa, it is best to hang the landscape associated with the view from the window. A small bunch of flowers would be best to look somewhere near the edge of the furniture, as if they were growing there. Small paintings fill the house with charm, the scale of the large indicates the respectable position of the owners. A single picture should always be visible in the most winning perspective.

It is clear that the lined up works will not create a bright design solution, the whole point of the composition lies precisely in the different arrangement of paintings. There is no doubt one thing: each embroidery should hang so that you can easily see not only the plot of the picture, but also evaluate the accuracy and complexity of the work done. It is absolutely not necessary that the embroidered paintings cross fill the entire wall, even if their number allows it. It is better to group them according to some features in the original compositions and in turn hang them on the wall.

Grouping pictures on the wall

As I have already noted, it is preferable to hang the paintings by grouping them into artistic compositions. Various ways of grouping in the form of, for example, symmetrical lines or several tiers allow to achieve a very effective arrangement of works of art on the walls. When hanging pictures with a horizontal pattern, you must define an imaginary line of the middle and fix the picture so that this line is at the level of your eyes. The same principle applies to pictures with the vertical direction of the plot. Only if the ceiling is too low, the imaginary line should be lowered 5-6 cm below. If you combine all the simple rules together, you get a kind of instruction for hanging objects of decorative and applied art. In the case of a large wall and a few small paintings, you should consider creating compositions. It is possible to arrange around the most beloved several works that are suitable for her in the plot, in color, in style. For example, it may be a series of watercolor sketches of the same landscape at different times of the year. With any combination, you should not forget that the picture placed in the center first of all attracts attention, even if there are only three of them.

If the design of the embroidered paintings is made in the same style and the paintings themselves are the same size, then there is a temptation to hang them in one row. This is the easiest, but, of course, not the best accommodation option. You can try to beat the same size of pictures in the layout of the ladder or in semicircular tiers. It all depends on your taste, size and interior design of the room.

The picturesque canvas, decorated in an expensive baguette, decorated with gilded wood carving, is an independent piece of furniture and requires around itself a sufficient amount of free space. No other works should be placed next to such a picture in order not to detract from the artistic value of the work.

If the room is intended solely for the storage and display of embroidered or pictorial works, you can use the trellis method. In this case, the pictures will be arranged on the wall in even rows and cover the entire surface of it.

If the pictures are lined up like soldiers in a parade, “in height,” or, more precisely, in size from the largest to the smallest or vice versa, such an arrangement will not cause the audience anything but a smile.

In general, the issue of hanging pictures should be taken with full responsibility. You can rely on your own taste, and it is better to invite experts. In order not to remove or outweigh pictures in case of unsuccessful arrangement, it is better to first compose the composition on the table or on the floor, choosing works by color, content and design. After making the final decision will only move it to the wall. The results will long delight guests and hosts.

Selection of frames for paintings

If there is a desire to place in the interior of the room several embroidered paintings, then it is not necessary to arrange them in the same frame. Different baguette, matched to each specific plot, not only does not interfere, but will create artistic decoration of the interior. Not only that the frame should be harmoniously combined with the work itself. After all, the paintings will be hung not in an empty room, perhaps there are already framed works of art in the room. Therefore, it is necessary to achieve a combination of new works not only with the general interior, but also with the already existing type of baguette. If this is possible, the added pictures are made out in the same baguette or matching to it in style and color. Then the options are selected depending on what is taken for the basis: style, size or color. With the same style, the picture frames are selected according to the size and combination of the baguette cover with the basic tone of the canvas. With the same color solution baguette may vary in style and, of course, in size. The same questions arise when choosing a frame for a picture in accordance with the decor of the room. But in the first place is still the picture itself - the baguette must fully comply with the content of the artistic canvas.

Of course, when developing a new baguette design, the latest trends in interior design, in the appearance of new modern materials are taken into account, so making a baguette that is simultaneously suitable for the picture and combined with the interior of the room will not be difficult. It is only necessary to approach this process creatively, based not only on the general style, but also taking into account the color of the furniture, the texture of the finishing materials of the wall on which the picture should hang.

Art Deco Interior

If the room is filled with luxurious furniture from expensive materials in the style of discreet luxury of the Art Deco style, then the embroidery in the frame should, if possible, be in line with this trend. Contrast white, black or silver color, a noble form and a stylish pattern on the frame with an unusual texture will be appropriate here.

Interior Art Nouveau

The Art Nouveau style, similar in spirit to Art Deco, takes a baguette of gold or silver color with an exquisite pattern, touched by a slight patina of patina.

Classic interior

In the classical style of the interior would be appropriate frame with elements of architecture of ancient Greek temples, covered with gold paint.

Empire style interior

The Empire-style interior with an abundance of red and gold colors, pompousness and richness of the situation will favor the baguette decorated with laurel wreaths and symbols of military victories.

Baroque interior

The fanciful Baroque style with an abundance of stucco, draperies and all sorts of decorations will require the same combination in the design of the frame for the picture.

Country Style Interior

On the contrary, simple rustic country style, popular in the interior of country houses, easily fit wooden frames, painted in natural cherry, yellowish-brown and green.

In order for the picture to become a real decoration of the interior, its baguette, if possible, should correspond to the epoch and style of the plot of the image.

In case of a successful decision in combination of the picture with the baguette and the color of the wall, you will receive an original interior decoration that will be one of a kind.

I will add that this is my personal opinion, I just had to do interior design and I flipped through a lot of literature. But on vkus and color. and so on. I would be glad if someone agrees with me and I will help someone with this publication, if not, that’s good too. Imagine that we all think the same way :) Horror, where we are without disputes, discussions and verbal exchanges.

How to hang embroidered paintings

If the embroidered picture is not the first in your work, and all the walls are already hung with decorated embroideries, then it will be boring to just hang one more work. Indeed, in each plot there is a dominant color or the main subject of the picture, for example, a vase with flowers. Then the composition of the paintings combine color solution. Or vice versa, cross-stitch will be able to shade the fineness of the surface design. And this is a mixture of styles, advantageously setting off one embroidery before another.

Each embroidered work requires careful thought through the design style. Sometimes a well-chosen frame for embroidery will present the work in a completely new light, unexpected even for the author himself. If you know in advance what interior this or that picture was embroidered for, then you can choose a baguette design that suits this particular style. The harmony of the frame and the plot of the embroidery must be flawless. This will help to group embroidered paintings of different sizes, subjects, and styles on one wall. The theme of embroidery must match the decor of the room. It would be ridiculous to hang bright still lifes of vegetables and fruits in the bedroom. Such paintings are more suitable for the interior of the kitchen or dining room. With the help of embroidered paintings, you can create a composition in the center of the wall that carries a certain semantic load.

Embroidery in the interior of the kitchen

Embroidery in the interior of the bedroom

Creative approach to hanging pictures

The use of paintings in interior design of a room was mentioned in the pages of magazines as early as the 30s of the last century. In the article of Agnes Barton it was said that the embroidered paintings hanging randomly on the walls would not be able to create charm and coziness in the room. To give the interior a certain zest and appeal will help the composition of the paintings, especially if you manage to tie it to the design of the situation. Creativity and creative thinking will help create a unique design based on embroidered paintings. Only in this case the wallpaper should not interfere with the composition - their drawing may be either small or absent altogether.

At what height to hang embroidery

The height of the placement of pictures on the wall depends on many factors - the size of the picture itself, the area of ​​the room, the height of the ceiling and the meaning of the plot. For example, in the guest zone, in front of the sofa, it is best to hang the landscape associated with the view from the window. A small bunch of flowers would be best to look somewhere near the edge of the furniture, as if they were growing there. Small paintings fill the house with charm, the scale of the large indicates the respectable position of the owners. A single picture should always be visible in the most winning perspective.

It is clear that the lined up works will not create a bright design solution, the whole point of the composition lies precisely in the different arrangement of paintings. There is no doubt one thing: each embroidery should hang so that you can easily see not only the plot of the picture, but also evaluate the accuracy and complexity of the work done. It is absolutely not necessary that the embroidered paintings cross fill the entire wall, even if their number allows it. It is better to group them according to some features in the original compositions and in turn hang them on the wall.

Pictures fill the entire wall and look losing

Grouping pictures on the wall. Picture height

As already noted, it is preferable to hang the paintings by grouping them into artistic compositions. Various ways of grouping in the form of, for example, symmetrical lines or several tiers allow to achieve a very effective arrangement of works of art on the walls. When hanging pictures with a horizontal pattern, you must define an imaginary line of the middle and fix the picture so that this line is at the level of your eyes. The same principle applies to pictures with the vertical direction of the plot. Only if the ceiling is too low, the imaginary line should be lowered 7 cm below. If you combine all the simple rules together, you get a kind of instruction for hanging objects of decorative and applied art.

  1. In the case of a large wall and a few small paintings, you should consider creating compositions. It is possible to arrange around the most beloved several works that are suitable for her in the plot, in color, in style. For example, it may be a series of watercolor sketches of the same landscape at different times of the year. With any combination, you should not forget that the picture placed in the center first of all attracts attention, even if there are only three of them.
  2. If the design of the embroidered paintings is made in the same style and the paintings themselves are the same size, then there is a temptation to hang them in one row. This is the easiest, but, of course, not the best accommodation option. You can try to beat the same size of pictures in the layout of the ladder or in semicircular tiers. It all depends on your taste, size and interior design of the room.

The pictures are arranged in a vertical row.

Figured arrangement of paintings

The picturesque canvas, decorated in an expensive baguette, decorated with gilded wood carving, is an independent piece of furniture and requires around itself a sufficient amount of free space. No other works should be placed next to such a picture in order not to detract from the artistic value of the work.

  • If the room is intended solely for the storage and display of embroidered or pictorial works, you can use the trellis method. In this case, the pictures will be arranged on the wall in even rows and cover the entire surface of it.
  • If the pictures are lined up like soldiers in a parade, “in height,” or, more precisely, in size from the largest to the smallest or vice versa, then this placement will not cause the audience anything but a smile.
  • In general, the issue of hanging pictures should be taken with full responsibility. You can rely on your own taste, and it is better to invite experts. In order not to remove or outweigh pictures in case of unsuccessful arrangement, it is better to first compose the composition on the table or on the floor, choosing works by color, content and design. After making the final decision will only move it to the wall. The results will long delight guests and hosts.
  • Selection of frames for paintings

    If there is a desire to place in the interior of the room several embroidered paintings, then it is not necessary to arrange them in the same frame. Различный багет, подобранный к каждому конкретному сюжету, не только не помешает, но создаст художественное украшение интерьера.

    Мало того, что рамка должна гармонично сочетаться с самой работой. Ведь картины будут развешаны не в пустой комнате, возможно в помещении уже есть художественные произведения в рамах. Therefore, it is necessary to achieve a combination of new works not only with the general interior, but also with the already existing type of baguette. If this is possible, the added pictures are made out in the same baguette or matching to it in style and color. Then the options are selected depending on what is taken for the basis: style, size or color. With the same style, the picture frames are selected according to the size and combination of the baguette cover with the basic tone of the canvas. With the same color solution baguette may vary in style and, of course, in size. The same questions arise when choosing a frame for a picture in accordance with the decor of the room. But in the first place is still the picture itself - the baguette must fully comply with the content of the artistic canvas.

    Different design of the same picture

    Of course, when developing a new baguette design, the latest trends in interior design, in the appearance of new modern materials are taken into account, so making a baguette that is simultaneously suitable for the picture and combined with the interior of the room will not be difficult. It is only necessary to approach this process creatively, based not only on the general style, but also taking into account the color of the furniture, the texture of the finishing materials of the wall on which the picture should hang.

    Art Deco Interior

    If the room is filled with luxurious furniture from expensive materials in the style of discreet luxury of the Art Deco style, then the embroidery in the frame should, if possible, be in line with this trend. Contrast white, black or silver color, a noble form and a stylish pattern on the frame with an unusual texture will be appropriate here.

    Use cases

    Embroidery in the interior is not just a cute decor, and sometimes a bright and distinctive design accent, its stylish highlight. And to emphasize the features of style and refresh the interior, select the appropriate use.

    1. Embroidered paintings. And they not only replace the picturesque ones, but sometimes they look even more interesting, volumetric and elegant. You can embroider still lifes, portraits, illustrations from books, reproductions of masterpieces of art, scenes or entire plots. You can also create a composition of several accessories.
    2. In the bedroom, the center is the bed, and if you select it with the help of an elegant bedspread, it will definitely become the accent of this room. And for the decor, you can use embroidery. And before bed lay embroidered rug.
    3. Small soft pillows give comfort, and if they are decorated with embroidery, they can become bright accessories.
    4. If the facades of furniture have lost their attractiveness, then try to cover them with embroidered fabric.
    5. If you decide to freshen up the interior of the living room, then decorate the coverlet and cover it with an outdated or annoying sofa. And in addition, make embroidered covers or mini bedspreads for chairs to create an exclusive kit or colorful composition.
    6. Try decorating with photo frames.
    7. To transform the kitchen, you can decorate textile accessories, such as cloth napkins, potholders, tablecloths, towels, covers for stools or chairs.
    8. If you have an old watch with a darkened or faded from time dial, then update it, making it with the help of embroidered fabric.
    9. Decorate with any embroidery lamp with a textile shade.
    10. For storing jewelry, you can use a box covered with an embroidered cloth. This homemade casket will take its special place on the dressing table.
    11. Spread tulle and it will acquire an incredible charm and look like a veil.

    Recommendations

    To make embroidery harmoniously fit into the design, follow the tips:

    • Consider the style in which the interior is designed to avoid a sense of disharmony. For example, complex paintings of silk threads are appropriate in chic interiors, simple elements will complement the direction of country cross, interesting ornaments will give a special charm to the ethnic style, and abstract prints should be used in modern and creatively decorated rooms.
    • Keep the product clean, as the decor loses its appeal as it gets dirty and begins to look sloppy.
    • Although this is a universal and not fanciful element of decor, it is not necessary to overdo it, otherwise the room will look like a hut or an upper room, which is not always appropriate.

    Feel free to use embroidery for decoration of any interiors!

    Country Style Interior

    On the contrary, simple rustic country style, popular in the interior of country houses, easily fit wooden frames, painted in natural cherry, yellowish-brown and green. In order for the picture to become a real decoration of the interior, its baguette, if possible, should correspond to the era and style of the plot of the image.

    The frame and embroidery match the style of the room.

    Embroidery does not match the style of the room

    Ways of hanging pictures

    Having available a sufficient number of paintings or reproductions, you always want them to occupy a worthy place in the interior of the house, making up the pride of the owners and delighting guests. Upgrading the exposure may be affected by an upcoming repair or moving to a new apartment. In this case, given its capabilities and taste, you should try to turn to the experience of designers who decorate famous museum halls and art galleries.

    One way to make the paintings look brighter and more original is to paint the walls before placing the exposure. If the paintings belong to the distant historical period, the walls are painted in colors that were popular in the era of the creation of paintings. This helps to recreate the atmosphere in which the artist created, and to better understand his ideas and intentions. Similarly, embroidery design frame, corresponding to the period of time reflected in the plot, helps to better appreciate the hard and painstaking work of the master.

    In order to maximize the sensation of the viewer to the time and place of the scenes depicted in the picture, the walls of the exhibition acquire the shade of the basic color scheme.

    Pictures of Italian artists of the Renaissance will look completely different if you place them on a wall painted in a light brown color of siena. This natural pigment was very popular with artists of the time.

    It happens that the artist himself determines what color of his paintings will look decent on the walls, and leaves this information for posterity, making an entry in his diary. As a variant of the design of the hall of the art gallery, the shade is to be taken as the main color of the walls, which is to some extent present in all the exhibited works. In the extreme case, if no other options are found, walls with cream, sand, gray tint are chosen for the design of the exposition.

    Embroidery on cream wall background

    In the case of home decor there is a fairly simple way to determine the background for hanging pictures.

    It is necessary to take a piece of cardboard that is larger than the picture along the entire perimeter of at least 10 cm. Then paint the cardboard in the intended color and attach a canvas to it.

    If you have any doubts, you can consult with a specialist and not one. Even professionals can be different in their opinions, because everyone has their own taste and their own understanding of the beautiful.

    If the room is not supposed to be repaired, but I really want to hang out the paintings, then it is better to select those that will look good on this wall for the demonstration. As an option, select those paintings, in the colors of which a little bit, but there will be a wall color. You can choose a different principle. Dark walls will be well revived by bright colorful canvases, and if the walls are light, then dull dim pictures will look on them advantageously. The only color range that will look perfect on almost any walls is black and white. Therefore, the color of the wall does not play any role in placing black and white photographs.

    In case of a successful decision in combination of the picture with the baguette and the color of the wall, you will receive an original interior decoration that will be one of a kind.

    The use of different types of embroidery in home improvement

    In interior design, you can use almost all types of embroidery, but it is important to compare the history of needlework and design style of the home. For example, cross-stitch is more suitable for country, Provence, rustic. Most often it is used to decorate household items (towels, tablecloths, napkins), but it is permissible to embroider panels and paintings with a cross.

    Embroidery in satin with the use of expensive gold and silk threads will fit into luxurious styles. As the basis you need to choose the appropriate fabric - silk, velvet, satin. The surface looks beautiful on bed linen, bedspreads, pillows.

    Embroidery satin ribbons - a relatively new way, so it is most appropriate to apply in interiors without clear edges and attachment to eras. Such decor will fit into modern styles, eclecticism, romantic trends, as the works are very gentle and airy.

    Beads are another method by which they create paintings, icons, panels, sofa cushions and other home decor.

    In addition to the traditional techniques, there are new directions - embroidery on wood, textile wallpaper, furniture. For large items often use the machine method - it is fast, nice and neat.

    Where to find a place for embroidery in a modern interior

    You can decorate with embroidery the interior of almost every corner in a modern house, but most of all this decor is appropriate in rooms that need special comfort - a bedroom, living room, dining room and kitchen, where they not only cook, but also gather for family dinners.

    Suitable for decorating any home textile:

    • curtains
    • tablecloths
    • cushions,
    • chair covers
    • bedspreads
    • napkins,
    • lampshades,
    • towels
    • floor mats
    • bathrobes and sauna accessories,
    • kitchen potholders and aprons.

    But you should not be limited only to household items, embroidered pictures look very nice. The use of embroidery to create paintings can not be called a new direction in the interior, as the embroidery of portraits was practiced for a long time. But if it used to take a few years to have one job, today with the help of special machines you can get a big picture or a family portrait in a few days.

    Family logo - an affordable way to make the interior unique

    We will not be cunning, manual and even machine work is expensive, and not everyone can afford to buy a luxurious embroidered curtain, bedspread or picture. If you are not ready for big expenses yet, pay attention to a little artful, but original way of giving individuality to ordinary things and household items.

    It is not necessary to embroider a full-fledged thing, you can embroider a small logo, for example, a family sign. Create your own coat of arms and decorate them with curtains and a bedspread in the bedroom, a tablecloth in the kitchen, curtains and sofa cushions in the living room, room slippers and a rug in the hallway. Complement the family with a recognizable symbol of kitchen napkins, towels, bathrobes and other home clothes.

    Decoration family coat of arms - inexpensive pleasure, it can be ordered in companies that provide services for embroidery of logos and emblems. For example, in the company "Uniol", engaged in this direction for more than 10 years. Here you can not only embroider a logo, but also sew a product.

    Little trick - With the help of the family logo, you can link together items purchased at different times, made from different materials. This simple and inexpensive method increases the status of the most ordinary thing and makes it much more expensive in the eyes of guests. An ordinary tablecloth with a family coat of arms will become an exclusive item and even a relic inherited by inheritance.

    By the way, such things can be given to children and loved ones for a wedding, having thought out the emblem of their future family in advance. To make a gift to your liking, it is advisable to think together about the image, because the emblem will accompany all life and be passed on to other generations.

    Photo printing - an alternative to traditional embroidery

    Digital printing on fabric is an imitation and a modern alternative to embroidery that most appropriately looks in interiors with an ultra-modern design. Photo printing is ideal for decorating pillows, capes, bedspreads, curtains.

    Taking the images of the characters of your favorite cartoons and fairy-tale animals as a basis, you can create a real fairy-tale in the children's room by surrounding the child with recognizable characters.

    A very interesting idea - to replace the usual photo frames with photo printing pillows. If you value family history, transfer photos of your ancestors to pillow cases, and your favorite relatives will always be with you. You can also take new family photos each year and create a pillow based on them. Over the years, this decor will find great value.

    A pillow with a photo or wishes is a versatile and practical gift; a child and an elderly person will be delighted with it. Non-woven images applied with the help of modern technologies do not lose their brightness, are not afraid of washing and are absolutely safe.

    Of course, if you are a keen nature, then feel free to use the fruits of your creativity. Embroider for the beginning a small panel or picture with ribbons, a napkin or a cover for an album, a pillow for needles or a pillowcase.

    What is embroidery?

    The first products began to appear in primitive tribes. Our distant ancestors used various decorative stitches to decorate the skins of mammoth and other animals. The first attempts at embroidery symbolized the animals that the man tried to obtain during the hunt, as well as the simplest everyday scenes.

    However, civilization developed at a rapid pace, and soon rather convenient tools came to replace needles from bones. The art of embroidery was widely spread in the Ancient East. They were embroidered on linen and silk with the help of golden threads. Many nations practiced the art of embroidery on woolen fabrics and leather. These materials were much more accessible.

    Later appeared cotton fabric. Embroidery on them was done with hemp and natural hair threads. Pearls, precious stones, shells and beads were used as decorative elements.

    Types of embroidery

    Let's look at this in more detail. Before starting to consider how embroidery can be used in the interior of the apartment (photos of ready-made design solutions, it is worth noting, they are very attractive), it is worth describing its main types.

    Today you can find the following varieties:

    • cross-stitch,
    • chenille (thin cords)
    • satin stitch
    • semi-cross (tapestry),
    • Richelieu (openwork surface),
    • tapes
    • silk
    • silver threads
    • iznoityu
    • bugles
    • beading
    • application,
    • diamond,
    • parking method
    • sampled

    Each nation has its own unique methods of embroidery. For example, the Japanese make patterns on the fabric using the temari technique on soft balls. In Scandinavia, the wide-spread linen surface is widespread. In ancient Russia, in the territory of each region existed its own characteristic type of embroidery.

    Russian composition can be divided into two large varieties:

    • calculating (cross, merezhka, calculating smooth surface, slanting stitch, painting),
    • along the contour drawn (chained, stalked, Vladimir seam, oblique smooth surface, Russian smooth surface).

    The use of needlework in the modern interior

    In ancient times, embroidered products were mainly used as amulets. Today, embroidery in the interior of the apartment has a purely decorative purpose. It allows you to make the room more comfortable and homely. At the same time, with the help of embroidered products, the interior can be made strict and elegant.

    Embroidered products will look harmoniously in the following styles:

    Benefits

    Let's look at them in more detail. Embroidery in the interior today is used quite often.

    This decor option has many advantages, namely:

    1. A wide variety of options: different types of seams, any subjects and themes.
    2. Ease of manufacture: many beginners can even make many patterns and stitches.
    3. Versatility: embroidered products fit easily into almost any style of interior.
    4. Cheapness: decorating a room with embroidery can be done at minimal cost.
    5. Uniqueness: with some skills, decorative items are created, which are used to decorate any part of the house or apartment.

    Another unusual way by which embroidery can be placed in the interior is the acquisition of special furniture with facades for needlework. Such design objects can be decorated with any application. The plane of the facade has many holes, in which colored laces or threads are passed. The result is interesting patterns. Each family member can take part in interior design. Perforated elements are still used to decorate doorways, walls, screens and partitions. You can also use special panels made of felt as canvas.

    Where to place embroidered products?

    So what does this need to know? Embroidery in the interior can be placed in many ways. The main thing is that the elements do not violate the general style and look harmonious in the setting. For example, complex paintings embroidered with silk will look good in a classic interior, baroque and gothic styles. Яркие крупные изделия крестом подойдут для украшения интерьера в стиле кантри. В обстановку в этническом оформлении отлично впишутся работы с элементами древней русской вышивки в белых, черных и красных тонах.Abstract pictures can be used for interior decoration in the style of futurism and minimalism. The main thing - to ensure that the product remains clean and does not lose its beauty. Otherwise, the embroidery will look just inaccurate. It is undesirable to use many elements at once. Two three embroidered products is enough. If you want to place embroidered pictures on the walls, then think in advance if they will not merge with the wallpaper pattern. It is worth remembering that the subject of the images should correspond to the general style of the room. Large and bright canvases will look good only in a spacious room. In tight small rooms, it is better to give preference to small pictures.

    What should be the correct design of embroidery in the interior? Photos of ready-made solutions demonstrate that framing is an important element. For a room in a classic style, a picture in a framing frame will do. The interior of the loft will look good simple wooden frame, painted by hand. For premises in the hi-tech style, glass constructions are perfect. In the interior in the format of minimalism, you can do without a frame at all. It will be enough just to stretch the picture with embroidery on an iron or wooden base. In the Provence style, light frames look best.

    We use different types of applications

    Most often, embroidery is used to design such interior items as bedspreads, pillowcases, bed linen, covers, seat covers for chairs and armchairs, napkins and tablecloths. Also, embroidered items can be present on curtains, curtains, lamp shades and designer furniture.

    Bed and table linen, as a rule, is made out of monochromatic openwork elements in the rococo style. The laid on embroidered grids can be used for decoration of cushions and furniture fronts. Diamond embroidery in the interior look very original. It is made by laying out shiny elements in the form of a pattern. However, from a distance, such paintings look like those embroidered with a cross.

    Next, consider how you can use the elements of creativity for the design of various premises.

    Decorative art in the bedroom

    When making a room in question, embroidery will look harmonious on bedclothes and rugs. Tulle with embroidery in the bedroom interior also looks good. The main requirement is that the decorative elements fit into the overall style of the room. Embroidered blankets and pillows will give you comfort and warm you in the long winter evenings. Special harmony can be achieved if you combine patterns on pillows and bedspreads with ornaments on tulle and curtains. Bed linen is better to pick up in warm soothing colors. This will contribute to a better sleep. Experts recommend sticking to one-colored design, for example, white lace embroidery on white sheets. For dark bedrooms, it is preferable to use bed colors. In sunny rooms it is recommended to apply cold shades.

    Interlacing in the interior of the nursery

    The room for the child is usually decorated with images of favorite heroes of fairy tales and cartoons. The babe will surely be pleased with the lush and bright design of curtains, pillows and bedspreads. In the room for the girl will look good embroidery ribbons. Teen boys are better off picking up pictures of motorcycles, cars and all kinds of gadgets. Kids will enjoy bright, large applications with geometric shapes, words and letters. Be sure to consider the tastes and age of the child when decorating the interior.

    Kitchen decoration

    Cross-stitch in the interior of this room, as a rule, looks especially harmonious. These can be embroidered mittens, bread bags, curtains, kitchen towels and aprons. The main thing is that all elements combine with each other and be made in the same style. Pictures of fruits, vegetables, cutlery, ready-made dishes are perfect for decorating the kitchen. You can also arrange embroidery fragrant sachets.

    We decorate the living room

    Embroidered bedspreads, pillows, caskets, capes on furniture, and tulle with embroidery are perfect for decorating a room. Photos of the interior with such elements will help you choose the right combination. When combining a living room with embroidery dining you can arrange tablecloths and coasters for hot items. Also landscape scenes and a flower theme will well fit into an interior. If the living room space allows, you can create a triptych - the design of one of the walls with paintings, united by a single plot. Images of various sizes should be grouped side by side, the largest picture is recommended to be placed in the center.

    Embroidery in the hallway

    The first place where every guest arriving in your house is is the corridor. Here will look good key keepers and hangers, decorated with embroidery. Also small panels with floral ornaments will perfectly fit into the decoration of the hall.

    Cross-stitching in the interior of the hallway can visually make the space more open and bright. For example, a picture of a window will help to visually expand the room.

    Conclusion

    In this review, we discussed in detail how embroidery can be used in the interior, how to combine such decorative elements with each other correctly. The main thing - to decide on the style and color. If you follow the above recommendations, you can easily design your house with embroidery. Do not be afraid to experiment with the design of your apartment. Create all conditions for a comfortable stay.

    About embroidery

    The history of embroidery, presumably, began in primitive tribes, when a distant ancestor of man fastened several details of the skin of a mammoth, the veins of an animal, with a needle from his own bones. Thus, the first stitches with which these very skins were decorated were appeared. Probably, the first attempts at embroidery symbolized the animals that the person wanted to hunt, as well as the simplest household items.

    Civilization was rapidly developing - replaced by ox-veins, bone needles came more convenient tools and materials. The art of color embroidery was widely spread in the Ancient East - it was made on linen, silk fabrics with silk, paper, gold threads. Many peoples also practiced embroidery with woolen threads on woolen fabrics, leather, because they were the most accessible. Later cotton fabrics, threads were invented, hemp, natural hair threads were used, and shells, pearls, precious stones, beads, various coins, bugles were used as decor.

    Types of embroidery, there are many:

    • cross
    • chenille - thin laces
    • satin stitch
    • Richelieu - openwork smooth surface
    • semi-cross - tapestry sewing,
    • silk
    • tapes
    • gold, silver threads
    • iznoityu
    • beads, glass beads,
    • Oryol list,
    • application,
    • sampled
    • parking method
    • diamond, etc.

    Each nation has its own unique embroidery techniques: the Japanese embroider on soft balls using the temari technique, in Scandinavia there was a popular underwear, a smooth surface, in the territory of Ancient Russia there was a different way of embroidery in each region. All Russian embroidery was divided into a countable (cross, countable surface, slanting stitch, hemstitch, painting, etc.) and along the contour drawn (stalked, chain, Russian smooth surface, slanting surface, Vladimir seam, etc.).

    Embroidery in modern interior

    If in ancient times embroidery was used mainly as a talisman, then in the modern world its value is predominantly decorative. She makes the room "home", creating comfort. Embroidery is able to make the interior very nice or elegant, strict.
    Interior styles, organically decorated with embroidery:

    • ethnic,
    • Provence
    • classical,
    • baroque,
    • minimalism,
    • loft,
    • country music
    • art believe
    • high tech,
    • futurism,
    • Art Deco,
    • Empire

    In interior design, designers use it more and more often, because this option of decoration has various advantages:

    • a large variety of options - these are different types of seams, almost any subject, plots,
    • ease of manufacture - many seams, patterns, even under the newcomers can do, creating something new, beautiful,
    • universality - the embroidered elements will perfectly fit into any interior style,
    • low cost - to slightly upgrade, improve the room, you will need a minimum investment,
    • with certain skills, uniquely beautiful decor items are created, which are used in any room of the apartment.

    An interesting idea is to purchase furniture with facades for embroidery - such items are decorated with embroidery on their own. A lot of special holes are made in the plane of the facade, through which colored threads or laces are passed - this is how the pattern turns out. Occupation will be interesting to each family member, especially children. Interactive facades for walls are made of metal, plastic, wood, representing a fine lattice. Walls, doorways, partitions, and sliding screens are decorated with such perforated parts. Many companies also implement panels for embroidery from felt - you can fix them anywhere.

    Rules for the placement of embroidered products

    There are many ways of placement - the main thing is that the embroidered elements do not violate the general style of the room, do not create disharmony. Sophisticated paintings embroidered with thin silk threads are suitable for classic interiors, baroque, gothic, neoclassical styles. Large bright cross-stitch, decorate the country interior. Combinations of black, white, red - a house decorated in the Slavic ethnic style, abstract images - modern, minimalism, futurism.

    It is important to carefully ensure that the product always remains clean, otherwise it will lose its beauty, it will look sloppy. It is not desirable to use many elements at the same time - two or three different ones are enough. If the embroidered items are placed on the walls, then the wallpaper should be chosen so that they do not merge with the pattern. The subject of the images should correspond to the purpose of the room. In spacious rooms place large, bright canvases, in close - smaller ones.

    Framing pictures

    The embroidered picture is most often made with a frame frame - if the style of the room is classic. For a loft style, a simple frame painted by hand, mostly wooden, will do. The frame of glass will perfectly fit into the high-tech room, for the industrial room - a frame woven from wire or assembled from an iron constructor, and on top painted with cans of colored inks.

    For minimalism, the frame is not needed - the picture-embroidery is simply stretched onto a wooden or iron base. Provence style will like the soft frame of light colors - it can be embroidered, framing a drawn picture, photo. For the modern style, the fabric frame is decorated with buttons.

    The use of different types of embroidery in interior design

    The following items are decorated with embroidery most often:

    • pillowcases for pillows, bedspreads, bed linen,
    • covers for stools, capes for armchairs, chairs,
    • tablecloths, napkins, towels,
    • curtains, curtains,
    • floor mats
    • lampshades for lamps,
    • paintings, icons,
    • author's home-made furniture.

    Bright pictures are embroidered with satin stitch, including one-sided, cross, semi-cross, Bulgarian cross, ribbons. Table, bed linen often has openwork monochrome elements, rococo and Christmas trees. Diamond is not embroidery as such - it is made by laying out of shiny details, but from a distance it looks like it was embroidered with a cross. The laid on embroidered grids will decorate furniture facades, cushions. The stalked one, the forward needle, the flip-flop, the chain-link, the goat, the tops - they are all used in decorating various objects.

    In the bedroom, embroidery will be located on plaids, bedding, curtains, pillows. The main thing - it should fit harmoniously into the interior. Embroidered blankets will give comfort, warm long winter evenings. Patterns on the curtains should match the tone of the furniture, bedspreads, not knocking out of the overall style. Bedding is done in soothing colors that most contribute to falling asleep - pink, light green, violet. The overall design is recommended monochrome - for example, openwork embroidery white on white.

    Warm colors are preferable for bedrooms in which the sun rarely glances. For the "southern" rooms fit any cool shades.

    The room for children is decorated with embroidery with images of their favorite cartoon characters. A neat nightlight with a lampshade with a picture of little animals will delight the kid. The lush design of pillows, curtains, bedspreads in delicate tones will appeal to a romantic girl over ten years old, a black and white, blue and red picture of cars, motorcycles, gadgets, animals will suit a teenage boy. Very young children will enjoy a variety of bright embroidery, todler kids - geometric shapes, letters, numbers, words. Embroidered toys, baskets for them, will appeal to children of any age.

    When making a child’s room, his opinion should also be taken into account - perhaps he will also take a strong part in decorating the interior.

    In the design of the kitchen

    A wooden towel rail with special perforations and hooks is easily decorated with an embroidered ornament. Work apron, mittens, gloves, linen bags for bread, kitchen towels, curtains - all this should be a single ensemble, go well with each other in color. Here are usually depicted:

    • vegetables fruits,
    • cutlery,
    • coffee pairs
    • ready meals
    • fireplace, hearth, stove.

    Textile bags with embroidery will beautifully fit into the overall design - they usually contain fragrant herbs, spices, nuts, seeds. Warm shades raise the appetite, cold ones reduce it.

    In the living room

    For the living room ideally suited for flowers, pillows, jewelry boxes, a few rugs or capes on the furniture. In the studio apartment, the living room is separated from the bedroom by a wooden or plastic partition-grid, the pattern on which can be changed at least every weekend. The curtains decorated with openwork merezh look good. If the dining area is located here, then an embroidered tablecloth, coasters for hot items will be very useful. The most common themes are a fruit vase, a bunch of flowers, a forest path, a sea sunset. Lovers create original diptychs and triptychs - the design of one wall with two or three paintings, united by a common plot.

    If there are a lot of embroidered paintings in the room, they are the same size, then they should be hung on the same level. Images of different sizes, shapes have groups, the largest - in the center.

    In the hall

    Corridor - the first place that sees everyone who came into the house. Here are the embroidered greetings, elegant hangers, key holders, decorated with embroidery. Several small panels with floral ornaments will perfectly fit into the general decoration of the hall. If there are no windows in the hallway, a picture of a miniature window with a beautiful view from it will visually expand the room slightly. The thick curtains embroidered with fantastic plots can separate the hallway from the living room in a studio apartment or be located in one or several doorways. Embroidered souvenirs are placed on the shelves, and a convenient textile organizer with embroidery is suitable for storing hairbrushes and small cosmetic accessories.

    Embroidered images of bathing children, adults under a waterfall, seashells, the underwater world, sailboats, motor ships are appropriate in the bathroom. Usually so decorated with bath towels, bathrobes. Diamond embroidery is placed on one of the walls, decorated with a plastic frame.

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