The romantic style is something that has returned to interior style and has taken a modern interpretation to it. But exactly what is it? Well, romanticism is a style in art, literature, and music that originated in Europe between 1800 and 1850. Think of artists like Casper David Friedrich, Thomas Lawrence, and Johan Christian Dahl. But how does it work in interior design?
Most of romantic art revolves around cool colors and a solid base—no bold prints or colors. The Profiles Silk Plum would be the best option because of its cool tones, but slightly darker version of purple. Add neutral pieces—end tables, chairs, etc.—in traditional, clean styles. Stick to shades of gray and white to compliment the purple duvet. Further this by adding small amounts of black accents—lamps, frames, and pillows—to provide more depth to the colors and space.
To make a strong and committed effort to romanticism, add elements from the artwork—flowers (like white roses) to side tables, rugs in plain white, silver framed mirrors, or even modern interpretations of romantic art. All of this will create a cohesive look and a modern interpretation of romantic interior design.