Roman Greek Empire Style

For more than a thousand years, the ancient Romans, Greeks had an eye for highly sophisticated architectural and decorative art forms that are widely admired today. Amazing frescoes, and stunning mosaics have been found in the ruins at Pompeii, Herculaneum, and in Rome itself. The excavations of Pompeii and Herculaneum in the 1800s had a huge impact on the decoration of various palaces in Naples, Venice and Milan. The ancient styles of stone, and marble, and outstanding art is often the key elements to these ancient styles.

The key to this decorating style is layering ornate details. Any person would be daunted with where to begin such a complex style, and where you want to begin is with one element that you love. Possibly you have a floor tile you are working in your design or it may be a particular vase you have been holding on to. Begin with one element and draw inspiration from that element with supportive colors and design in other pieces. You want to begin designing the bare room without the furnishings. Consider a pattern on the floors, and possibly some faux work on the walls. A stone, or venetian plaster would be fabulous. If you have a complex mural in mind, consider purchasing a overhead projector for a complex pattern you can trace and paint on the walls. The second stage of decorating your room is adding the furnishings, the vases, the throw pillows and the overall furniture to the room. Adding patterns in your fabrics will pull together your entire room. The key is to work in your favorite colors, and it is guaranteed to work.

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Marble Floors at Medina Jumeirah

Photography by David O. Marlow 6

Photography by David O. Marlow

Photography by Mary E. Nichols

Empire Style Neoclassical, Roman Greek Inspiration Photography by Mary E. Nichols

Mary McDonald 4

Neoclassical Style Mary McDonald

Orloff's farmhouse Country Living

Orloff's farmhouse Country Living

Mudricks Photostream (2)

Empire Styling Mudricks Photostream

Photography by David O. Marlow

Empire Desk - Photography by David O. Marlow

Interior Design by Juan Pablo Molyneux 3

Interior Design by Juan Pablo Molyneux

Interior Design by Laura Hunt Prints

Empire Decorating Ideas- Interior Design by Laura Hunt Prints

Interior Design by Sandra Nunnerley 3

Empire Decorating Ideas - Neoclassical Roman Empire Inspiration Interior Design by Sandra Nunnerley

Photography by David O. Marlow 3

Empire Table - Photography by David O. Marlow

Interior Design by Sandra Nunnerley

Empire Table Interior Design by Sandra Nunnerley

Mary McDonald

Neoclassical Style - Mary McDonald

Photography by Mary E. Nichols 2

Empire Bed - Photography by Mary E. Nichols

New York Social Diary

New York Social Diary Empire Chairs

Mary McDonald 3

Neoclassical Decorating Mary McDonald

Mary McDonald 2

Neoclassical Decorating Mary McDonald

Interior Design by Juan Pablo Molyneux

Empire Decorating Interior Design by Juan Pablo Molyneux

Interior Design by Juan Pablo Molyneux

Interior Design by Juan Pablo Molyneux

Roman Greek Empire Style Interior Design by Juan Pablo Molyneux

Architecture by William Hodgins 4

Neoclassical Decorating by William Hodgins

Architecture by William Hodgins

Neoclassical Decorating by William Hodgins

Architectural Design by Peter Napolitano Interior Design by Thomas Britt

Empire Style Architectural Design by Peter Napolitano Interior Design by Thomas Britt

Empire Style Architectural Design by Peter Napolitano Interior Design by Thomas Britt

Architectural Design by Peter Napolitano Interior Design by Thomas Britt 3

Architectural Design by Peter Napolitano Interior Design by Thomas Britt

Architectural Design by Peter Napolitano Interior Design by Thomas Britt2

Architectural Design by Peter Napolitano Interior Design by Thomas Britt

Photocredit TinyPic

Roman Greek Empire Style Photocredit TinyPic

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