A guide to choosing furniture and decor for your casual home.
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As the word "casual" suggests, these spaces are designed for relaxed lifestyles, like living in the country or on the waterfront. From craftsman to cottage to coastal, casual furniture designs vary greatly, but the common thread is that they are always inviting—after all, who doesn't love soft fabrics and over-stuffed seat cushions?
As a reflection of the simple life, casual furniture is usually rustic in nature. Painted and natural finishes are well suited for this style, and you don't have to choose just one. Two-toned furniture designs that include both natural and painted finishes are immensely popular in casual decor.
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Being practical is a priority here, so a few nicks and dents are a welcome addition. Where others see flaws, casual decorators see furniture with character.
How to Identify Casual Style
• Distressed finishes
• Light or painted woods
• Natural inspiration
• Approachable design
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The Casual Way
Casual rooms are never too fussy, but they still rely on careful use of accessories to set just the right tone. More often than not, these are inspired by nature. Organic-themed accents often feel homey and humble—fitting for this style. From flowers to roosters to seashells, Mother Nature offers a bounty of inspiration for casual decorators to draw on.