The term Shabby chic one should interpret as follows: something "shabby", considered as something "chic". However, this meaning should not confuse you, if You one Shabby Chic Garden want to design. Shabby Chic simply simulates an imperfect beauty. The typical signs of use are rather nostalgic and give the Shabby Chic furniture a romantic vintage flair. Anyone who has a passion for old, rustic furniture and decoration for the garden is right here.
Shabby Chic Garden: Metal buckets, embellished with floral prints
The shabby chic colors are chalk white, pastel pink and light blue. Only pieces of furniture made of natural materials such as wood, lead glass and cast iron are suitable for this style. In order to design a Shabby Chic garden, you do not necessarily need to look for specialized shops. Many vintage items can be purchased at a flea market or retail store. With watering cans, plant pots, metal pails and a little craftsmanship you can also create original garden designs yourself. And even very inexpensive! Here are some garden design ideas for your Shabby Chic inspiration.
If you want to turn an old piece of furniture into a beautiful Shabby Chic piece of jewelry, you can watch this video.
The flowering potted plants can beautifully beautify your Shabby Chic garden!
Shabby Chic Garden - beautiful eye-catcher with history
Old furniture in shabby chic is bright, often painted white
Shabby Chic Garden: Really old or simply antique made?
Some lightweight DIY decoration: Bring vintage and shabby chic together
Arrange picture frames and photos
The cosiness of the old garden decoration
Something rusty vintage bike and beautiful flowers that make great contrasts
Shabby Chic Garden for the people who love the nostalgic things
Enjoy the aura of old favorites!
Another great garden design with the vintage bike.
In the Shabby Chic garden prevail peace and security
Shabby Chic style shows the beauty and magic of ordinary and everyday things
Vintage floral pattern in pastel colors
Just do not throw away the metal watering can and old buckets!
Shabby Chic ideas for a seating area in the garden
Shabby Chic Trends - bleached textiles and peeling paint