What are the characteristics of Chinese pastoral s

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Different from the traditional Chinese style, the Chinese rural style decoration perfectly integrates the two representative elements, focusing on the pursuit of natural beauty and the return to the most simple rural life. So what are the characteristics of the so-called Chinese pastoral style? The following editor will introduce this style in detail, and let you know more about this style in combination with the effect picture display

characteristics of Chinese pastoral style:

1. Use of color

Chinese pastoral style in the use of color, many Chinese pastoral styles will choose wood, stone, rattan, bamboo, etc. as far as possible for decoration, and then match it with green potted plants, porcelain, etc., which makes the overall feeling more natural

2. Plant use

discards the stereotype and invariance of the traditional Chinese style. In the Chinese pastoral style, we can see the use of many plants, such as evergreen, carpet Begonia, green pineapple, fortune tree, etc., distributed in all corners of the room, forming a sense of hierarchy, making people more harmonious with nature

3. Furniture features

the Chinese pastoral style also has a very obvious feature that it dares to try new colors. It not only has the texture of classical furniture, but also has the natural furniture with a variety of colors such as red, green and blue. The two are placed together, beautiful but not rigid, clever and not messy

4. Interior layout

Chinese pastoral style is to remove redundant carvings in the aspects of interior layout, line shape, tone and the shape of furniture and furnishings, and integrate the comfort and nature of modern rural areas to make it more layered

[display of Chinese rural style decoration effect drawing]

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