Lush colors, rich textures, and details such as beading, mirror insets, pom-pom trim, and metallic thread are hallmarks of gypsy decorating. Gypsy decorating look borrows the boldest and most dazzling styles from around the world. Gypsy decorating generally includes bohemian, Moroccan, Indian, hippie, vintage or beatnik influence, or some combination of the above. If you want to create a Gypsy look in your house, then here are some gypsy decorating ideas for you. Fist idea, jewel tones are essential to the gypsy decorating style. Jewel tones are bright colours with high saturation like turquoise, ruby, sapphire, amber, emerald and amethyst. Create a rich setting with velvety, textured fabrics and colourful brocade. Don’t worry about matching your fabrics; an eclectic variety is key. Layer multiple types of fabric draped over a rod for window treatments. Hang lengths of fabric from the ceiling and tie loose knots in them halfway down to divide a room or surround furniture. Fabric ornamented with lace, fringe or trim can also be used in gypsy decor. Cover the floors with antique, Persian or other intricately patterned rugs.
You can adding a variety of eclectic accessories in gypsy decorating. Arrange clusters of coloured or antique glass jars, bottles and vases on trays and place lace coverings on top of dressers, chests and shelves. Hang chandeliers, silk or paper globe lanterns, and punched tin or ornate glass pendant lights. String lights liberally across the room. Add colourful prayer flags, Indian- or Eastern-inspired art and ornamental mirrors with artistic metal or mosaic