The Bilderrahmen is one of the most stylish homes in Austria. This tiny castle on the Zentenland takes inspiration from both Shaker and French architecture, with a very modern minimalist chic style to it. This small home is located just near the city of Wachau, in a rural region of Austria. The main inspiration of this house is the “Beltway Beds,” which runs along the border of Lower Austria and Germany. These majestic bed frames are made from uneven wood that was once part of a wooden railway line that connected Europe and Asia. Today, the beds are still hand carved and may no longer be used as the original inspiration for this home.
The interior of the Bilderrahmen shabby chic palace features a very clean and uncluttered look. There is no clutter or excess furniture, as such. Everything is in place and functional. In keeping with the minimalist look of the interior, the floor covering, especially the tiles, are simple and elegant. There are also some interesting choices in lighting and wall hangings.
The three-story building has two reception areas and three rooms. The design of the building includes flat floors. The rooms are decorated in a shabby chic style, focusing more on the textures and fabrics rather than the colors. The Bilderrahmen shabby chic home decor consists mostly of rich textured wallpapers, such as berber, velvet, olefin, velvet and chenille. For the walls, the choice of wallpaper involves floral, fruit, scene, wallpaper borders, leaf, mosaic, rugs, metal art, wallpaper borders and stripes.
The term Bilderrahmen shabby chic comes from the phrase “Bilderrahmen,” which translates to “baroque.” This type of design is characterized by a mixture of vintage charm and modern sophistication. Some characteristic features of this shabby chic style include chipped wood and cobblestone floors, worn wood shutters, and a lack of ornamentation or stylized furnishings. Due to the country-style ambiance and the minimalistic style of the interior design, many people have termed the Bilderrahmen a “cottage feel” home. Some features of the shabby chic style include a mountain theme with wooden shutters on the windows and doors.
The three-story building features a large dining room that is separated into two rooms. The formal dining area has a wide expanse of stained glass windows, exposed brick walls, and exposed wood ceilings. The formal dining area also has a hutch area that contains a rack for stools and coffee tables. The hutch has a chimney that can be covered with a felt draped canopy. The shabby chic foyer has a row of shelves that contain different knickknacks and small sculptures; some of which are antiques.
The four-shelf bed is made of wood, painted white, and has a low, tapered headboard. The bed features a drawer under the mattress. One of the zzgl fotorahmen desk lamps is mounted on the wall behind the bed. The shabby chic vintage shabby chic fotorahmen desk lamp has a dimmer switch with a remote control. The lighting fixture is composed of a metal base and three lampshades. The lampshade changes color depending upon the color of the room.
The shabby chic furniture collection consists of four chairs, a table and a chair that sit on a raised platform at the back of the room. Each chair has a metal foot rest and a back rest with zzgl earrings attached. The shabby chic vintage deko fotorahmen chair has a zip glow underneath the chair. The table has a wooden top and a mesh window. The shabby chic furniture collection also contains a ceramic table and a ceramic chair.
Bierrahmen shabby chic furniture are made from different types of wood. They can be found in cherry, rosewood, and mahogany. Some are in terracotta or clay. The shabby chic furniture has been decorated with enamel, gold leaf, silver lace, pearls, crystals, glass, bronze, and other artful design elements. This frod is made by many talented craftsman in Bierrahmen, Germany.