Fluted detailing is an architectural feature that has been around for centuries. Originally used in classical architecture, fluting is a design element that can be added to almost any type of structure to add visual interest and character. While it can be used on both the interior and exterior of a home, fluting is most often seen on doorways and window frames. Whether you choose to feature it on the exterior or interior of your property, there are plenty of inspiring ways to style your home with fluted detailing. Whether you choose to use it on furniture, walls, or ceilings, fluting can add an elegant touch that will elevate the look of any space. Here are twelve inspiring ways to use fluted detailing in your home. Enjoy!
1. Classical Fluted Accent Wall
In this idea, we will make a classical dining area with fluted detailing on the walls. The fluting will be done in a light cream color to match the area rug and furniture. For the dining table, we recommend a rectangular table with fluted legs and a dark wood finish. To complete the look, add some simple yet elegant decor items such as white pillar candles and fluted vases. Once all set, define the space with area rugs to flatter the fluting and add a touch of sophistication.
2. Fluted Sofa In A Contemporary Living Room
This next example is for all you contemporary lovers out there. In this living room, we used a fluted sofa with clean lines and added some fun pillows for extra comfort and style. The coffee table is also fluted and has a glass top to keep the space feeling open and airy. For the walls, we kept them light and bright with a white paint color. To finish off the space, we added some fluted lamps on either side of the sofa.
3. Fluted Dresser In A Traditional Bedroom
This example is for all you traditionalists out there. We used a fluted dresser in a bedroom and paired it with some fluted lamps on either side. To make the fluting stand out, the walls are painted a rich, deep blue color. To finish off the space, we added some gold accents in the form of picture frames and a vase of flowers. A metallic gold organizer would also look great with this fluted furniture.
4. Fluted Chair In A Modern Living Room
This is a great example of how you can take a traditional fluted chair and incorporate it into a modern living room. We kept the walls white to keep the space feeling bright and airy. To add some interest, we used a geometric print area rug and some fluted lamps. We also hung a fluted mirror above the fireplace. You can surround your fluted chair with other fluted furniture pieces or mix and match with other styles.
5. Fluted Bed Headboard In A Rustic Bedroom
For a rustic fluted look, we used a fluted headboard as the focal point of the space. We paired it with some distressed nightstands and an upholstered headboard. To finish off the look, we added some fluted sconces and a fluted table lamp. Besides these, keep the decor fluted; you could also add in some other fluted pieces like vases or candlesticks.
6. Fluted Pink Wall In A Bedroom
This fluted pink wall is the perfect addition to this bedroom. The soft, feminine colors of the room are complemented by the fluting on the wall. A light pink area rug and white bedding complete the look. If one wall is fluted in pink color, then you might want other walls fluted too. You can flute all your walls or flute one wall as an accent. To keep things minimal, keep your bed frame and side tables simple with clean lines.
7. Fluted Table In A Dining Room
This fluted table is the perfect addition to this dining room. The dark wood of the table contrasts beautifully with the light walls and white chairs. We used a green vase on the table to add a little color. We have chosen dark wood so that it doesn’t clash with the fluting. This fluted table would also look great in a living room or bedroom.
8. White Fluted Walls With Velvety Brown Couch
This fluted wall is the perfect backdrop for this velvety brown couch. The fluting adds texture and interest to the space. We added a few green plants to bring some life into the room. This fluted wall would also look great with white or cream furniture. You can add neutral beige rugs and pillows to complete the look. This neutral and white fluted wall is the perfect backdrop for any color scheme. The velvety brown couch pops against the fluted wall and brings a sense of sophistication to the space.
9. Fluted Cream Walls With Blue Accents
This fluted cream wall is the perfect backdrop for this blue and white living room. The fluting adds texture and interest to the space. We added a few green plants to bring some life into the room. You can also add different color accents to complete the look. This fluted wall would also look great with other colors such as pink, purple, or yellow.
10. Fluted Gray Walls With Yellow Accents
This fluted gray wall is the ideal setting for this yellow and gray living room. The fluting smooth gray adds consistency and appeal to the space. To add a touch of fun, we used a yellow area rug and yellow pillows. You could also use other colors such as green or blue to complete the look. One gray fluted wall can be the perfect addition to any room.
11. Fluted Beige Walls With Blue Accents
This blue and white living room is highlighted by this fluted beige wall. The fluting adds a touch of elegance to the space. To add a pop of color, we used a blue area rug and blue pillows. The beige color complements the blue nicely. You could also use other colors such as green or yellow to complete the look. One fluted beige wall can be the perfect addition to any room.
12. Fluted Kitchen Cabinets And Island
This kitchen features fluted cabinets and a fluted island. The fluting adds a touch of elegance to the space. To add a pop of color, we used green counter stools and a green rug. The green color complements the fluted cabinets nicely. You could also use other colors such as blue or yellow to complete the look.
Fluted detailing is a great way to add interest and elegance to your home. There are many ways to incorporate fluted detailing into your home. Use fluted furniture, area rugs, wall color, decor items, etc., to be used with different fluted decor styles. If you’re looking for a low-cost rug, RugKnots has a lot of fluted options to select from. Customers can buy multiple items at a time. Customers get free delivery and a 30-day exchange policy. So, what are you waiting for? Get started on fluting your home today! Thanks for reading! I hope you enjoyed this post. If you have anything to ask or comments, please do not hesitate to share them with me. I’d love to hear from you! Bye for now, until we meet again!
Leave a Reply