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Frazier fur greens are always a beautiful little touch to any mantel. After hanging the greens. I often feel the need to add a little red in there. So I will either get some of those little red balls or berries or whatever they are to get a little substance in with that greenness. Besides the little berries. I also may try a classic red bow or ribbon. Add a few candles and the mantel looks very festive and attractive.
Mirrors. Use large mirrors over the fireplace. They reflect the light from the room. They make the room look larger than what it actually is. If you live in a small apartment. that`s a great technique to use.
Floor - oriental rugs proved hugely popular during the Georgian period. they were often elaborate and opulent in design. There are many high quality reproductions which follow the original designs and will offer all the practicality of more modern rugs but with the appearance of the authentic antique.
Colours - the colours used in the Georgian periods tends to fall into two different groups. The earlier period tended to focus on stronger shades like burgundy. sage green or blue grey. They tend to use the colours to fill entire walls. so though they might be a little overpowering for modern tastes. As the period progressed the colours tended to mellow with pea greens. sky or Wedgwood blues. These colours too were used liberally and can help your Georgian fireplace seem more at home.