You may not see it right now, but your historic home may actually have some old-world finesse that can be contrasted, with wonderful success, with the modern accents you want to employ. Structural beams, window and door frames, crown molding, and other remnants can be refinished and showcased for their classic elegance even in the presence of modern furnishings. Painting, stripping, refinishing, and replacing hardware are all activities that will be at the top of your list to modernize an old home interior.
Provides cost effectiveness: The traditional furniture are mostly made of wood while a variety of materials like steel, plywood, leather and plastics are used to make modern furniture. This variety of materials also provides variety in prices. Traditional wooden table will always cost you more than the modern table made of plastic. This brings the cost effectiveness into play while serving the same purpose.