Special and curious, this is how you can define a purely classical room.
Although the armchairs, the central and lateral tables and the dining set are classic, the handling given to other elements, such as walls and some decorative accents, are not.
Some architects tell us that generally a purely classical decoration is identified by the use of wood in most of its elements and carved furniture, very elaborate, in noble woods.
In addition, for the use of printed fabrics in floral, striped or fruit finishes (usually in cloths or velvets), as well as the use of accessories in porcelain, plants, flowers or other types of history objects.
Even trying to create a classic environment, in question to be confused, you can mix elements of lighting and some details that are modern.
Some smooth carpentry, without details; the walls have no texture; there are no large curtains, and the vases on the coffee table are elements that have to be highlighted in these styles.
You can also take into account modern elements and try to make a mix between the classics and these, in order to create a more personalized and with a better taste.
In addition, some decorations and styles, are called eclectic, since not all its elements follow the same line of decoration and together make some rooms have a touch of sobriety and elegance.