Summer is slowly coming to an end. As the weather cools down and the leaves change color, you'll start pulling out the things that make your home feel extra warm and cozy.
Minimalism is still incredibly popular in many American homes. Unfortunately, decluttering means you'll need to spend some time seriously thinking about what you need and use in your space.
Vintage furniture is considered special to many Americans because each piece has its own story to tell. By adding a vintage piece to your home, you immediately immerse character and charm into your space.
When it comes to decorating your space, sometimes it's the small choices you make that can add up and make the biggest impact. For those who live in an apartment or home that has some unsightly quirks, decorating your space can be an empowering moment for you.
Winter is just around the corner and many folks are already changing out their home decor to bring in more relaxing, cozy vibes. But once winter settles in for a five-month stay, those dark colors could slowly kill your mood.
Vintage furniture is popular among U.S. consumers. Around 57% of those surveyed by Furniture Today expressed a preference for vintage pieces. However, it's not always easy to find the right match between a vintage theme or furniture piece you love and the existing layout of your modernized space. But with some creativity and flair, anything becomes possible in the ever-expanding world of interior design. Here's what homeowners should know about matching vintage decor in their modernized space.
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