Category: Decorating Guides

DIY Vintage Kitchen Decor

The small things make the biggest difference in a customized vintage kitchen. An authentic vintage kitchen, over time, would inherit accents, accessories and fixes which were distinctive and one-of-a-kind. Make your very own clever decor items — which each have an individual postage — using cast-offs, recycled cookware and unexpected juxtapositions to function functional as […]

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Antique Sewing Machines: Tailor Made for Nostalgic Decor

My maternal grandmother, Nana, would have been 100 years old this season if she had been still with us. She was a master carpeting sewer before the late 1960s. A few years after retiring from the trade, she began having grandchildren, and her lifelong sewing skills were transferred into an yearly tradition of making us […]

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'Soft Modern' Style Offers Best of Both Worlds

Defined by right lines, neutral colors and minimal ornamentation, modern style can split a bunch in two. Some adopt the style and can’t envision their environments with no. Others believe it cold and need nothing to do with it. A modern aesthetic can even define a lifestyle, with its strict no-clutter policy. That is the […]

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Our 15 Favourite Royal Wedding Memorabilia

The media craze of the wedding is beginning to feel silly in the event that you are anything like me. It is extremely difficult to start the tv or open a magazine without seeing scandal or some spin on Kate and Will. Even with the fixation that is public, I’ve to confess that never ending […]

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Rust for All Seasons

As we leave behind sprint and a cold temperatures into springtime, we’re usually quick to wipe away all hints of the last season, particularly in our house’s decor. Warmer colors like persimmon and rust immediately get the boot in trade for colors and pastels. A layout dilemma of my own prompted this ideabook: I am […]

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