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They say style works in cycles — what was old becomes new again — and though that's usually said about fashion and clothing, we've found the saying has proven to be true in the home decor and interior design industry, too. Industrial design is coming back, and this growing trend could be just what you're looking for as you take on your latest design and renovation endeavors.What is industrial interior design? Just as its name implies, indus… Read more
What is Boho Farmhouse Design? In the last few years, farmhouse design gained popularity for its comfortable, simple look and natural elements like plants and exposed wood. The style gives off a relaxed vibe that feels like a farmhouse in the country. Recently there is a new variation of farmhouse style called boho farmhouse. Traditional farmhouse design incorporates a mix of neutral colors and soft fabrics but when creating a boho f… Read more
If you’ve ever found yourself appreciating the “lived-in look” you see in magazines or friends’ houses, then you may appreciate the shabby chic interior design style. This style creates comforting spaces filled with a sense of history. They feature furniture and decorations that have a patina of age and airy spaces filled with light. Exposed beams, bricks, and wood flooring are all welcome. Unlike modern design styles that have sharp, ge… Read more
Few schools of design boast as committed of enthusiasts as mid-century modern. Featured prominent in movies, on TV, and in the hottest design magazines, this look isn't about to slow down. This approach to design originated — as its name suggests — shortly after World War II. At the time, however, it was simply thought of as modern style. The term 'mid-century modern' was not coined until the 1984 release of a Cara Greenberg bo… Read more

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