AD Small Spaces: 8 original book storage ideas for a tiny home

Lily Sullivan, the brand consultant behind the newsletter “Love and Other Rugs,” is constantly rearranging the vintage furniture and beloved knickknacks in her 550-square-foot Brooklyn apartment. She has so many books that some always end up stacked neatly on her cork and chrome coffee table, where they look intentional and collected.

Build A Bookshelf-Dining Bench Hybrid

An antique Italian pendant from Barovier & Toso hangs above the dining area, which is accented with vintage Bertoia chairs from Knoll and vintage grain sacks found in London’s the Cloth Shop.

Banquettes are known for their ability to make the most

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How To Set Up a Home Bar: Liquor, Glassware and Tools You Need

Even if you’re not a big drinker, it’s worth taking the time to set up a home bar.

Why? “It shows that you care about people having a good time,” said Jessica Schuster, 38, an interior designer based in New York City. “I’m not a huge drinker myself, but I love to have a home bar, because I love to entertain.”

For clients with large homes, Ms. Schuster will often design glamorous built-in bars. But you don’t need a fancy dedicated space: It’s easy to set up a decent bar on just about any flat surface.

“You can always create

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Nate Berkus shares design expertise on how to create a ‘lived-in’ feel in the home

NYC-based interior designer Nate Berkus has shared his top tips on how to create a ‘lived-in’ feel in the home. Taking to Instagram, the celebrated interior designer who is known for sharing resourceful tips on the social platform to help homeowners elevate their homes, shared a series of images that all have one thing in common: black leather furniture.

The post celebrates decorating with vintage furniture that is crafted from high-quality materials, such as original leather, to create a homely feeling that can add real depth to a space. ‘Using materials that are not “perfect” can bring a lived-in element

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Traditional home decor ideas that are making a comeback


Traditional home decor ideas that are making a comeback

June 27, 2023 | 05:42 pm
2 min read

Vintage vibe is back!

Generations, designs, trends, and tastes may change, however, there are a few home decor styles that stand the test of time and rarely fade away.

Today, some of the most popular ones that were once a rage during the 1980s and 90s, are now making a striking comeback to many homes.

Don’t believe us? Well, check these out yourself.

Wall art

Wall art used to be a constant part of one’s home decor back in the day.

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Collect what you crush on and create a soulful home, says Cynthia Zamaria

Cynthia Zamaria has a passion for reviving forgotten homes and gardens.

The Toronto home and garden creative advocates for a trendless approach to home decor that embraces vintage and preloved pieces with a story. Whether it’s a milk glass vase found at an antique market or hand-me-down heirlooms from family or friends, timeless doesn’t mean boring, said Zamaria.

“Items older than we are or have been in the hands of others are often of great quality and character,” she said. “Integrated thoughtfully, patinated pieces contribute to the individuality of the space. There’s nothing old-fashioned about it. A sexy tension blossoms

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Timeless Home Decor That Will Never Go Out of Style

There’s nothing better than filling your home with beautiful finds that will stand the test of time. For one, it eliminates any pressure to constantly redecorate—there’s no need to worry about pieces appearing too trendy after just a few months. Plus, homes that are decorated with classic items always appear so effortlessly elegant and sophisticated, and isn’t that always the goal when decorating? If you’re looking for some fabulous home decor that will never go out of style, here are seven essentials you absolutely won’t regret picking up today.


1. Candlesticks

Candlesticks are a classic home decor item.

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