As Melanie Curl of Bolivar, Missouri, has learned, accumulating vintage kitchen utensils and cutlery isnít the hard part of creating a theme. After all, they tend to be small and relatively inexpensive. But theyíre also oddly shaped and often unwieldy, which makes displaying them a challenge. Here are some ideas to spark your imagination:
Vintage goods can give your home a unique, lighthearted appeal. Here are some of Arlington Heights, Illinois, homeowner Stacey Remikerís tips for decorating with these items:
Working with a neutral palette is anything but boring when you choose accents with quiet colors and bold textures. Here are some of Susan Taggart's best tips for decorating with shades of white:
Blend reproductions with period antiques to create a decor-driven lifestyle.
Encourage a sense of nostalgia this holiday season with these hints for inviting in antique- and vintage-inspired accessories.
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