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Added: January 26, 2015
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Framed artwork carefully and artistically arranged has the potential of establishing and contributing to a distinct feel in your home. Get inspired with ideas on how to arrange your photographs and pieces of art from these 5 pins. 1. Entryway Above a Table Grab the attention of visitors as soon as they enter your home […] Read More →
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Added: December 22, 2014
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The holidays are a time of festivity and fun, but sometimes frigid temps and icy roads can cool down your holiday spirit too. If the winter chill is putting a damper on your holiday enthusiasm, warm things up with some cozy DIY projects. Sometimes DIY projects call for expensive materials or specialized items like barn […] Read More →
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Added: December 8, 2014
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Asian interior design finds its inspiration in the history and culture that has existed for millennia. Different countries bring their own touch to the different styles, and while some encourage simplicity and tranquility, others embrace the ornate and the opulent. Discover what Asian interior design style is right for you as you look at the […] Read More →
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Added: November 14, 2014
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Rustica Hardware is pleased to announce its first annual ChillFest! This will be an exciting all day long, community wide event in which we will celebrate the winter season. The community will enjoy a little friendly competition with a chili cookoff, log cutting time trials, and an ice sculpture competition. Do you have the best […] Read More →
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Added: November 19, 2014
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When people think of France, they often think of design, art, and class. What are the French wearing? What are the French eating? What are the French creating? This country has contributed much in a variety of industries, and interior design is certainly up there as one of their most innovative areas. Take a look […] Read More →
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Added: October 24, 2014
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The grand opening will be a community wide, family event offering a first look into Rustica’s exciting new showroom. The showroom boasts converted shipping containers, large steel sculptures, a kids area, and a build a door station. The first 50 visitors will receive a free Rustica T-Shirt. The first 50 purchasers will receive a Rustica […] Read More →
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Added: November 3, 2014
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Germany, throughout much of its history, has been at the forefront of art and design, and no exception is made when it comes to interior design. Designers like Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Walter Gropius have led the way in making Germany a leader in architecture and design, with brilliant furniture pieces iconic of […] Read More →
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Added: October 6, 2014
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How you arrange the furniture in your family room quickly sets the tone for how people will feel in the room. You’ll have guests and family members using this room, so you’ll want it to be a place where everyone can relax and feel comfortable. Maybe you have a gorgeous fireplace you’d like to use […] Read More →
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Added: July 9, 2014
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What it is Shabby chic is not your grandma’s interior design style, no matter what you’ve heard. This design is modern and fresh, charming and casually elegant. It is a mix of antique and vintage elements paired with modern touches. The worn, recycled and imperfect is celebrated. You can be sure you’ll love this style […] Read More →
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Added: June 30, 2014
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Retro, by definition, is imitative of the past; it refers to looking back to or bringing back the past. Therefore retro interior design could mean anything from the past, though it usually refers to the decades of the 1950s, the 60s, and the 70s—anything much older than the 50s becomes vintage. Others would argue that anything at least 20 years old is retro; this would mean that the 80s could also be referred to as retro. Along a similar vein, Ronique Gibson of freshome Design & Architecture Magazine says, “Save your clothes or furniture for 20-30 years [and] the styles will come back in fashion.” Bell-bottoms, anyone? That being said, some things should stay in their respective decades: orange-brown super-shag rugs come to mind here. You had your run, now please leave it be. Read More →
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