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The Aimee Song Etsy Collab Is a Home Decor Lover’s Dream Come True

Here’s something we didn’t know: Street-style darling Aimee Song launched her blog, Song of Style, back in 2008 as a place to share home design ideas and inspiration while she was studying interior architecture in San Francisco. It only developed into the wildly popular fashion destination it is today after followers caught glimpses of her outfits in photos where she was reflected in her mirror and asked for more. She began sharing more fashion content on her platform; it resonated. The rest, as they say, is history. Now 35, Song boasts more than 6.6 million followers on IG.

Since her blog blew up more than a decade ago, Song has been steadily expanding into design projects, including a jewellery line and clothing collection. Now, she’s revisiting her casual yet decidedly stylish Californian roots and applying the aesthetic to her latest project: a home edit of decor, nursery and lifestyle pieces

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Jimmy Fallon, Cara Delevingne’s Tonight Show Home-Decor Chat

Photo: Architectural Digest/YouTube

Instead of converting it into a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Cara Delevingne has chosen to live in the $10.8 million questionably decorated Gramercy Park triplex she bought from Jimmy Fallon. As she told Fallon on The Tonight Show this week, she loves the decor — basically the Overlook Hotel in The Shining with a maximalist color palette. “I’ve kept it all. It’s creepy,” she said. “I tried to design my house in L.A. basically like that without knowing that house.”

Delevingne is telling the truth! She has described her L.A. home — an English-country-style mansion built in 1941 for the founders of the Vons supermarket chain — as an “adult playhouse” and it lives up to the reputation: There’s a costume dress-up room, a Lynchian poker room, and, naturally, a ball pit. She cites escape rooms and Hugh Hefner as influences, both of which

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Houses & Homes: Pandemic is changing home decor trends: SICO | Houses Homes

After two years of working overtime, Canadian homes are emerging from the pandemic forever changed, craving a newfound style that combines soothing colour and durability, a recent press release said.

“On the other side of the pandemic, people are looking to infuse their homes with soothing colours that emit a sense of both protection and fresh air that they’ve been lacking,” said Martin Fuchs, Sico paint brand senior marketing manager, in the same release, noting that contemporary earth tones are trending across the country. These new hues are lighter, softer shades compared to pre-pandemic consumer colour preferences, he explained.

According to the Sico paint brands’ sales trends, consumers are moving away from cool, modern grey interiors and opting for subdued garden-fresh neutrals. Topping the list of best-selling paint colours are muted sage greens, breezy blues and earthy taupes.

“There’s a feeling of cautious optimism among consumers as we adapt back

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5 Creative Ideas For Styling Your Antique Home Decor

When collecting and decorating antique pieces, it can be easy to get carried away. One minute you have found a few delightful-looking glasses to display in your living room, and before long, your room resembles a circus-type hall of mirrors. Depending on how you decorate a room or even what shade of paint you use, it can create a variety of emotions. From soothing vibes to an atmosphere more conducive to lively interactions, you are ultimately in control of the feel of each room. So before you overdo it on antiquities, there’s a simple design ratio that can help to curb your passions.

By taking stock of each room, you should find that it follows the 80/20 rule. This means that 80% of your room will be dedicated to following a certain style, and the remaining 20% can be either accent pieces or antiques, according to Canadian artist

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6 eco-friendly decorating ideas for your home this summer

With a huge 94% of Brits saying that buying eco-friendly home products is important to them1, it’s clear that the nation is looking to make conscious efforts to live more sustainably. 

With this in mind, leading carpet and flooring retailer, Tapi, has revealed six eco-friendly decorating ideas for your home this summer, to support the nation in moving towards a sustainability-first mindset. 

Once a new carpet has been fitted, you’ll likely have leftover cuts that you may struggle to know what to do with. There are many ways to re-use them to ensure they don’t go to waste (or a landfill!). Here are just a few ways in which you can re-use smaller cuts of carpet for new needs this summer: 

 

Re-Use Your Leftover Carpet 

  • Send to animal rescue shelters, who can use them for mats/bedding 
  • Rug (depending on the size of the leftover carpet, of course!) 
  • Cat scratching
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I upgraded my bedroom with Shein home decor under $35 – I was shocked how good the quality is given the low price

ALTHOUGH Shein is known for its low prices, the products never fail to surprise customers with their quality.

One happy shopper has proven that the brand’s items worth buying aren’t just limited to clothing.

TikTok influencer Sarah unboxes the home decor she purchased on Shein

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TikTok influencer Sarah unboxes the home decor she purchased on SheinCredit: TikTok/sarsheppp
She loves the seashell pillow for only $14

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She loves the seashell pillow for only $14Credit: TikTok/sarsheppp

Home decor shopping is tricky when it comes to considering price and quality.

You want items that are going to last for more than just a couple of months.

Despite what you may have originally thought, cheap decor isn’t always cheap quality.

TikTok influencer Sarah proves that in her recent haul of home items from Shein.

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Sarah posted a video unboxing the 11 items she bought.

All of these items are below $35, and none of them are disappointing.

Starting with decorative items for her bedroom, Sarah unboxed Shein’s Shell Design

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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 in an interior where there’s a hot mash-up of styles. It shows creative confidence. It’s timeless yet very au courant.”

Zamaria recently published her first book, “House + Flower,” sharing how she blends flowers from the garden and the character of vintage and artisanal objects to create a soulful home.

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Las Vegas Market home decor trade show returns Sunday

Las Vegas Market returns next week for its Summer 2022 trade show to bring the best in furniture, home decor and interior design.

The biannual trade event, run by showroom operator International Market Centers, will occupy the entire World Market Center from Sunday through July 28. There will be more than 2,500 brands in the furniture, home decor and apparel industry.

“Las Vegas Market offers a cross-category sourcing experience like no other gift, home décor and furniture buying event,” said IMC CEO Bob Maricich. “Other markets specialize in one or two vertical categories, but Las Vegas Market is the only buying event in the U.S. where buyer can source this breadth and depth of gift and home furnishings products.”

This year, brands such Wild Republic, Hobo Bags and Hammond’s Candies are bringing new gift lines and products to the show.

More than 50 events will be held during the trade

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UK Home Decor Market Report 2022-2027: Consumer Demand in Emerging Countries & Increasing Adoption of Online Home Decor Products Driving Growth –

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “UK Home Decor Market (2022-2027) by Products, Price, Distribution Channel, Location, Competitive Analysis and the Impact of Covid-19 with Ansoff Analysis” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The UK’s Home Decor Market is estimated to be USD 20.71 Bn in 2022 and is expected to reach USD 25.42 Bn by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 4.18%.

Market Segmentation

  • The UK’s Home Decor Market is segmented based on Products, Price, Distribution Channel, and Location.
  • Products, the market is classified into Hair Care Products, Skin Care Products, Bath and Shower, Oral Care, Cosmetics and Makeup,, and Beauty Tools and Accessories.
  • Outlook, the market is classified into Vegan, Organic and Inorganic.
  • Distribution Channel, the market is classified into Specialist Retail Stores, Supermarkets/Hypermarkets, Convenience Stores, Pharmacies/Drug Stores and Online Retail Channels.
  • Category, the market is classified into Mass and Premium.

Competitive Quadrant

The report includes Competitive Quadrant, a

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Coastal Grandmother Home Decor Is Yet Another Way To Jump On The Viral Trend

From neutral-colored linen pants, button-up shirts, cozy sweaters, and comfortable-yet-chic loafers, the coastal grandmother trend is showing no signs of slowing down. If you are still not familiar with the now viral term, think of Erica Barry from the classic movie Something’s Gotta Give. Her sophisticated, casual attire has become the touchstone for those trying to achieve that “I live at the beach” look. And while dressing in this aesthetic is perfect for the summer months, what many are missing out on is the opportunity to extend the coastal grandmother look to the home.

Sara Dahl, owner of Dahlhaus Design Co says the coastal grandmother aesthetic is all about casual but thoughtful pieces that are not solely for decoration, but are intended to be used frequently. “These pieces are well-made, have a timeless design, and the materials are those found in nature – cotton, linen, seagrass, wood and clay,”

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