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Vintage design doesn’t need to be applied solely to the kitchen. Learn about the “then” and “now” trends in retro decorating, unique fashion, and furniture from the 1940s to 1980s, for both home and business. From retro inspired wall decor to the simplest of modern touches, we focus on the colors and aesthetics of yesteryear!

Vintage Decorating Ideas with Trending Colors

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Ready to refresh your decor? Pantone, the foremost authority on color trends, has released their color forecast for Spring 2015. With the intensity of winter storms that we’ve been experiencing here in the northeast, many of us are not only ready for warmer weather but are looking forward to sprucing up our interiors with decor

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Oh, Cherries, Our Love, Holds On…

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Cherries decor? It’s simply cheery. Especially in the kitchen, where you would bake, oh, a cherry pie. During a time when fruits were abundant on tablecloths, aprons and canisters, cherries became uber-popular during the 1950s. Perhaps it’s their bright, bold red color that make cherries such an appealing piece of kitchen decor. They go perfectly

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How to Hang 4 Vertical Signs or Decals

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We offer over 5,000 different signs and wall decals on our website, with the majority of our signs being vertical rectangles. Sure we offer round, square and all kinds of die-cut shapes but traditionally most signs are designed as vertical rectangles and that’s what this blog is about—taking 4 vertical signs with a related theme

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Steampunk Decorating Ideas Using Industrial Gears

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One of the most trending styles in decor is the use of industrial design to create a rustic, flea market style decor. The result of using both modern and vintage decor items together is a design trend called Retro Modern. This look may be difficult to achieve, as the prices of vintage industrial items are

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Highway Sign Art on Stickers, Signs, and Wall Decals

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We’ve come up with our own take on the state abbreviation bumper stickers that are so popular nowadays. Our version is rectangular, to look more like highway road signs. But we didn’t stop at simply putting our designs on bumper stickers—we also put them on metal signs and wall decals!     Our versions are

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Exclusive Retro Designs on Classic Diner Napkin Dispensers

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A staple on diner counters for about 80 years, the metal napkin dispenser was only made possible after the Scott Paper Company invented paper napkins in the early 1930s. Since then, diner style napkin holders have been a handy way to keep napkins at the ready. And in today’s home kitchens and fast food restaurants,

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Celebrate the Route 66 States on Vertical Wall Decals

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Celebrating the nostalgia of Route 66 and the American tradition of cross-country road trips are the Route 66 Vertical Wall Decals. Made to look like rusted roadside markers that appeared on the famous road, these wall decals can be displayed on any smooth surface. Featuring the iconic shield logo with the name of a Rt.

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Decorating with Texaco Memorabilia and Signage

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Vintage and replica Texaco signs and memorabilia can help create a vibrant decor theme for the garage, office or man cave. Texaco decorating actually allows for a great deal of flexibility. Although the company went through many logo variations from the early 1900s to today, the familiar red star has always been a part of its

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Coca-Cola Sign and Arrow Wall Decal Combos

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The Coca-Cola brand is well known for its striking signage. Graphically impactful, timely and often humorous, Coke signs, billboards, and merchandise have become an icon of American society. For all of these reasons, vintage Coke signs are very desirable as collectibles. The Coca-Cola button sign (officially referred to as the “Red Disc” by the Coca-Cola Company)

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