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From 1950s decorating trends to integrating new retro-style products with existing designs, you’ll find plenty of tips and tricks on turning that so-so room into a vintage haven. Find the right wall decor, furniture and diy projects, and color charts for paints and papers. When you’re all done, be sure to show us your finished room.

New Videos: How to Install Retro Planet Wall Decals

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Need help installing a Retro Planet wall decal, or just want to see how fun it is to decorate with wall decals?  Check out the fresh new batch of installation videos that just hit the site.  In these videos, the Retro Planet staff teaches you how to apply any kind of wall decal (polyester, vinyl, outdoor decals,

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Ice Cream Parlor Wall Decor & Recipes

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Who can resist a tasty sundae, or a thick, malted milkshake? I’m all about the chocolate soda and the banana split. No matter your favorite flavors of these frozen treats, the ice cream parlor was once the place to go after games, dates and dinner. Most of these parlors from yesteryear are long gone, but

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1950s Inspired Design Decal Sheets

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One of our latest product lines will help you transform walls, appliances, even your laptop or tablet, instantly. These atomic and boomerang design decal sheets are available in two different sizes. Just peel and stick each decal to any smooth, flat surface. Made in the USA of premium opaque polyester fabric, these high-quality decals have

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Weekend DIY: Framing That Beautiful Gift Wrap

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Now that the holidays are behind us, it’s time to take care of that crafty business from that wrapping paper or card you so adore. I typically save the nicest Christmas cards to either remake cards or to make gift tags. I also send off plenty to the St. Jude’s Ranch Recycled Card Program (kids

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Wall Decals, Transfers and Murals: Damage-Free Retro Decor

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Decorating the walls of the home or office doesn’t have to require a hammer, or hard labor. While tin signs and posters are great for decorating, they limit your options if you don’t want to pound holes in the walls—something renters and dorm dwellers may not be able to do.  I certainly wouldn’t want you

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