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The American spirit has always celebrated individualism–so you wouldn’t want your American-themed décor to look cliche. Here are some tips for how to show your patriotic spirit with originality, and how to incorporate your nostalgic references without looking dated. 1. Keep Bright & Airy Photo Credit: via The Lily Pad Cottage The fresh white and …

Refresh your space with rustic prairie art. This new wave of prairie art is one of the biggest trends this fall. Add a print to any space for an instant update! For more art trends and interior inspiration, go to Domino.

In the living room, Robert Longo works overlook a sofa custom made by Donzella and vintage Y-back chairs upholstered in a Dedar velvet from Jerry Pair; the curtains are of a Lee Jofa wool, and the rug is by Mansour Modern. Love the french doors.

Mid century style bedroom inspiration

Cool Residence Interior Design By Jamie Bush & Co. : Residence Interior Design By Jamie Bush & Co With White Living Room Wall And Glass Door And Sideboard And Chair And Wooden Floor

Architects Calvin Tsao and Zack McKown renovated a former tenant farmer's cottage in upstate New York, extended it with a screened porch, and furnished it to serve as their weekend retreat.  Photographs by Richard Powers via Homelife.

architects Tsao & McKown's house in Rhinebeck, New York, full of Danish modern antiques.

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These 40 Rooms Prove Every Space Needs Something Vintage

Learn the method to mastering the mix.

11 Motivational Prints, Posters and Banners at Home

Nate Berkus is a great inspiration in the interior design world!

//Before and After : Client Freakin Fabulous//

//Before and After : Client Freakin Fabulous// (Amber Interiors)

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Have some work to catch up on? This is how we do it in California (read: stylishly). Rattan and bamboo boxes make staying organized and chic a breeze. Architectural Digest —Mark D Sikes

Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent Just Listed Their New York City Masterpiece

It's no surprise that designer Nate Berkus and his husband, Jeremiah Brent, a fellow designer, "designed every square inch" of their multilevel penthouse.

DR with dark walls, white trim and chairs, glossy wood floors, chandy, ornate mirror

Bold Beautiful Dining Room: Charcoal walls, sparkling gold and crystal, modern round table and chairs, wide plank wood floor.