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Antique Furniture: Common Types Of Veneer Cuts

It is common for antique furniture to feature various types of veneer cuts. The use of veneers started thousands of years ago and they are still widely used for entire surfaces of furniture.

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Antique Furniture: Common Types Of Veneer Cuts

It is common for antique furniture to feature various types of veneer cuts. The use of veneers started thousands of years ago and they are still widely used for entire surfaces of furniture.

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Shopping for Handbags Like A Pro

Are you a fan of vintage handbags? Before you flash your credit card, what details should you look for? And how should you care for them?

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Getting To Know Art Nouveau

Popular during the late 19th century and early twentieth, Art Nouveau is an international style of art and architecture. Decorative accent pieces, paintings, furniture, and building construction took their cues from nature- especially the curving lines of flowers and plants, and created an elegant new art form. Read on to learn more about Art Nouveau.

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Live Auctions vs. Online Auctions

Do you enjoy hunting online for the perfect find while sitting on your couch or do you prefer the energy of the crowd while bidding at live auctions? What are the pros and cons of each?

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Vintage Decor Ideas To Love

Your style is continuously evolving and your home's décor is just one way to show it. Finding personal touches to transform a room to creating a timeless feel is easier than ever with access to online antique and design sites like Showplace. Trends may come and go, but read on to find some vintage décor ideas that will never go out of style.

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Using Texture To Highlight Your Interior Design

Texture is an often undervalued and underused component of interior design. When utilized in the right way, different textures can brighten a room, can add warmth and sometimes can even add character. Unfortunately, texture often takes a backseat to more dominant elements such as color and form. Here are several ways to use texture to enrich your interior design.

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