10 Timeless Home Decor Ideas We’ll Never Get Tired Of

Classic Home Decor Ideas

There are some home design trends that seem too old and dated that some home design Web sites have declared them to be “over” or passe, but we think that they are timeless no matter what the expert decorators think. We never want to let classic home decor ideas die, so here are some old yet still worth-incorporating design tips you will love.

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Classic Home Decor Ideas to Apply at Home

Just because it’s been long since they were first used doesn’t mean these classic home decor ideas aren’t good enough anymore. Check out these amazing tips for and make your abode even more elegant-looking.

Mason Jars

Mason Jars

Mason jars are fantastic. They can be used for everything from being a bathroom organizers to holding spices. They are just a great invention. Log on to Pinterest and you will see these jars used in plenty of ways. These jars look great and they are useful to have around.

Chalkboard Paint

Chalkboard Paint

Chalkboard paint will let you turn any surface into something you can write on. Everyone from toddlers to adults would like writing on walls. You can put anything you want. If the paint is on your kitchen, you can write a daily menu. Another great idea is to place it in your home office or study desk. Look at the photo above, who wouldn’t want a great workstation like that?

The Subway Tiles

The Subway Tiles

When you look at great classic bathrooms, the subway tiles almost always have a starring role. Bathrooms and subway tiles go so well together. Using subway tiles will give your bathroom a nice country feel immediately.

Open Shelving

Open Shelving

The choice to have open shelving really depends on the homeowner because open shelves gather dust and they can look cluttered. But if you keep it neat, there is a great rustic look you can achieve in your kitchen. You can put spice jars and other kitchen appliances on display.

These Fairy Lights

These Fairy Lights

Fairy lights will immediately add a magical atmosphere to any part or any room you place them in.

Any Repurposed Items

Any Repurposed Items

Finding ways to reuse and repurpose an old item will always be great. It preserves your memories and lets you be creative in how you want to use it. In the above photo, an old ladder was turned into a chandelier.

A Farmhouse Sink

A Farmhouse Sink

A huge farmhouse sink will turn your kitchen into a rustic design. It’s also great because it can hold a lot of dirty dishes just in case you have a huge party. You can also have a great under-the-counter storage space when you install a farmhouse sink.

Old Barn Doors

Old Barn Doors

These great wooden barn doors add a certain style element in any room of the home.

Salvaged Wood

Salvaged Wood

You can reuse old wood from your home as a tribute when renovating your new house. In the photo, the top of the island is salvaged wood that was made using old floorboards.

Chalk-Painted Furniture

Chalk-Painted Furniture

Annie Sloan came up with the term chalk paint, which is a finish that has a matte, chalky look. Using this paint on furniture will give it a timeworn look and it requires very little preparation. It’s great for those who want the shabby-chic look.

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