Vintage frilly spaces
were everywhere in the early ’90s.
Dark sage crept into kitchen designs and sparked a trend that was just a bit too dreary for our liking.
Now, this is how to go too far on a jewel tone trend.
We prefer the plaid-less styles of IKEA today.
While a maximalist look is great, the mix and match style of the mid-nineties was a bit too much.
While Japanese decor is great, it definitely teetered on appropriation throughout the ’90s for some people.
French country toile was everywhere during this decade and it wasn’t necessarily the most inspired look.
Once again, someone thought dark sage was a good neutral.
Outdoor neutrals were brought indoors for some reason in 1999.
Red and yellow floral fabrics were quite the early 2000s mainstay.
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