How to get the most out of the 1960s home décor

When it comes to decorating the home, the 1960 and 1970s were some of the most stylish decades in the past half century, according to home decorator Steve Fong.

In fact, Fong has been selling vintage furniture, accessories and art since 2001.

He told Bloomberg that his clients often ask him how to style the house with an emphasis on vintage.

Here’s how to get a piece of vintage into your home: Decorate the kitchen.

Fong recommends buying vintage kitchen cabinets, cabinets, chairs and sofas for your dining room, dining room countertops, chairs, and even dining room table tops for the living room.

Fongs has also recommended buying vintage lamps, lamps and other decorative items to add to your dining table.

Finkers website, Home Decorator, has a lot of great ideas for how to make your home look vintage.

For example, buy a vintage sofa and a vintage table and a lot more.

Use a vintage wallpaper in the living rooms and in your bathrooms.

Fonks, the author of Vintage and Vintage Living, told Bloomberg the idea for the book came from an email she received from a client who had been trying to create a vintage-inspired home.

Fons kitchen has an old-school look with a lot going on in it.

So when she started researching the topic, she decided to write a book about the kitchen and its design and style.

It’s about a new style for a new kitchen.

It has modern furniture and a classic vibe, Fonk told Bloomberg.

You can also find vintage decorators online to help you buy a classic or vintage home, such as The Vintage Home Designer or Vintage Home Store.

Learn more about vintage furniture at and the home decor website, The Vintage Living.

Fondly and stylish?

You’re not alone.

The latest Nielsen research shows that, in 2017, the average American is more likely to live alone, with two-thirds of Americans in the home alone.

Here are some tips to help make your new home more inviting, cozy and homey: Be kind and considerate.

Don’t be a jerk to your new neighbors, Fons advice to his readers.

“I know you can’t judge a book by its cover, but I think it would be helpful to consider how you live with your neighbors,” Fong said.

“There are ways to bring people closer and to give them the kind of support that makes a big difference in the lives of the people who live there.

You might even want to ask yourself if you are a good person to be around.

If you have a good relationship with people, and you’re doing well, they’ll give you the same kind of help you need.”

If you’re interested in getting started with vintage decorating, the website, Vintage Decorators, has an array of free resources to help.

Find a vintage decorator and learn how to take your own inspiration to make a stylish home.

The most popular styles include Victorian, Modern, and Contemporary, according Fonck.

For more information on decorating your home with vintage, check out The Vintage Decoration Book.