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3 Ways to Incorporate Antiques into a Modern Home

These design ideas prove that opposites attract!

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More often than not, the best combinations are always a mix of opposing forces. It's especially true for mixing modern-themed homes and antique furnishings.

The juxtaposition of clean lines with intricate pieces can give any room a nice depth and an interesting feel. This style also allows you to showcase a piece of the past, whether it's been passed down in your family or something you picked up at a flea market.

If you're looking for new ways to incorporate secondhand pieces into your decor, here are some ideas you can try. 

Main photo from: Modern Antiques

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