One of America's most popular decorating schemes, traditional style is rooted in designs that emerged during the 18th and 19th centuries, including Queen Anne style, and furnishings styled after Chippendale and Thomas Sheraton.
From choosing an organic theme with shells and sea life to picking a couple of classic nautical icons, you can probably find hundreds if not thousands of décor items, furnishings and fixtures to put a little "Ahoy Matey" into your design.
While British designer Laura Ashley had been popular since the 1950s - and the company's home furnishings are still hot in the UK today - her floral dresses, with their soft, old-fashioned stylings, really hit their stride in the 1980s.
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Mass retailers like K-Mart soon stocked her Everyday line of home furnishings and she returned to her television program The Martha Stewart Show, brimming with ideas on attaining domestic perfection, or at least a semblance of it.