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One of the most unexpected trends in interior design came about over the last ten years or so. While everyone in the industry predicted that home styles would trend even further into the minimalist, modern schemes that dominated the first decade of the new millennium, celebrity design specialists had another idea in store. Thus began a return to simple, rustic, retro styles that have more in common with country living than they do Silicon Valley.
This style doesn’t seem to be disappearing anytime soon, which means you may be interested in redoing your own home to match this powerful and welcoming way of decorating. If so, you’ll want to browse the Farm Signs available here at American Sign Letters. Designed beautifully, made from high-quality materials, and priced to fit any budget, these signs can add warmth and whimsy to any home.
Life Beyond Technology
None of us can deny that our lives have been irrevocably transformed by the internet, social media, smartphones, and all of the technological progress we’ve made over the last fifty years. Very young people may not fully understand how rapidly things have changed, but older folks (like us) know that we’re living in a very different world than the one we inhabited back in the 1980s and before. And even by that time, things had changed a lot since the early 20th century.
Change isn’t necessarily a bad thing, and we wouldn’t trade our phones for anything…but still. There’s a part of us that yearns for a simpler time. If you feel the same way, you can honor that simpler way of life with these Farm Signs. They may not bring back the Agricultural Age, but they can put you in touch with something deeper than Twitter (at least temporarily).
Country Style in a Suburban Setting
So many of us are forced (or choose) to live in urban or suburban areas that we have a tendency to forget what it was ever like to live in a place with wide open spaces, where your nearest neighbor might be hundreds of yards (if not a few miles) away. Many of us may have never known such a life. But just because you take the subway to work or live under the authoritative impulses of an HOA, that doesn’t mean you can’t take your interior design in the direction of your choice. That’s exactly the principle that led to the rise of “country chic” in the first place, and it’s why these Farm Signs look just as great in a Connecticut mansion as they do in a farmhouse in Iowa.