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It seems that the 1970s are alive and well in the new collection of items at Pottery Barn.

 

Will you incorporate any of these into your home?

 

May be an image of flower and indoor

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Maybe I'd use that aqua pot on the coffee table.  The rest is too bland and neutral.  I'm bored with neutrals. 

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I too find the decor bland.  There isn't anything that stands our for me.  

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I like them all, and like dried arrangements. But I don't use them anymore due to them shedding and being hard to store. Also if they get on the floor the dog eats them! One even ate silk flowers! I keep things out of her reach.

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@Kachina624 I knew you'd go for the aqua!!

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I like dried arrangements, had a few myself, but not in the 70's, but those are big-time dust magnets. When I tried to clean them, they would shed, pieces break right off, and make a mess.

 

I like the look in general, but I need more color in my life now. Not garish and not plain. Something that pops simply.

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The first picture of items in not appealing to me but I do like the other pictures of items and the neutral pretty combinations.