There's no denying is a glorious source of inspiration when you're trying to decorate your home. But due to the sheer velocity at which some decor ideas get pinned, it has also turned a few otherwise beautiful designs into (dare we say it) cliches — and these just might be the worst offenders:
While once loved, this trendy print that you've probably seen on everything from pillows to full walls is past its peak.
Listen, these glass jars are gorgeous when used as a vase, votive holder, or even food storage container — but that's part of them problem. In this case, there is such a thing as having too many in your home.
Is it handy when you need to jot down a note? You bet. But these days it's far from making the artsy-creative impact that it used to (except perhaps when whoever drew on this wall has the chalk in their hand).
It's not that we don't love the idea of hanging multiple framed pieces of art in a strategically (and stylishly) disorganized manner, it's just we're tired of seeing it in every single room.
If only because this idea makes it impossible to find anything. What's so wrong with alphabetical order?
Sure, this look is the epitome of Parisian chic (oh la la) but it's also everyone's go-to flea market hack.
Personally meaningful words get a pass, but sayings that have become so cliche they're practically meaningless do not. ("Live, Laugh, Love" immediately comes to mind.)
According to , you can paint anything and it'll look brand-new — but we beg to differ. Please believe us when we say there is such a thing as too many brightly-colored (or chalk-painted) pieces of furniture.