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Adding A Personalized Touch To Any Space Is So Easy With These Editor Picks

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Style of any kind is always inherently personal. Even if you're not a seasoned fashionista or consummate interior decor enthusiast, what you put into your home, wear out the door, and everything else all has a unique and natural spin that is entirely and only you. It's all style, and it's all personal.
Of course, for those of us who love to live stylishly it's entirely possible to take it to a whole new level and really put a personal stamp on everything we live in and do. There is no better way than personalized interior decorating items. Tossed across a couch or bed, added to an interior wall, even part of a chic table space, it adds an element that is totally individual. Here's how:
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A single, statement home item like this letter lamp is unexpected and can do the trick to creating a personalized feel. Add it to a gallery wall with other items, or make it a standalone focal point to the room. It can be leaned against a wall with a few frames grouped together, or worked into the space in a variety of other ways. The sky is the limit, so get inventive and ambitious with this one. Initial lamp, Anthropologie 2016-03-30-1459363006-3317959-ScreenShot20160330at11.25.02AM.png © Provided by The Huffington Post 2016-03-30-1459363006-3317959-ScreenShot20160330at11.25.02AM.png
You don't have to go with a classic initial to make an individualized decor move. Your favorite state, be it the one you were born in or the one you reside in today, can be found in everything from pillows to dish towels, and even cutting boards and servers. It's a fun way to bring something about you into your interior experience. If you travel a bunch, you can incorporate items from a few states highlighting those you visited. This can be a fun trend for a kid's room too. Cutting board, Bed, Bath & Beyond 2016-03-30-1459363249-7724210-ScreenShot20160330at11.40.25AM.png © Provided by The Huffington Post 2016-03-30-1459363249-7724210-ScreenShot20160330at11.40.25AM.png
With the advent of the internet and online home decor, getting personalized decor and design items is even greater than before. Not only can you tap the old favorites like initials, numbers, states, and what not, you can also have your own messages, sayings, name, etc. on dozens of items, too. We love this fun candle, particularly as a gift, for just this reason. Candle, 125Collection 2016-03-30-1459363710-5088753-ScreenShot20160330at11.47.19AM.png © Provided by The Huffington Post 2016-03-30-1459363710-5088753-ScreenShot20160330at11.47.19AM.png
Numbers are fun, period. Incorporating them into a space is a great way to make it personal in a simple, more subtle way than your classic letters or names. You can group this item by something special to you, like a special date or year. Or, you can combine a group of numbers that you just really love. The possibilities for things you can do are endless. Number plates, Christopher JagminYou can see more personalized home decor favorites, home decor tips, ideas, beauty, fashion and more in this month's Condiment Magazine at

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