Then: Brown and orange tones were dominant.
Now: Large-scale artworks in a kaleidoscope of colour.
Then: Used on only on floors as a cheap option.
Now: Used as a style statement for a variety of surfaces and accessories.
3. Bold wallpaper
Then: Busy wallpaper combined with heavy fabrics and dark timber.
Now: Combined with natural surfaces and light shades for a fresh look.
4. Coloured glass
Then: Dark leadlight combined with country cottage furnishings.
Now: Bright tones combined with natural textures for a bohemian look.
Then: Overstuffed armchairs in dark fabrics combined with heavy drapes.
Now: Rich shades combined with different patterns and textures.
This article originally appeared on Better Homes and Gardens.