Speakeasy Décor: 15 Prohibition Era Home Touches

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Speakeasy Décor: 15 Prohibition Era Home Touches

Though speakeasy style originated in the bar, today’s home décor can also benefit from a few blind tiger touches. With reclaimed wood, exposed brick and industrial design, vintage glassware and dim lighting will set the mood and instantly transport your living room to the 1920s when bootleggers ruled the street. Stamped tin and deep burgundy throw pillows evoke the decade’s rugged elegance, but the ultimate necessity is, of course, the right bar cart to tie the room together. Old school glassware and decanters are another authentic addition, making the speakeasy design an easy go-to for any living room in need of a little roaring ‘20s flavor.

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