Classic Decorating You'll Love Forever

This house featured in HGTV Magazine looks great right now — and it will look great years from now, too. See what this North Carolina family did to create a home that'll never go out of style.

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Annie Schlechter

Living Room

"A sofa frame that can be re-covered over and over and an antique rug are worthwhile investments that will last forever," says Caroline. For a furniture setup that always works, put a pair of matching armchairs facing the sofa, with a rectangular coffee table in between. The windows are covered with her go-to treatment: solid panels and a box-pleat valance with a band.

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