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Design Inspiration Based on Your Favorite Taylor Swift Album

With a brand-new album on the way, Taylor Swift is unstoppable. Whether you love the powerful, moody beats of Midnights or the carefree, whimsical nature of Fearless, we've got you covered on how you should decorate your home based on your favorite Taylor Swift album. We may not be The Tortured Poets Department, but trust us — you're going to want these design ideas.

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Midnights is Taylor Swift's most recent album. Its release on October 21, 2022, was a complete surprise to her fans. This album received six nominations at the 66th Annual Grammy Awards, taking wins for Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album. It laid the groundwork for The Eras Tour, Swift's ongoing tour that takes audience members on a journey through her music career — the highest-grossing tour of all time. Midnights is full of paradoxes and describes 13 sleepless nights throughout her life. If you love Midnights, we'll show you ways to incorporate its retro, dramatic aesthetic into your home.

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Photo: Stacy Zarin Goldberg, District Design. From: Breeze Giannasio.

Moody Hues

"Question...?" Does anyone love mood swings more than Midnights fans? This album is a roller coaster of emotions: vivid, moody and vulnerable. Lean into it and add dark "Bejeweled" colors to your walls. It will create the dramatic effect you're looking for, with an edge.

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Photo: Tim Lenz, Styling: Mariana Marcki Matos, Architect: Appel Architecture and Builder Ecostruct . From: Crystal Sinclair.

Make a Powerful Statement

Be the "Mastermind" of your own room and use it to make a powerful statement. Add a funky chandelier, giant piece of art, unique coffee table or go wild and add them all. "You're on Your Own, Kid," and you've got something to say, so why not say it with your space?

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Photo: Marcus Meisler. From: HGTV Handmade.

Lean Into Retro

Lovers of Midnights know that retro is no "Anti-Hero." It's a great way to make sure people leave your house still talking about the space. Find fun ways to incorporate it into your design style, like adding a '70s-inspired wallpaper or thrifting a vintage mirror.

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