Porsche Heritage Design Applies Vintage Style To All-New 911

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Four Heritage Design models are planned with the first arriving later this year.

With more than 70 years of building world-class sports and racing cars under its belt, Porsche is celebrating the launch of its 992-generation 911 with a new Heritage Design theme. Porsche is planning four of these heritage-inspired packages that will incorporate vintage design cues from the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s, and the first of which is the 2021 Porsche 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition.

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The cool part about this special edition is the extensive throwback cues used throughout the design including the old-school 911 badge font with a gold finish, the Porsche crest from 1963 and a two-tone leather interior with corduroy on the seats, which Porsche says is to pay homage to the Porsche 356. The Cherry Metallic color shown here

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Angie’s List Analyzes Instagram Posts to Determine the Most Popular Decor Style in Every State

Interior designs that used to be influenced by and shared via Better Homes and Gardens are now exploding on social media platforms like Pinterest and Instagram. In fact, the Instagram hashtag #interiordesign has garnered over 87 million posts to date. Riding high on this wave of popularity, home improvement service finder Angie’s List has decided to identify decorating trends all across the United States to establish which styles are most prevalent in each region.

A stylish, simple midcentury modern bedroom from Angie's List.
A stylish, simple midcentury modern bedroom from Angie’s List.

To effectively analyze the information, the research team commissioned by Angie’s List focused on the 10 most common design tags, which they identified as:











The team then cleaned up the data by deleting outliers and organizing it all by state, ultimately creating two maps: one that shows the most popular design style tag in each state, and

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How to Style a Corner Cabinet or Shelf

A corner might not seem like the most exciting area of your home, but add few shelves or cabinets and the right styling and you’ve instantly elevated the awkward space into something special. Not sure how to spruce up your corners? Here are a few expert tips for styling a corner cabinet or shelf—and upgrading the room (and, ultimately, your home!) in the process.

Related: Our Favorite Bookshelf Organizing Ideas

Your shelves’ décor should speak to the room.

“When styling a room and decorating shelves of any kind, you always want those pieces to reflect the style [and] colors of the room they are in,” says Betsy Helmuth, owner of interior design firm Affordable Interior Design. “Accessories on shelves are a great opportunity to bring in new textures that you may not have used much in the space like glass, papier mâché, [or] ceramic.” In addition to matching

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How to style yourself and your home for video calls

Whether you’re already a pro at video calls or are still getting comfortable with Zoom and other services, preparing for a meeting is a lot different when working from home. The way you present yourself and your home can make a big difference to how professional you appear to colleagues and potential clients.

With so many of us working remotely at the moment, TODAY Style consulted beauty, style and home experts to answer the question: How exactly should you style yourself and your home for video calls? Their answers will help you master the art of video meetings and make the best impression possible.

There's no need to go overboard with your makeup, but a little color can help your face pop on video calls. (Getty Images)
There’s no need to go overboard with your makeup, but a little color can help your face pop on video calls. (Getty Images)

How to put your best face forward

It’s hard to resist the urge to abandon your makeup routine when you’re working from the

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