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Nailheads and rivets furniture

Traditionally, nailheads and rivets were used on high-end upholstered pieces of furniture, but today, they're used on various household products, including lamps, headboards and mirrors. Their complementing look gives a stylish update to a dated piece of furniture.

See how a two-centuries-old trend is seeing a return in home decor.

Luna Nail Trim Upholstered Headboard

Give your bedroom a stylish update with the
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Give your bedroom a stylish update with the Luna Nail Trim Upholstered Headboard. Choose from various colors including bone, graphite, pebble and sandstone. Available in multiple sizes starting at $147.99 on wayfair.com.

Richland Distressed Natural Iron Riveted Lamp

Stay ahead of the game and bring a
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Stay ahead of the game and bring a bit of flair to any room with this Richland Distressed Natural Iron Riveted Lamp; $480 at houzz.com.

Nailhead Espresso End Table Trunk

Gold detailing gives this espresso end table trunk
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Gold detailing gives this espresso end table trunk a simple yet elegant look while offering storage space for blankets and other knickknacks; $129.05 at overstock.com.

Metal Industrial Rivet Mirror

The Metal Industrial Rivet distressed mirror makes a
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The Metal Industrial Rivet distressed mirror makes a striking accent piece, suitable for a bathroom, bedroom, or even a hallway; $169.00 at shadesoflight.com.

Portsmouth Upholstered Chair

The Portsmouth evokes the structure of old sailing
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The Portsmouth evokes the structure of old sailing vessels with nailhead-trimmed upholstery; $2,499 at arhaus.com.

Bretton Burlap Shelf

The Bretton Burlap Shelf from Jayson Home combines
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The Bretton Burlap Shelf from Jayson Home combines modern lines with a rustic texture and is accented with nailhead trim; $950.00 jaysonhome.com.

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