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We had the table made. We bought a vintage suitcase. The legs are from Ikea and an electrician fitted the lights.
Vintage Luggage converted to vanity!! Too cool!!
sourced a vintage suitcase from a secondhand store, lined it with fabric, and attached legs from Ikea. An electrician helped
DIY Dressing Table This ingenious dressing table was made for a TV show. The subject: illustrating how design can improve your everyday life. How it was made: Optimise Design sourced a vintage suitcase from a secondhand store, lined it
sourced a vintage suitcase from a secondhand store, lined it with fabric, and attached legs from Ikea. An electrician helped install the lights.
How it was made: Optimise Design sourced a vintage suitcase from
The Shabby Nest
My heart leaped a little when I saw these pillow covers. I got a curtain panel of this bee pattern out of the as is room years ago, and have not been able to find more since. You don't have a source
It was approximately 30" deep. We made up for the depth by adding the pillows to the back.
handy place for coats and shoes. To really give it that English cottage style, add beadboard paneling (painted in soft pastels) to the walls or some vintage floral wallpaper. A seat cushion in pretty florals or soft stripes is the perfect place for sitting when you're taking off your shoes.
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Gwynne Master Bedroom and Lounge
Thank you for your question. The foot stool belonged to the clients and I believe it was a vintage find in one of the Toronto second hand stores.
Mix if vintage with contemporary
Love purple pillow :)
I love the vintage look of this closet. It's warm, inviting and cozy yet very spacious for your clothes. The desk area is a bonus! It looks like a very relaxing space
However, I think it could be very inspirational as an office space. I can picture sitting at that writing dress, a historic outfit on the mannequin, vintage hats on the walls and a story coming to life on the page in front of me.
In the bedroom this vintage cabinet was built into the wall to save on floor space and to display an array of beautiful shoes.
la perfection un meuble encastré, tout en y apportant un petit côté vintage. A vous d’y ajouter vos chaussures !
Repurpose and reuseDon’t be afraid to change the purpose of salvage furniture to suit your lifestyle. This vintage cabinet has been set into a wall to organise and showcase pretty shoes
patinaDark wood furniture that’s been salvaged from a shop display or found in a house sale and given a new use in a modern interior has a uniquely vintage look. Anything that has an attractive patina is to be prized.
needs a new lease of life. This old unit has been mounted into a recess in a wall, so that it works like built-in furniture, but packs a punch on the vintage style front. Just add shoes!
Katerina Tana Design
Santa Barbara Design Showhouse
corner with the armchair in Anacapa Flax, and with Coralshade Sea from Katerina Tana Collection LOOM on the Roman shades, and Abalone on the throw pillow. Blue Ground paint color from Farrow and Ball on the walls. Photo by Mark Lohman
Where did u find the pillow/or cover?
It is my pattern Coralsahde in Sea colorway. The pillow on the chair is the same design in Abalone colorway.
Love the print on the chair and the pillow.
love the wallpaper and fabric on settee and pillows
round pillows...vintage sofa
Tamar Schechner/Nest Pretty Things Inc
Wallpapered Bedroom closet
Bits of vintage wall paper squares put together
Vintage wallpaper squares pasted like a quilt on the door.
"I got very bored with the closet doors and decided to make use of the vintage wallpaper collection I have, so I adhered them to the door in a patchwork pattern using double sided tape," she says. "I use those doors a lot when I photograph my work for my shops. The white chest was originally dark brown
‘I got very bored with the wardrobe doors and decided to make use of the vintage wallpaper collection I have, so I stuck them to the door in a patchwork pattern using double-sided tape,’ she says. ‘I use those doors a lot when I