6,199 vintage luggage Dining Products
You rarely see these beautiful dessert stands around. This floral tiered cupcake stand is comprised of reclaimed vintage estate china, dating as far back as the 1930s.
I'm not a huge fan of tiered stands because they often come out very clunky, but I do love this concept of a tiered stand using vintage plates. There are so many possibilities for original design with this concept.
Lollypop Lollypop! Re-imagined vintage cafe chair. Vintage bones in today̢���s mod colors. This chair can be bought alone or paired with any of it's matching pieces in different colors. Please contact us to check stock of colors on hand: 3 reds, 3 blues, 3 powder blues, 2 yellows, 2 greens, 1...
Color Pop! Vintage bones re-imagined in today's mod colors. This fabulous set of four bentwood chairs have been artfully painted and re-upholstered in coordinating Marimekko textiles. Set includes one of each chair in Yellow, Green and Red and Blue. Seat is 18" H.
A quick and easy way to make your dining room table mid-century modern is to find a great tablecloth from the era.
Vintage flatware will mix in with odds and ends usually found in summer rentals. It's fun to peruse local flea markets and antique shops for your nest.
Mid-Century Modern oak sideboard with 3 sliding doors and 5 pull out drawers. Storage galore, so use it as a media center or vanity! Newly refinished and ready to make a stylish impression on your living room!
Repeat after me: Use the good stuff! Vintage silver can be a bargain if you don't mind collecting mismatched pieces. And guess what? The best way to prevent silver from tarnishing is to use it often.
Give your stylish midcentury home some midcentury shine with this vintage Crown candleholder designed by Jens Quistgaard. Made in the form of a stylized crown, it can hold 12 skinny tapers or one large ball candle, making it as versatile as it is lovely.
This vintage-inspired iced tea set is so charming, and isn't that the drink of choice for front-porch-sitting?
I wasn't a fan of my school cafeteria lunches, but I fondly remember the stacks of pastel lunch trays. These vintage, compartmentalized trays would be so pretty for storing jewelry on a teenager's vanity.
This ice bucket and glasses caddy looks like it was plucked from the set of Mad Men. It'll add a major splash of glamour to your bar.
Another ice bucket that's just too cool to pass up. I love the shape, and the burst of aqua is a welcome choice for summer.
This 1970s vintage enamel mixing bowl in glowing orange was designed by Raija Uosikkinen for Arabia of Finland, but its clean, elegant design would make it just as suitable for storing lemons on the dining room table or even holding a bouquet of flowers.
Candlesticks are one of my go-to objects for the mantel, and these vintage ones would add so much charm.
This beautiful Janssons Frestelse Swedish ceramic dish designed by Anita Nylund would look as lovely hanging on your wall as art as it would serving hors d'oeuvres at a party.
I love the look and color of these vintage glasses and teacups. They will look nice displayed on open kitchen shelving in a beach home.
When it comes to delicate pieces, milkglass vases are my favorite. Arrange these alone or in a cluster for a powerful statement.
I can't help but think of the sea when looking at these beautiful vases. Their whimsical, natural colors of the water and organic shapes make them truly special.
This collection of vintage glass bottles from The Vintaquarian on Etsy in interesting shapes — square, triangle and flask — look equally good as a group or displayed separately. They'd be great for a tablescape, flowers or desk odds and ends.
Wow, this is a stunner of a dinner plate! Mint green, a swirly garland of gold and a golden rim make this vintage plate a keeper. When it comes to fancy patterned china, I still love the idea of mix and match (which makes vintage dishes ideal).
Afternoon tea is always sweeter with some delicate teacups. I would only want to drink a floral tea out of these.
The Vintage View 18-bottle Wall Mounted Wine Storage Rack makes just the right gift for wine lovers ... including yourself. This rack is made of durable metal in your choice of finishes. It holds up to 18 bottles of wine with full view of the bottle labels so you can easily find what you're looking...
Lollypop Lollypop! Re-imagined vintage cafe chair. Vintage bones in today̢���s mod colors. This chair can be bought alone or paired with any of it's matching pieces in different colors. Please contact us to check stock of colors on hand: 3 reds, 3 blues, 3 powder blues, 2 yellows, 2 greens. Mix...
Summon the look of a bygone era with these vintage dining chairs. The clean lines and minimalist design make this set perfect for a casual dining area. The metal construction and dark finish complete the edgy look of these retro chairs.
The Vintage View 36-Bottle Wall Mounted Storage Rack will display your favorite wines right up against the wall. This storage rack is made of metal and comes in 2 popular finishes Black and Nickel. This wine rack can store up to 36 bottles of wine with full view of the bottle labels so you can...
Tribal Chic! These vintage Neoclassical dining chairs have been reupholstered in vintage ceremonial Kuba cloth from Zaire. Each chair features a different yet coordinating pattern in varying colors of brown, black, and honey. The wood is a dark brown finish with lighter color inlay in front. The...
Large wood bowls can hold mail, keys, wallet contents, remotes, fruit, Christmas cards, magazines, yada, yada, yada. You get the point. Use them in entryways, on desks and coffee tables, or on the kitchen island — wherever piles of clutter tend to gather.
Vases, dishes and other objects are the perfect things to pick up at an antique mall, on eBay, on Etsy or at an estate sale. Wouldn't this vase look beautiful grouped with other white pieces on a dark bookshelf?
The classic lines of a chiavari chair mixed with the rustic wood give a modern spin on this banquet chair.
Nothing says heirloom quite like personalized silverware. And these pieces are all unique in their design, which means everyone will assume you have been lovingly collecting them over time rather than purchasing them online in one fell swoop!
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