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A vintage lace tepee is step one in creating your own traveling caravan of cool. Or the makings for a decadent photo booth and party installation.
Add a simple vintage vase to your collection. I would fill it with a single cut sprig and place it on my work desk to enjoy all day.
Vintage Vase #347, White
This vintage wood cheese board would be a great gift, especially with a trio of brie, bleu and cheddar.
An essential for entertaining, this ice bucket adds a fun retro touch that's perfect for summer or any time of year.
Vintage Ice Bucket
This copper and brass bowl would be an ideal accent on a bar cart or on a side table styled with a little fern peeking out. Every room needs some greenery, and the planters are equally as important as the plants.
This ottoman has a rough-and-tumble charm that makes it a natural for the family room, kids' room or cabin. Covered in durable burlap — complete with telltale markings — it’s perfect for putting your feet up, and would make a handy stool or side table (with the addition of a tray).
This industrial-looking adjustable iron chair may not be the most comfortable in the world, but it's so handsome.
Vintage Iron Office Chair
The illustrations in this book are charming. I also love that it comes with a record, so you can hear the music and sing along.
Anglophiles rejoice! These coasters are a fun colorful way to bring a little more union jack into your living space.
Add comfort and style to your baby's mealtime with this high chair cover. Great for keeping germs and cold steel at bay during grocery shopping, this adds style to your home space as well as your out-and-about life.
Store your tea, coffee or sugar in one of these old-school swing-top glass jars. They're clear, so there's no need to label them.
Vintage Storage Jar, Blue
Back in the day, Carlos Falchi designed for emerging rock stars; now he's a superstar in his own right. This pillow, custom-crafted from a vintage Falchi silk scarf, will add brilliant flower power to your favorite setting.
This vanity table is vintage. It is actually a combination of clear glass and colored Lucite and dates back to the ‘80s. I think it is rather smart looking, and I would definitely be tempted to use it as a night table instead of a vanity in a contemporary room.
Vintage paintings are one of my favorite ways to bring art into a room. You can frequently find them for under $100, and under $200 for slightly larger pieces. Look for interesting portraits, land and seascapes, still lifes or anything that catches your eye — even a funky paint by number. I think...
The chip and dip may sound so outdated and hopelessly un-chic, yet the simplicity of this wood chip and dip sets it apart from the cheesy designs. I'd be proud to serve my guacamole in this dish.
Nothing says autumn like a maple leaf. This vintage tray is perfect for candy or nuts or on a fall table as a wine caddy. Adding little understated details like this around your home make it really feel like a new season.
You can embellish your own white curtains, quilts or pillows with pom-pom trim. I love a classic navy: it's a more grown-up color for such a whimsical trim.
Weathered wood gives a nod to this season like no other textured element can do. This dough bowl is a beauty with lots of decor opportunities.
I adore this for a boy's room. I love to go over the top in kids rooms, especially ones with themes.
Zebra hide and Venetian mirror add up to a bit of unbeatable glamour in your dressing room. It's not for everyone, but it's definitely an elegant choice for those who are lucky enough to sit at a dressing table.
I love a classic foo dog, but this brass version is a cool update. I picture it styled on a stack of favorite reads in a bookcase.
Accent your favorite setting with vintage Venetian glass. This beautiful bowl, hand blown on the island of Murano, is a striking example of the gorgeous color and lush design that makes these collectibles so highly sought.
There's nothing more homey than vintage snowshoes adorning a wall. They're great statement pieces for an entry.
This vintage hat pin would look stunning pinned on a pillow, instead of a hat. It's very charming and from my favorite Etsy store.
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