41,501 vintage trunk Products
It's not often that space efficiency and luxury go together, but this mobile trunk not only incorporates an entire vanity, it's also gorgeously crafted inside and out in leather, suede and coated fabric.
This dining table looks like it belongs in a gorgeous antique cabin in the middle of the woods. I love that type of rustic look.
This table runner would be just beautiful for a dinner party. I love the soft sky blue and the bold pattern.
I like to keep sweets around the house — if not for eating, for just looking sweet and colorful. These are original French jam jars so they have true vintage appeal. Lidless, they would look lovely with a short bouquet of full flowers.
These vintage planters have a ton a character. Since the labels can vary, they would look great mix and matched, used as a planter or as storage on your porch or patio. Another idea would be to create a great centerpiece with fruit on an outdoor table - seems fitting with the pear theme.
A cheeky reminder of how to craft a complete meal, this tea towel looks sharp either on the wall or over the shoulder while cooking.
I have this table. I found it on Craigslist at a steal. I can't wait to use it for upcoming get-togethers.
I'm one of those people who actually prefers a mirror to a medicine cabinet. For some reason I find that I never put anything I actually use in a medicine cabinet...so why bother?
Add a collection of vintage frames for a one-of-a-kind look. Not only will they bring interest to your wall, but you can arrange them and change them out as you please. You could also add a bit of whimsy by hanging an object inside the open frame.
The possible uses for a big, hand-blown glass jar are endless in a laundry space. You might begin a loose change collection, a rock collection, a crayon collection — you see where I'm going with this, right? Or, you could throw every lone sock into it, so that you won't find one as soon as you toss...
My favorite "In" bin is this vintage-inspired piece from Olive Manna. It's the perfect combination of farmhouse and industrial.
The classic shape of a pendant lamp finished in a deep shade of emerald green matte enamel is perfect for indoor use.
Maybe it's because my entire family is from Kentucky, but I love mint julep cups, especially vintage sets like this one. They look so great running down a table as a decorative centerpiece. As an added bonus, you can drink out of them when you aren't using them as vases!
These are great heavy duty baskets that I would keep in the bathroom as place to stack toilet paper.
Astronomy is one of the oldest sciences, and this vintage print of constellations is a great reminder that past generations have been mapping the skies for centuries.
Make a statement in your little chalet with this stunning, vintage Danish Modern lounge chair. Gently restored (repainted its original black), it only needs is a seat cushion to be ready for long evenings lounging with company.
Who knew a mirrored dresser could have a quilted finish? This dresser is actually from 1940s France and brings some history along with it. I would love to showcase this beauty right in my foyer with a silver gilded mirror right above it. Just watch out for the finish, as mirror scratches and chips...
I'm in LOVE with these vintage Suzani Pillows from Jayson Home - they add color and texture to any room...and a bit of the well-traveled look.
Fabric wall stickers are my favorite. They're more durable and easier to remove and reposition than other decals. This way, your child's growth chart can actually "grow" with you, wherever you may go.
We love the classic shape of this country farm sink we have used it in a farm setting kitchen to great effect, mounted on a basic frame. Great in a utility room or mudroom as well.
Keep the fun and the food going all night with this classic electric popcorn cart. It's perfect for Game Night or Movie Night, and your friends will always want to come hang out at your house. That's a good thing, we promise!
I love the combination of vintage hot air balloons and old world maps depicted on this textile. Throw pillows, window treatments or seat cushions would all be fun in this fabric.
Pretty birds cut from maps — I love this garland and think it would look great in a library or study.
I have to admit, my dream is to have two of these in my living room. The look of natural and gnarled driftwood side table bases brings an organic element into the room, and they are downright sculptural.
I'm thinking of using this red, white and blue vintage plaid wool blanket on my son's bed. The color scheme is perfect for a nautical themed room.
This rug caught my attention because of the vibrant colors and textures. It's so visually appealing and it's at the top of my list.
Every kitchen needs a charming French touch. This 100-percent cotton grain sack features an intricate vintage print that makes it look like you've inherited it from the French grandparents you wish you had.
This vintage wash linen bumper will take your breath away. Made from the softest linen available, your baby will cuddle up and coo at every rest time. With garment-dyed and washed (and therefore much softer) fabric, you can create a classic and elegant space for your baby.
Vintage plates and sherbert dishes are used to construct these whimsical pedestals. Limited edition; each one is unique.
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