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This vintage style sign is a great gift for your favorite hostess who loves to brings friends and family together. We all wind up hanging out in the kitchen at parties anyway, so why not embrace it?
This hand-tufted wool rug adds a beautiful energy to any space it occupies. Perfect for adding a softness and funky-vintage vibe in a nursery or child's room. Available in custom cuts, you can get exactly what you want.
Utilizing pop culture and vintage illustrations, Leanda Xavian's prints have a subtle elegance which would suit a pastel nursery beautifully.
Faded light, a vintage dress, pigtails and watermelon — this piece calls to mind the simple pleasures of a small town summer.
You can't beat the price of this classic campaign-style side table. Even if you don't like the color, you can paint it gold or white or any color you fancy. I have seen many more expensive versions of this table in fine New Orleans homes.
Side Table, Bordeaux
You might want to go all out and invest in a vintage Lucite dining table. It would really keep your dining space open and airy.
Lucite Dining Table
This is another item I already own. It's an elegant way to keep time, so much prettier than a digital alarm clock.
The French armchairs in the idea photo have an interesting back (they are covered in vintage silk ikat). This chair with the oval cut out could be the take-away.
I like this black and white checkerboard look for a vintage country farmhouse kitchen floor. It reminds me of yesteryear.
These vintage-inspired birds perched on the counter would add some serious glam to the coffeemaker and toaster.
For some reason this cart makes "Roll Out the Beerball, we'll have a beerball of fun..." run through my head. It has vintage industrial style, and the wheels allow you to roll it to wherever you're serving cocktails.
Loft Bar Cart
Did Aunt Edna forget to name you in her will to receive all her prized antiques? No need to worry, you can still have the look of vintage or antique furniture for your own home. This darling Marche Cabinet with its reclaimed hardwood top, will work well in an entry, powder room or any little nook...
I love vintage throwback fixtures, especially when they don't try too hard and are fun and humorous. I may be way off, but this says stylish 70's Miami apartment to me. I'm seriously considering these for my powder room.
These frameless mirrors are so elegant. They would look pretty in a powder room, or perhaps over your dressing table.
Take a walk on the wild side with this bright pattern. My parents were (are) hippies, and I can totally see them choosing this set if they had to do it all over again. It has a stylish, vintage vibe that would suit any flower child.
This table provides a big dose of vintage modern style to any room. Its top provides wood patina, its base the shine of metal and the X-shape.
I love furniture that rolls! This bookshelf would be an ideal piece in a home or a nightstand in a bedroom loft. It would even work as a side table in the living room. Wherever you put it, it will add some industrial style to the mix, giving the room a vintage modern look.
Club chairs like these vintage French ones always look best in pairs. I think these would look equally at home in a cozy den, family room or home office.
This vintage chest has lots of little drawers that little hands would love exploring. I'd use it as a craft/toy chest and put puzzle pieces, crayons, stickers and little activity games inside.
I've never owned one, but I've always had a thing for vintage schoolhouse clocks. They're nostalgic and industrial, and fun to pair with more modern, chic pieces.
I don't even have a land line any longer, but I think one of these telephones would look just as good sitting on a shelf as it would in use.
The clean lines and tapered legs of this piece give it a mid-century feel, which can look great in any space. I also love the subtle detailing of the vintage-inspired pulls and feet.
A simple collection of vintage ice cream scoops is elevated to art in this photo by Laura Ruth. It would make a particularly cheerful addition to the kitchen.
This Heywood Wakefield vintage table is a great transitional piece because it can expand and retract. I really like the smooth lines on it.
Vintage Mademoiselle covers from the 1930s are simply too too charming. The drawing style of Helen Jameson Hall has experienced a resurgence lately, as we feel nostalgic for a time where everyone had better manners and white gloves were a wardrobe staple.
It can be hard to commit to only one fixture by Niche Modern. With this customizable canopy, you can create a modern chandelier that is 100% to your preferences.
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