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Preppies value family heirlooms, so it comes as no surprise that vintage and antique pieces are highly coveted. Louis Vuitton luggage is no exception, and in fact, these are often stacked and used as side tables.
This is a perfectly sweet pair for a sweet space. I love frilly guest rooms because they make me feel so comfortable, and I could imagine this lamp pair flanking a bed done up with ruffly white linens. These would also be a sweet addition to a little girl's room or nursery.
I love vintage sculptural items around the house because they add personality and visual interest to a pile of books or table decor. This vintage oil can could also double as a vase.
Although this vintage globe of the constellations does not light up like most modern ones, it would be a great, unique conversation piece in any room.
I am also collecting vintage tablecloths, and this one fits my kitchen colors. I sometimes even use these as kitchen curtains.
A bit of a conversation piece, this furry footstool is sure to keep feet warm and comfortable without giving up style. I love the nail head detailing.
If you consider your favorite perfume to be a magical substance of seduction and allure, doesn’t it deserve a decanter as special as this? Made of vintage mercury glass with all the imperfections beautifully intact, it’s a unique, elegant addition to your dressing table.
I always love vintage science books like this one. The colors and images are so detailed and bright — perfect for kids.
This is a sweet sentiment to grow on. Try arranging a gallery mixture of vintage art, family pictures and other pieces.
Spin a globe and see where your finger lands to decide your next destination! Well, perhaps not, but at least a globe like this will help you dream.
Large Vintage Globe
How darling are these egg cups? They're perfect for storing festive pine cones, and they would make for an extra special breakfast featuring simple poached eggs.
This vintage Christmas Postcard platter is perfect for displaying Christmas cookies, or even a letter to Santa.
This vintage wood cheese board would be a great gift, especially with a trio of brie, bleu and cheddar.
Ceramic horse head bookends for your bookshelves can serve double-duty: They will hold your books in place and add a bit of decorative style. I love the white and gray combination for a shelving unit with black shelves.
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.
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.
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...
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.
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.
A vintage green glass flower frog is not only useful for arranging flowers, but it looks pretty on a bookshelf, too.
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