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These storage accessories have a vintage feel, are made of wood and are wrapped in linen with metal finishes. They're very elegant.
Add a touch of old school chic with this vintage-style desk. It would be perfect in a child's room or even off to the side in a nook or playroom.
The aged finish on this bed is gorgeous, and would work in a casual room or mixed with more formal elements.
Ahh, the French styling of this headboard has my heart. The limed wood gives it such an elegant feel.
Polished Chrome Cup Pull
Create a vintage, collected-over-time sense in a kitchen. When a design like this hasn't been changed in over a hundred years, you get a bit of instant age for a new kitchen.
Mercury glass is so pretty and feminine. I would use this in a dressing room or powder room where the ceilings aren't high enough for a chandelier. You get the sparkle without the large size!
Modeled after vintage French iceboxes, this substantial piece is made to last — and act as a statement piece. I have a soft spot in my heart for this for a few reasons: I used to work for Williams-Sonoma Home; I love Berthillon ice cream in Paris; and I used to have a vintage icebox in my son's...
For a true media space, you can't go wrong with a suite. Keep the shape traditional, and accessorize it with books, baskets and plants — keep the movies and controllers hidden.
Some would call this floor lamp vintage, but vintage is really the new modern these days. I love the vintage masculinity of the lamp, and the price is fabulous.
Decorate your home with a handsome pendulum clock finished with a vintage look. The movement of its swinging pendulum will enchant as it keeps you abreast of the time.
Everyone needs a bit of wanderlust hanging on their walls. This would do for me. This print of Paris is beyond enchanting and magical.
This elegant console table looks like a dreamy find from a French flea market. It's beautiful marble top is supported by intricate ironwork. Use it as a console table in an entryway or as a sideboard in a small dining room.
Marble Console Table
This armoire is not only the perfect storage piece for bedroom linens and clothing, but a useful mirror as well.
I can't remember the last time I chose a bath over showering, but that would change instantly if I could slip into this early twentieth century French reproduction fireclay tub.
Paris Bath with Feet
I love locker baskets, but finding a vintage set that actually matches can be a tough task. These are a great size.
A contemporary glamorous chair that takes a Louis and gives it a big twist. This chair will add Parisian flair to any room in your home.
A bridge faucet is such a traditional and classic style, and this one from Perrin & Rowe is a perfect case in point. I'd pair it with a farmhouse-style sink to complete the look.
Keep essentials on-hand and clearly labeled with this set of canisters. I'm crazy for the script and vintage-inspired design.
Streamline Canister Set
A stack of books can be a comforting sight, and this vintage book bundle are no exception. They will add character to any guest room, shelf or office.
Bring sunshine to your home with a sunny, yellow Provencal Urn. With the look of a vintage Mediterranean piece, these urns are hand rubbed so the natural stoneware underneath shows through. Use one in the center of a table filled with flowers or branches or group several urns for a dramatic...
I'm a sucker for red and white kitchens. This pedestal table, paired with red chairs, would look beautiful. It might not be vintage, but it has the right look.
When the time comes for your little one to guard his own schedule, consider these vintage-inspired desktop clocks. Who wants the pressure of digital exactness? Let your child tell time the old fashioned with these old-school analog wonders.
This clawfoot tub mixer comes in both a wall mount option and a floor/deck mount option, and multiple finishes. It's perfect if you're looking for that vintage look - fixtures like make a room,
This is a solid cast brass bulkhead light that once lived on a ship. Bringing vintage pieces into your space will create visual interest, as well as create conversation. Don't be afraid to mix metals, as these brass pieces will still work in a kitchen with stainless steel.
It might be rare to use a typewriter, but I think it'd be sweet to jot a note to a friend now and then on this vintage piece. Bonus: When I'm not using it, it's still quite stylish.
I am in love with the color and vintage look of this settee. I like it for an office or an entryway.
These vintage, turned wood candleholders look like they have illuminated many evenings over the years. Consider forming a collection of similar vintage items. The repetition has more impact than the occasional one-off piece, and the effect on a space can be transformative.
A calming powder blue is such a great color choice for the kitchen, the epicenter of the house where breakfasts are both rushed and enjoyed leisurely.
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