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Cottage Industry
Dining Room
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Love the old crates used for displaying vintage items
Vintage furniture (or, in this case, reproduction vintage furniture) tends to be smaller than its contemporary counterparts, which makes it perfect for decorating your cottage. In spaces where every inch counts, smaller is definitely better.
Vintage furniture (or, in this case,
reproduction vintage furniture) tends to be smaller than its contemporary counterparts, which makes it perfect for decorating your cottage. In spaces where every inch counts, smaller is definitely better.
“What a cute whimsical idea of using crates to display plates, cups,etc. Could change out for the sea” — janiceneil
A Beach Cottage
Vintage Coastal Beachy Nightstand Bedside
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If you love vintage furniture and well-worn finishes, revamping an old piece with some spare paint is just the project for you. Choose any colour you wish (although sorbet
Love a bit of vintage beach
Revamp tired furnitureIf you love vintage furniture and well-worn finishes, revamping an old piece with some spare paint is just the project for you. Choose any colour you wish (although
14. Feminine elementsFeminine and delicate – vintage furniture in alabaster makes the room elegant and timeless. Just a hint of pastel blue adds softness while the coir rug anchors the room.
“Shabby amazingness” — blstroth
Domicile Interior Design
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Domicile id
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Lots of vintage metal sculptures including a similar one can be found at groovywares.com
It looks like a vintage Steelcase chair. Can be found on your local Craigslist
pay for it, you're stuck with it. • Never use a wire transfer or escrow service to pay. It goes without saying, but don't pay until you have your furniture in hand. • Never feel pressured to buy something you're not sure about, even if you trekked out to see it. If you don't like it, simply thank the
Craigslist tips and tricks? Share your successes and missteps in the Comments section below. More:7 Favorite Vintage Furniture Sites7 More Places to Get Your Vintage FixSpot a Vintage-Furniture Steal
or consider installing a power outlet on the floor under your desk. More: Style Update: How to Give Your Home a Vintage Flair
“Sculpture” — pltldy
Sarah Greenman
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Fort Worth, TX: Misty Spencer
Ideabooks4,487
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black and white stripes on furniture makes it pop
the look of my furniture pieces.
Love the vintage Love seat painted
line a cupboard in wild, printed fabric. A few tweaks here and there can mean the difference between a piece’s looking vintage chic and just looking used.
Update vintage furniture with painted legs or stripesWhat might look like a fussy old dark-wood-framed sofa in the thrift store could be incredibly
Update vintage furniture with painted legs or stripes. What might look like a fussy old dark-wood-framed sofa in the thrift store could be incredibly chic with its frame
A vintage sofa like the one shown here might have looked like a fussy, old wood-framed sofa when Grandma dropped it off. But because you are confident of its
“sofa” — laiqh
Elad Gonen
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bathroom
Ideabooks6,215
Questions7
What is this furniture piece used for the vanity?
turn vintage furniture into a vanity -- I also love the repeat from the floor tile to the backsplash, and referenced in the stencilled glass doors
would like to use a rustic piece of furniture for a vanity
to cut holes in the surface for a drop-in sink and faucet, as well as retrofit drawers to make room for the water supply. See more on turning vintage furniture into vanities
6. Furniture vanities. You can repurpose a fabulous piece of furniture you already own or a flea market find into a unique vanity. If you are even a little handy, you can use one of the many
“Awesome repurpose of the hutch for a bathroom application.” — jamiegarofolo
Hilda Grahnat
Hilda's House
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Display your vintage collections, hide your unattractive
Love the use of vintage cans
Would love touch of vintage like this display
dead space can create a fabulous focal point and is a handy tip for smaller rooms where vintage furniture may not already be part of the decor.
to a rental kitchen is by building a collection of vintage tins. This kind of storage looks too good to be hidden inside a cupboard and creates a homely feel that is as practical as it is pretty. Use on open shelves or on worktops and if the vintage look is not your thing, opt for minimal glass Kilner
awkward spaceMake the most of unused or awkward storage spaces by using them to showcase your vintage items. Stick to a theme such as hats, books, tins, jars or pictures to create a simple, yet effective, vintage look without cluttering up practical living space. Making use of what would normally be dead
“colours” — candicegoetzinger
SFGIRLBYBAY
sfgirlbybay
Ideabooks9,146
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I'm sure it was a vintage find, knowing how Victoria rolls, I would try searching "vintage blackboard" on Etsy and eBay to find a similar piece.
1) Vintage will make a comeback. According to Dwell Candy designer Victoria Solomon, “I think we’re going to see a huge movement towards vintage and one-of-a-kind pieces. Things that will last for years to come, since the style of these pieces have already lasted for 50+ years.” This vintage dining
Make a statement piece of furniture the starThe beauty and curse of most vintage furniture is that it is often worn and, in most cases, one of a kind. Though you may find some matching pieces, it’s unlikely you’ll be able to find an entire suite of furniture to match your vintage theme. Luckily, in spaces
“Chalkboard” — ach88
Vintage Renewal
Loft shots
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Hi there! It's a vintage piece, but you can google Chesterfield Style Ottoman's and will probably find something similar online. Good luck!
Like everything else in the photo - it's a vintage piece.
It's Vintage alright! I sadly sold it to a photographer awhile back and regretted it as soon
soon as I let it go. It was a great piece! Thanks for your inquiry! xo Vintage Renewal
Vintage glam. velvet is always glam, even when a bit faded!
ornate sofa – especially a vintage one – can really add to the ambience of a room. This pink buttoned design makes an effortless centrepiece in this arty, eclectic space, and is perfect for solo reading or chatting à deux.
Slip in a few vintage piecesVintage furniture is a short-cut to a lived-in
“Colors” — Rachel Beaudine
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