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Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Fort Worth, TX: Misty Spencer
Ideabooks1,277
Questions4
no stool area. but clever. it's just a vintage dresser with quartz on top
Vintage dresser with benchtop used as
Top a vintage dresser with quartz to serve as a space-saving kitchen island.
Texas. Around 1,500 miles southwest of Ontario, Gizuk and Arthur have a kindred spirit in Texan Mindy Spencer, who did something similar. She topped a vintage dresser with quartz to serve as her space-saving kitchen island. See the rest of this home
“Color inside cabinets” — kathleenhannon
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Ideabooks8,907
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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
rearranged her place and documented it all for our benefit, the style became ingrained in our brains. Here she pairs vintage tulip-style chairs a reader helped her find on Craigslist with some vintage schoolhouse pieces. Her polished wood floors and crisp white walls keep the look modern.
“modern white chairs with farm table” — nadiam1000
Arciform
9 Reviews
Anne & Richard's 1908 home
Ideabooks2,430
Questions6
A vintage stove mixes with custom made butcher block islands on locking casters to create an eclectic but period appropriate design for this 1908 Portland foursquare style home. Photo by Photo Art Portraits.
Is the hood vintage? If not, where is it from? Well done on this cheerful kitchen.
Love this modern vintage style. Love the warmth and bright happy colors
The stove and ceiling are nice vintage touches.
White vintage stove and white hood.
Tile, vintage feel, warm color scheme, and I love the ceiling
“tin ceiling” — lisawiddowson
gosto design & lifestyle
Eemnes home
Ideabooks3,454
Questions7
Vintage lockers for storage. Used school lockers are a possibility for storage. An unfitted house doesn’t need built-in closets when there are vintage lockers.
gosto design & lifestyleSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Vintage lockers for storage. Used school lockers are a possibility for storage. An unfitted house doesn’t need built-in closets when there are vintage lockers.
vintage locker or two instead of bookshelf, for coat, shoe storage???
Interiors need contrast. Vintage school lockers provide the perfect counterpoint for minimalist contemporary pieces here.
Vintage lockers for storage. Used
Used school lockers are a possibility for storage. An unfitted house doesn’t need built-in closets when there are vintage lockers.
“the lockers, color and floor” — abmartin1
Brooke Ulrich
Vintage Girl's Nursery
Ideabooks2,483
Questions2
A little to lacy but I like the vintage neutrals
Vintage style! Love!
baby bedding vintage
beautiful Vintage look
LOVE the vintage look!
Vintage Girl's Nursery
Vintage and dainty...vintage colors
“Lace, Colors and the antique look!” — tiffany627
Alison Damonte Design
Palo Alto Eichler
Ideabooks1,765
Questions3
Add a quirky planter. Done with that umbrella stand? Tuck a plant pot in there for an instant transformation. Or take a funky vintage find, like an elephant-shaped stool, and use it as a plant stand beside the front door. It’s sure to make guests (and you) smile.
Add a quirky planter. Done with that umbrella stand? Tuck a plant pot in there for an instant transformation. Or take a funky vintage find, like an elephant-shaped stool, and use it as a plant stand beside the front door. It’s sure to make guests (and you) smile. 2. Paint your door
1. Add a quirky planter. Done with that umbrella stand? Tuck a plant pot in there for an instant transformation. Or take a funky vintage find, like an elephant-shaped stool, and use it as a plant stand beside the front door. It’s sure to make guests (and you) smile.
“Hauseingangsidee! Oben offen- passt zum Durchgang bei Opa in den Garten!” — martinast
Lola Nova
summer lounge
Ideabooks3,324
Questions4
giving new life to old stuff mid-century modern office chair in burnt orange, desk freshened with new paint, and a vintage dogwood blossom tablecloth as curtain!
It is a vintage chair made by the Good Form co. 1959. The only thing I can find as a clue to model is SL2011232. I found it on the side of the road many years ago.
Thanks, Lily. It reminded me of a vintage tablecloth I had, but this one is even prettier. Great idea book; it was almost community service.
maybe go vintage on the kids office chairs. Thinking the ones with the back to the door should have a cool back and the one facing the door, a cool front and more
linens taking up space in your kitchen to good use, or show off that darling vintage tablecloth you found at the flea market.
“Cute way to take advantage of window space!” — mccombd
Optimise Design
5 Reviews
Leixlip
Ideabooks1,078
Questions2
We had the table made. We bought a vintage suitcase. The legs are from Ikea and an electrician fitted the lights.
Vintage Luggage converted to vanity!! Too cool!!
sourced a vintage suitcase from a secondhand store, lined it with fabric, and attached legs from Ikea. An electrician helped install the lights.
DIY Dressing Table This ingenious dressing table was made for a TV show. The subject: illustrating how design can improve your everyday life. How it was made: Optimise Design sourced a vintage suitcase from a secondhand store, lined it
How it was made: Optimise Design sourced a vintage suitcase from
Love the use of vintage luggage
dressing table was made for a TV show. The subject: illustrating how design can improve your everyday life.How it was made: Optimise Design sourced a vintage suitcase from a secondhand store, lined it with fabric, and attached legs from Ikea. An electrician helped install the lights.Why it works: Remember
“dressing table” — dibek
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