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Vintage Makes a Comeback in These Noteworthy Homes
Just like fine wine, some décor is so much more ‘taste-full’ when aged! Vintage designs for your home need not be boring or outdated and to prove it, we’ve selected six home designs that completely master the art of vintage.
1. Amverton Park by Latitude Design
Understated antique-inspired styles like these are almost a given with vintage décor because it creates instant elegance. If your living room has high ceilings, consider installing a standout chandelier to turn up the glamour factor.
A little music for the ears and beautiful art for the eyes! We also love the handsome white wainscoting and refined lampshade chandelier that seamlessly complete this room.
A vintage bedroom in the royal variety fits well with these regal cornice patterns and gold statement pieces.
2. Beverly Heights by Latitude Design
East-meets-west vintage looks are perfect for dining rooms. This Asian-inspired shiny marble, round dinner table is illuminated by an antique-ish European candelabra pendant lamp –and the result is pure gold.
There are always strong and stylish bones with vintage design. This is why you’ll likely see robust structural elements in every room; even this dressing area shows off pretty patterned mouldings.
3. Saujana Impian by Klaas Design & Build
Stately homes take the vintage route for maximum impact; this majestic high-ceiling curtain is the perfect companion to a grand chandelier.
Bored of floral patterns with vintage décor? Try mixing textures with imagery, fabric motifs, and actual flower blooms arranged in wise vases.
4. Semi-D Jade Hills by Dutch Studio
Darker themes are expressed in vintage terms with the addition of modern pieces – notice how this old-school brick wall dials back the edgy feel of the dining area. Note also that vintage design can sometimes fall prey to low energy – try mixing materials or warmer lighting to balance out drab spots.
Vintage homes can be characterised by statement pieces rather than an entire theme. This segment adds rustic charm with an old-timey lodge antler fixture and nostalgic radio.
5. Tasek House by Code Red Studio
[Pic 10] Vintage décor is enhanced by deep tones; rich, velvety surfaces; and if you are in the mood to splurge – a Persian area rug. A living area like this is not only emotionally evocative, but also tremendously comfy.
Stealthy vintage home décor will subtly remind you of your childhood with retro-patterned flooring and time-worn family dinner tables.
6. G Residence by JCS Design Project
Stepping into this ultra-classy living room will undoubtedly evoke imagery of a bright and sunny summer’s day. The floral pattern works magnificently against an all-white backdrop, transforming a modern room into a fresh blast from the past.
Keep it exciting by switching hues when using a central pattern. We like how this dining area infuses various flower shades in small ways with plates, cushions, napkins and chairs.
The floral theme continues in the bedroom with a sleepy lilac bedspread, contrasted against darker drapes to wind down the energy.
There’s so much you can do with vintage design – keep it sophisticated, play up shabby chic charms or even mix it up with other décor styles. The choice is yours, so have it fun with it! However, if you want a professional spin on old-gold vintage shimmer for your home, we’re here to help!
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