The vintage style is making quite the comeback as of lately, especially when one talks about home decor. Today, Paris Design Agenda will take a look at some of the best vintage style trends that are bound to gain popularity in the next couple of months. These vintage decorating ideas actually cross magnificently with other design styles, such as contemporary and classic. These trends create layered spaces that have plenty of personality and loads of charm, so here are five design trends you ought to introduce to your own home interior design.
Make a killer first impression with an entrance that makes quite the statement. There are plenty of other places in your home to focus on accessibility and comfort, so dial up the formality and pack a major style punch in smaller spaces that will see lots of traffic and plenty of visitors. A glossy red door and sleek console table keep the faux-marble floors from feeling stuffy, while the floor’s oversized pattern makes the narrow space feel larger.
Botti modern chandelier instantly takes us into a music concert starring Chris Botti. Although it is mostly a modern styled lighting design, it is the perfect piece to add into a vintage home atmosphere. Embrace old-school glamour in the dining room with an antique chandelier that throws and catches light in equal measure. Hang the chandelier sky-high above your table for a more modern feel, or pair it with more natural elements, like a seagrass rug, to dress it down.
Whether you inherited silver from your great aunt or have racked up your own collection of oyster plates from your own antiquing adventures, it’s time to brush the dust off and pull them out of the cabinets in which you’re so carefully storing them. Like hand-me-down jewellery or family heirlooms, vintage collections are meant to be seen and enjoyed, plus they’re instant character builders in any space.
Vintage is coming back! Dark wood panelling is coming back into style. Whether it’s original to the home or something that’s added later, dark wood injects rooms with an old-soul warmth that’s difficult to replicate with paint alone.
From velvet to leather and linen, there are so many options when it comes to fabrics. With all of the available stain-and-spill-proof treatments and high-end indoor/outdoor fabrics on the market these days, there’s no reason to save the luxe fabrics for the spaces you only use on special occasions.
Source: Vintage Industrial Style