Vintage furniture has been steadily rising in popularity in recent years as it gives you a chance to get something that is truly unique for your home. However, if your interiors are quite modern, then you may find it difficult to find a piece that fits your décor.
Luckily, there is a lot of inspiration out there if you’re trying to blend vintage and modern styles in your home. You can find ideas in various different places, from pictures on Pinterest to the work of famed interior designers, which you can use to inform your design choices. However, sifting through all of that content online can be tiring, so we’ve compiled a list of some of our favourite ways to incorporate vintage pieces into your modern interiors.
Although you may think that for a piece to look good in a room it must blend in perfectly, sometimes a harsh contrast of themes can give a charming and interesting look to your interiors. Interior designers such as David Hicks are renowned for their ability to juxtapose old and new styles, so take some inspiration and develop a truly unique look for your room.
The traditional chesterfield sofa has soared in popularity recently due to its timelessly stylish look and unmatched construction and quality. Although they do have quite an old-fashioned look, they look right at home in even the most modern of interiors. Brand new chesterfield sofas can be pricy but getting a good deal on a vintage one is not uncommon and could really elevate your room.
Although your room and furniture may have a modern style, a collection of vintage ornaments could really change the look of the room and give it some character. Doing this means that you don’t have to fully commit to a vintage aesthetic whilst allowing you to experiment with adding some interesting and unique elements to your room.
Vintage pieces allow you to try out different styles and see what works for you. Often vintage pieces can be found for quite cheap, so switching them out and experimenting is made incredibly easy. Effectively combining styles in a room can be difficult to pull off, but a considered and well thought out effort can really set apart a room and make it special.