Attempting to define “Vintage Interior Design,” it is a style of decorating the insides of your house on the pattern of what the glamour used to be like in the 1940’s era. Many of us are mistaken to form an assumption on hearing the name “vintage” as something that is now obsolete and belongs to sometime in the past. The past, however, can be linked to a specific period, and that is the end of Second World War II. The designs under these types are elegant, awfully antique, and reflect a graceful time in the history of influences.
If you are a movie aficionado, you will find the vintage setting in many Hollywood flicks having houses, bars, even colleges with vintage interior designs. One needs to notice the soft colors, a fantastic array of fabrics used to pick up ideas for their own dream house and execute it in a way that masters both the look and the original concept together in the most beautiful form.
There are several ways where you can create a perfect palette that gives birth to an exemplary makeover, as Vintage involves a plethora of mix and match of different kinds of elements/ props that could create the same raw. Yet, classy look of the past, don’t forget to team them with the right color background, a subtle lemon yellow or green wallpaper or the forever favorite white desk with crystal clear glasses, etc., they would give you a modern touch to the ambiance. At the same time, a cafe chair, scribble on the opposite, etc. wall would account for the vintage look. For instance, the following are a few ideas that’ll help you achieve an impressive look of all times:
Do it, Scandinavian style!
One can choose to use wishbone chairs, patterned drapes, colorful couches, tulip tables, etc., in a prearranged pattern to make a clean, fresh way of presenting the vintage look with a modern touch. The new fabric and fresh wall paints would give the obsolete, antique furniture a new look, a combination you have dying to achieve!
- Repose industrial pieces to give birth to a new set of mixed elements. Your very own creativity would play a significant role here, for what could be the scrap material lying in your basement may transform into a classic showpiece hanging in the living area. Build up the glass a window that lets the natural lights sweep into the room, and modern wooden furniture adds on to the “wow” factor, maintaining the contemporary work of art in its balance.
- Brick walls in the current scenario are the new vintage modern. One barely has to make any huge achievement to achieve this look, just an old material painted with a fresh, bright shade of paints, and you are good to go!
- Last but not least, team up this entire set with the right vintage lamps, antique cabinets that’ll make up for everything that was missing in your interiors.