The vintage headboard in this guest bedroom was spray-painted in matte gray to give it a graphic look against the bright white walls. Simple white bedding highlights the red and white striped throw, while chunky timber bedside tables provide a large surface for a guest to keep books, phones and knick-knacks. The tall white lamps were chosen to balance the tall windows and trimmed with red velvet ribbon for a custom look.
Designers of this small kitchen had an added challenge: Homeowners who didn't see eye to eye stylewise. He liked all things modern; she adored vintage charm. Starting with a white base, designers were then able to layer in chef-grade, modern appliances and pretty vintage accents, keeping all parties happy.
Designers looked for the brightest colors and the boldest textures they could find when creating this cozy cottage dining room. Brightly colored antique glassware gives the space a vintage feeling, while gold flatware and accents make the design pop. A bold pink chevron covers all the chairs and adds a funky element to the space, while the geode napkin holder helps to add a unique texture.
This dining room relies on a few well-placed bold choices, including a gorgeous vintage chandelier, vibrant fabric for the dining chairs and a geometric arrangement of Chagall lithographs that create another focal point. A large vintage mirror adds glamour and enlarges the room.
This modern NYC apartment has a unique and eclectic feel with a soft gray upholstered sectional sofa, driftwood coffee table, custom console table, midcentury modern vintage gold mirrors, and a black and white pop art accent wall.
Two stylistically different backsplashes are used in the vintage-inspired kitchen. Behind the stove are teal-blue vertical tiles extending to the ceiling, while the adjacent wall features dark gray penny-round and is finished with bone white grout to accent the shape of the tiles.
This contemporary-styled living room features natural wood and leather furniture and accessories with industrial accents to give the room a homey, lived-in look and feel. The unique planters, hung from roped pulleys, and vintage letters as well art contribute to the sense of do-it-yourself naturalism to the space.
Both current and timeless, this bedroom in a stone cottage looks like a cozy wintertime retreat. The barn door brings an Old World feel, but its crisp white paneling provides a contemporary update. The steel bed is custom-made, and the utilitarian bench is made from a vintage blanket.
Add bubbly and metal accents for an instant update to a bar cart when entertaining. Here, interior designer Jade Joyner, co-owner of Metal + Petal in Athens, Ga., paired a foxtail fern in a gold pot with vintage-looking amber decanters. For height and an eclectic accent, she selected a larger decanter with a brass bug cap.
An arch of mirrors surround this vanity for easy viewing and a bright, reflective feel. A vintage stool is perfect for the feminine feel. The white marble floor is echoed by a marble accent strip above the vanity countertop. A pair of lamps and small flower pots creates a mirrored look for the decoration.
This boy's nursery ditches blue for a more daring black and white color scheme. A chevron stripe throw ties to a graphic rug. A vintage armless rocking chair sits next to a five-foot tall stuffed giraffe wearing a hat and necktie.
This eclectic master bedroom features light gray walls paired with purple and green accents, like the bedside lamps and two ottomans at the foot of the bed. A white vintage mirror adds a timeless touch, while a striped area rug and hardwood floors finish the look of the space.
The kitchen of this 1900-era Victorian home was in desperate need of an upgrade. The homeowners wanted to keep the vintage feel of the home, so designers used wood trim and shutters to give the kitchen some of the charm of the rest of the house. To help maintain the classic feel of the home, an accent wall was created using wallpaper. The overall effect is reminiscent of cottage charm.