Vintage décor is becoming increasingly popular, especially amongst women. The mix of pretty floral fabrics sitting alongside peaceful and gentle colour palettes creates a style which is drenched in femininity and charm. This style isn't just for older women, young professional with an eye for fashion are also using this gorgeous motif, bringing it up-to-date with the creature comforts we've become so accustomed to.
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The bedroom is one room where vintage really shows it's style. Lace and frills can be used to adorn beds; jewellery can be used as wall displays, all enhanced by muted pastels, ivories or creams.
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With the resurgence of claw foot baths, relaxing 'me' time is a must for any busy woman. Surrounded by gentle lighting and fluffy towels 'me' time becomes a real indulgence.
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Vintage living rooms allow for plenty of self-expression without losing the mainstay essential of chintz fabrics, feminine colours and floral wallpapers.
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Some may find too much cream and pretty pinks a little too much to bear in a kitchen, however, as long as the room has a feminine backdrop you can add vintage pieces, such as bone china tea cups to give the room a cosy and homely look.
Simple additions of a antique style table and a strategically placed floral tote bag may be all that's needed to give an entrance a charming vintage vibe.
Hallways are a great place to display old family photographs – if they're black and white or sepia that's even better.
Calming cream and ivories are ideal for vintage dining rooms. You don't have to have a grandiose polished dining room table to get the look, a white painted one will work equally as well.
Give your guest room a vintage look by crossing the genders by using creams and browns so that it will accommodate men guests too.
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Keep your passion for vintage running outside as well. Iron-work table and chairs are perfect pieces for either patio or lawn.