Back-dated to classic and antique style, a living room could be well-blended in these modern days. In addition, it is a popular trend to decorate a unique living room nowadays. Let’s play a trick and twist your living room to your grandparents’ era.
1) Pick the right furniture
To infuse a feeling of vintage, it is crucial to choose your fixtures and room accessories wise. For example, an ornate glass table lamp, floral vases or an armchair coupled with floral cushion could be nice to make up the vintage vibe. Do occasionally check out the garage sales or flea markets. They are where you can get the antiques in bargain price. However, you should care all the things that you have bought must be perfectly matched with each other. A few is enough to add a touch to your vintage living room. You must understand that quantity never matters more than quality.
2) Choose the perfect wallpaper
Another relatively cheap element, to doll up your vintage room, is the wallpaper. Instantly, you could see how retro wallpaper would recreate the look and feel of your living room. To reiterate, quantity never matters more than quality. Do it on one wall and paint the others with the complimentary palette. Moreover, various lighting or wall paint would lend your living room to different atmospheres. It could be a feminine, masculine or hippie decor Whatever styles you decide, be it shabby chic or the Victorian, it is important to harmonize the color in your aged living room.
3) Decorate with style
Besides, nothing is more brilliant than using vintage components to widen your room space. A bookcase is another must-exist thing to complete the vintage living place. If it is a built-into-wall bookshelf, you could paint the interior space with a light hue so that people could notice another hidden feature. Hang some pictures on the wall with suitable frames randomly, for impact, could create a mixture of modern-and-vintage inspired environment.
4) Finish with flooring
Looking down the floor, a bold rug would be the perfect partner with a wonderful collection of vintage furniture, such as a standing lamp or fireplace. You could luxuriously put some unused things, such as a trunk, just for a more matched and vintage look. Somehow, you could not pull all into one place. Define your style to lead the vintage living room into the present for a fresh look. Otherwise, you are not supposed to work up and do anything.
All in all, it takes patience to discover and pair everything to reflect your vintage living room. Yet, you could see that your efforts are being paid off well. Time-travelling your living room into the good old days is really fun and creative.