How to Channel a Vintage Decor Feel — Without Scouring the Internet For Hours
There's a vintage decor style to suit every home, whether you're into art deco or art nouveau or another era entirely. But can we be real for a moment? There's a certain point at which searching the internet for vintage home decor becomes an endless exercise in scrolling — there's just so much out there.
Since you probably don't have endless hours to scroll the internet in search of vintage finds, we did the legwork (er, thumbwork) to identify a few key decor items that look like they've been scouted at an incredible antiques store. Some are statement furniture pieces, others are the finishing touches that add charm to what you already have. Scroll ahead to see our favorites (and to save yourself a few hours of online shopping, too).
Mair Table Lamps
This set of Mair Table Lamps ($90 for two) looks like something you unearthed at a Parisian flea market, paid a fortune to ship back home, and lovingly restored by hand. Isn't it nice that their antiqued resin base and neutral drum shade can be yours without the hassle or the hunt?
Moon Beam Clock
Just as cute as the original 1952 design it's evolved from, this Moon Beam Clock ($65) is updated for the modern age. Along with the clock and alarm functions, it's equipped with a USB port for charging your phone or tablet. How cute would this be in the kitchen?
Mirimyn Accent Table
Light distressing and a white-washed finish give this Mirimyn Accent Table ($200) a well-worn vibe, while the scrolled feet and pedestal base say "vintage" without feeling overly ornate. It's a surprisingly versatile piece that works for traditional, transitional, and coastal styles.
Realyn Queen Sleigh Bed
The centerpiece of any bedroom, this antiqued Realyn Queen Sleigh Bed ($1,900-$2,000) has it all: curved details at the cushioned headboard and footboard, upholstery emphasized by deep tufting, and a lightly distressed finish. Style it with other neutral tones for a crisp look, or lean deep into the regal aesthetic by adding a velvet comforter in a deep jewel tone.