From lamps to wallpaper and everything in between. We selected some of our favorite pieces on this shelf, mixing old and new. We recently found this vintage nun statue, one of our most precious pieces. We called her Emmanuelle because she was from a French church.
Inspired by the adored designs of the classic Pyrex opal glass bowls from the 1950s and 60s, the Vintage Charm brand adds a modern touch to popular patterns that evoke feelings of nostalgia. This reproduction lamp is a style that became popular in kitchens from 1921 until after World War II, as it mixed colonial-era styles, such as details in the shape of scallops and beads, with a stamped brass body, keeping the price affordable. The fun patterns of the new Vintage Charm line are a fresh touch for younger generations to fall in love and create their own memories with family and friends. Wallpaper isn't just used to create a vintage charm look, but if you select the right pattern and use it the right way, there's no doubt that it can emulate that sweet aesthetic of vintage rustic charms.
From handmade pieces to vintage treasures ready to be loved again, Etsy is the global marketplace for unique and creative items. While my decorating style has changed and evolved over the years, one thing that has always been present is a touch of vintage charm. Hardwood has been high on the list of charms ever since, but genuine wood isn't always a wise choice in hard-working kitchens. I don't think the vintage amulet has a standard definition in the design world, so I'm going to explain how I see it and what it means for me and for my design.
Incorporating vintage charm into my home has come naturally to me and that's why I wanted to create this post to share some of these ideas with all of you. Don't get me wrong, I love a fresh look and I'm always interested in the latest trends, but there's something about giving a nod to the past, to old treasures and vintage finds that I'll always love. You can use some of the collections I have here as inspiration, but unleash your creativity and collect things that give you more joy and, at the same time, add some style and charm to your home. So instead of buying a new one, think about looking for a retro jewel, whether it's a majestic Georgian number, a classic mid-century piece, or a delightful art deco item.
Not only will you save money and protect the environment, but we also guarantee that they will bring a little magic to your home. While this list could be endless, I hope these examples have given you some ideas and inspiration to add some character, fantasy, and vintage charm to your space. In the meantime, I hope this list gives you some initial ideas and helps you develop even more ideas to add that vintage touch to your kitchen.