Whatever style you prefer, there’s bound to be a restored vintage telephone for you. Not only were they practical, but telephones made in the last century were beautiful too. They can still become either a working home accessory or a beautiful collector’s piece of technology on display in your home.
Truly interesting and unique furniture can be found in thrift shops. Of course, to find any thrift furniture that’s perfect for your home will take some time, but it will be worth it. It’s very environmentally friendly, and a great way to explore your interior design personality.
Vintage crockery and tableware are easy to find and a very practical yet aesthetically pleasing addition to your country home. For a particularly modern approach, search out blue and white china patterns but for a more antique, chintzy style, mix and match crockery colors.
Rustic and wintery, cushions make homes feel warmer and cozier. Is there a quicker, cheaper way to personalize a space? Vintage cushions can be handmade, from any vintage fabric you can find, or any scrap you have lying around at home. You could even make your own vintage scarf cushions out of some antique silk scarves.
Whether your backyard is the size of a small postcard or you’ve got the largest acreage in the county, all gardens can benefit from a few added decorations and flourishes. Accessorize your outdoor space to its fullest potential – from planters and pots to feeders and lanterns – and create the most beautiful Eden paradise.