A blog about the decor of vintage home design
The 1920s is one of the most popular vintage home design styles, and for good reason. This decade was largely defined by a return to classicism, which meant that everything from furniture to lighting needed to be made with a focus on quality and style. You can see the same trend in home design today—many homeowners look back at the 1960s or 1950s as an era when they could aspire towards the high-quality design without breaking the bank. The best part about vintage decor is that it can be applied anywhere: your living room, dining room, or kitchen will all benefit from these tips if you follow them!
Always Use Your Very Best Plateware
When it comes to serving food, there are a few things you should always keep in mind. First and foremost, use good quality dishes and plates. You don’t want your guests eating off of cheap plastic or metal containers; they will just be grossed out by the taste of those items!
Secondly, make sure that you have some decent china for each meal. If you don’t like what your guests bring over from home then they won’t return again either! Finally—and this is perhaps my favorite tip—don’t buy plates that are too big/small as well as other things like napkins, silverware etcetera because they’ll just make all of those things look cheap when compared against those fancy-looking ones we mentioned earlier.
The Flower Arrangements Are Everything
Flowers are a great way to add color and life to your home. They can be used as decoration, or in vases on tables, but most importantly they can brighten up a room. If you want to make sure that your flower arrangement doesn’t feel like just another accessory in the background of your space then try using it as a centerpiece for your dining table.
Make Ceramics a Part of Every Room
Ceramics are a great way to add color and texture to your home. You can find ceramics anywhere: on the kitchen counter, in the bathroom, in the bedroom—you name it! Ceramic items can be used as art or simply as decorative items. For example, if you have a room that needs more color but doesn’t have enough space for furniture or other accessories, consider using different colored ceramic plates as wall hangings instead of paintings or prints.
Another option is using tiles instead of carpets when designing interiors because they give off an impression of elegance while also being super comfortable underfoot!
Create Built-in Storage
Built-in Storage: The best way to create storage space in a small room is by using built-in storage. This can be anything from a bookshelf to a linen cabinet, to even a window ledge. You could also build it into your floor or ceiling if you have enough room for it.