Old Fashioned Home Decor
7.) Don't Overlook Details. Glass doorknobs add charm to the baths. Most light fixtures in the house operate with a push button, and some function with an old-fashioned pull-down chain. In the kitchen, Kay concealed a Sub-Zero refrigerator with an intricately crafted stained oak panel complete with vintage icebox hardware.
Monograms are a wonderful vintage décor idea. If you have some old dishes, or if not you can pick them up at flea markets or thrift stores, then use those dishes to create this gorgeous décor. Simply upgrade them by adding old-fashioned letters. Spell out words, create your family monogram, or just keep it random.
Hang a crystal chandelier. Embrace old-school glamour in the dining room with an antique chandelier that throws and catches light in equal measure. Hang the chandelier sky-high above your table for a more modern feel, or pair it with more natural elements, like a seagrass rug, to dress it down.
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An Old Fashioned Christmas Home Tour. In the entry, living and dining areas this year's theme is a modern take on a traditional Dickens Christmas. The Entry. As you enter Storybook Cottage a pair of happy carolers greet you. At the base of the figurines is my Grandma Jingles' collection of antique Christmas cards.
Victorian. Decorate with accents reminiscent of the Victorian era. Shop Victorian-style furniture, bedding, window treatments, rugs, and so much more. Shades of dusty mauve, gold, ivory, violet, and pastel blue will grant your surroundings a dreamy quality. Complement the more modern aspects of your home with nostalgic designs, like roses,