5 Vintage Furniture Designs With A Modern Twist

Vintage furniture has a lot of personalities and pieces with a modern twist offer some extra panache. These furnishings may not be a blast from the past, but their dichotomous aesthetic lends them a beautiful edge that can imbue a lot of personality in your space. So today, we’ll be taking a look at 5 unique vintage furniture designs with a modern twist!

 

1. The dining set

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The design of this dining set balances a fine line between vintage and modern. Although the cut and slant of the pieces are quite contemporary in visuals, the materials are what provide it a vintage appeal. Moreover, the distressed finish of the floor and the area rug provide a nice base point for the whole set-up which makes it look almost picturesque.

 

2. Mid-century stools

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The mid-century modern style may not be high on the drama, but its vintage appeal is still quite appreciated. This is why these breakfast bar stools look absolutely charming. The wooden countenance of the seat coupled with the steel of the legs is basic vintage, and the simple design is brimming with personality.

 

3. Vintage island

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The classic vintage design of this kitchen island is accomplished by the use of vintage handles and knobs along with a rustic blue appeal that looks stunning with the white countertop. Its modern parts are shiny and glossy while the matt finish of the blue paint looks unique in contrast.

 

4. Adding colors

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Classic vintage furniture like a chest of drawers is an absolute essential when you’re going for the ‘modern-vintage’ furniture style. You can customize its design by re-doing the paint finish with a color that is light but bold at the same time. Pastels look absolutely gorgeous on such furnishings so you can go for Paris green, powder blue and more instead of the typical wooden browns.

 

5. DIY planters

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DIY planters may not be everyone’s forte, but they can definitely add an extra oomph to spaces that are going for lots of personalities. You can paint and finish these planters with your loved one, and even start from scratch if you want to go the extra mile!

 

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