Vintage things are very fashionable and look cool. Such a photo frame with black and white photos would raise your spirits every day. The supplies are: a bare wood frame, two 8×10 black and white photos, DecoArt Americana Acrylic Paint in Snow (Titanium) White, a sponge brush, steel wool, Sticky Tak and some Washi Tape. The crafting is rather simple, don’t forget to dry-brush the frame before starting the work. Such a frame would save your memories for a long time and, of course, would be a great addition to any interior. A detailed instruction of crafting and how to give such a look to the frame is here.
Recycling is a way to do the environment cleaner and it’s so fantastic when the designers manage to create something cool of such materials! Roadie collection of recycled teak wood furniture by Karpenter is just that thing. Eco-friendly and stylish, rustic, industrial and modern – this furniture is definitely a success. It has a slight vintage touch. The collection is characterized by providing unique storage solutions, like chests and shelf units, and they’re all on wheels so you can easily move them around as you like. The collection has many pieces – sideboards, shelves, desks and so on – you will for sure find something that you’ve been looking for.
Vintage is so amazing! This style gives coziness and warmness to any place, especially if, like in this case, several styles are mixed. The house is located in Melbourne, Australia and belongs to illustrator Paula Mills who decided to decorate her house herself, according to her taste. She decided to knock out some walls to create a lighter and brighter living space — a sort of blank canvas on which to layer more color and texture. The bits and pieces they’ve collected from the various places they’ve lived throughout the years — South Africa, England and now Australia — reflect a global aesthetic that is unique to their family and creates a comfortable and creative environment.
These vintage style kitchens by Marchi Group have awoken our appetite for some retro style. The Loft and 1956 kitchens have an unmistakably old-school appeal that reminds us of Mom’s classic culinary space, pride in every last quirk.
The 1956 kitchen (above) has a country-chic aesthetic, featured in a sweet cream finish – delish! The floating cabinets and shelves are handy for added storage that keeps all your kitchen essentials close at hand. And throw-back to the streets of London, a phone booth-style door conceals the fridge.