This roundup is full of ideas for vintage home decorating.
These 5 vintage home decor ideas are from previous posts I’ve shared.
They are practical inspirations for creating a vintage-styled home.
And I thought it perfect to revisit some of these posts that are tools to use when decorating your home.
I’m going right into these 5 vintage home decor ideas.
Idea #1: How to bring vintage style into your life.
In this post, I share ways to use vintage things every day to bring joy to your life.
Plus, I share what vintage pieces are useful and how to use them.
You can read this post by going here.
This next post is all about Ironstone.
I became a huge fan when I discovered the gorgeous Pfalzgraff Ironstone collection.
The chunky white and simple design had that vintage look that complimented the blue Ironstone, as seen in the photo above.
Here is a link to some Pfalzgraff plates I found on Amazon here.
Over the years, as I’ve gathered beloved pieces for my home, I’ve discovered how the sweet, creamy white color adds a calming effect to the busy blue patterns of the other Ironstone dishes.
Here are some more tips about Ironstone.
Idea #2 – 4 ways to decorate with Ironstone.
In this post, I share different ways to decorate with Ironstone.
To read more, go here.
Idea #3- How to combine the Victorian & Farmhouse style when decorating.
Learn the different elements of creating a Victorian Farmhouse style in your home.
I share lots of informative ideas.
Taking the Victorian & Farmhouse styles and making them complement each other can be tricky.
I share some tips and ideas on how to do it here.
When you’re on a budget and find some vintage-inspired furniture at a thrift store or online, you can paint it.
This is the easiest and most affordable way to get that vintage look in your home.
Here is the tutorial on how to paint a chair here.
Getting the vintage look in your home that compliments the color and style of your home can be difficult.
Especially when looking for a certain style of furniture.
I love taking furniture that has the bones of what I want and giving them a complete makeover with paint.
That leads to the next idea.
This tutorial is an example of what you can do.
The extraordinary idea that you can look for vintage pieces of furniture and not worry about color is amazing!
All you have to do is paint it.
I share what kind of fabric to look for, here.
And for a detailed tutorial on how to paint French chairs, go here.
Idea #5 – Find vintage things at a thrift store.
The last of the 5 vintage home decor ideas.
Discovering the treasures I’ve found at the thrift store is an understatement.
I share this in other posts about how humbling it is to walk into a thrift store and find things for cheap.
Not just anything but beautiful antiques and old dishes I have wanted, all from a thrift store.
In this post, I share things I found.
I’m hoping to encourage you that there are insurmountable treasures to discover that cost 75% less than what you will find at antique stores or boutiques.
Creating a vintage-styled home is doable on a budget.
I hope this roundup of posts inspires you with ideas for creating a beautiful home.
Here is another recent post with 21 beautiful Victorian decor on Amazon.
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