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Suddenly we got tired of the new trends and turn to the past. What was old is new again! The decoration world is no exception to this rule so we bring you some vintage style trends to give a retro style to your Miami home.
There are still some unique vintage decorations techniques which fit right in with the more contemporary styles we love. If effective, the old and the new can work together to create smart, layered looks which have plenty of personality and charm. So here we have five vintage interior design trends that are back from the past to give a fresh style to your Miami home.
But even if you opt for an antique chandelier we advise you to hang it above your table for a modern feel. You can also pair it with more natural elements, like a seagrass rug, to dress it down.
Dark wood is also another trend which is going back into style and it can be something you can add to your house in order to tell it apart from many other modern houses out there in Miami city. Dark wood injects rooms with an old-soul warmth that’s difficult to replicate with paint alone.
Velvet, leather, and linen are back again! And now, with all of the available stain- and-spill-proof treatments and high-end indoor/outdoor fabrics on the market these days, there’s more than one good reason to opt for these.
The image above is an example among many possibilities you have. A glossy red door and sleek console table keep the faux-marble floors from feeling stuffy, while the floor’s oversized pattern makes the narrow space feel larger.
Have you inherited silver from your great aunt? Do you have a collection of oyster plates no one knows about? These old collections are meant to be seen and enjoyed. Not to mention that they’re instant character builders in any space.
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