ur vintage-inspired living room gives a new life to old furniture, and you can add flea-market finds and family antiques (if you’re lucky enough to have some) for that lived in homely feel. Trust us, it won’t look dated. In fact, fabric-effect wallpaper for the accent wall will add a unique modern touch to the whole scheme. Once again, our inspiration comes from the past with walls and floor in stoneware instead of traditional wallpaper: tartan in neutral tones for the accent wall, stripes in a subtle colour palette instead of a traditional carpet. Even though this scheme is inspired by the past, tactile materials keep it looking fresh.
Three pieces one style
A vintage staple, and you could very well reuse granny’s old sofa for this. Its warm lived in feel is perfect for that “home sweet home” vibe.
Go for tartan wallpaper, instead of a more conventional floral pattern. A fresh update, fit for a gentleman’s club.
A vintage suitcase with worn edges is emblematic of long journeys. For an inforaml feel, go for a couple of vintage suitcases instead of your conventional coffee table.