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Pale furniture, floral patterns, and feminine details have a romantic, cottagey feel. If your look is industrial, seek out pieces featuring metal and unfinished wood.
Start with easy-to-change wall art, such as vintage floral prints, travel posters, or distressed signs.
Think of buying vintage pieces as recycling. It’s an eco-friendly way to decorate!
While furniture from antique stores (and often flea markets) can be expensive, reproduction pieces meant to look old are available at a fraction of the cost.
If you're a DIY-er, you'll love scouring flea markets. Try these projects: Add legs to an old drawer to make a table, or buy a bucket of paint for a furniture facelift. 

Everything old is new again... Whether they're in the
the form of aged to perfection flea market finds or reproduction pieces that look as if they've stood the test of time, vintage is back!

Look for details like chipped paint, faded patterns, or aged wood—anything that screams old school. Mixing vintage and new pieces creates a sense of character, making your decor feel one-of-a-kind. From trinkets and wall art to weathered tables and chairs, infuse your home with antique charm on any scale.

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