Interior design is a major component in making your custom-built home stunning and unique. There are many interesting ways to make your new home even more amazing. One is to take different interior design trends that marked the height of various style eras and bring them together to form a beautiful new combination.
Going with a vintage decor can make your home very appealing. What people considered outdated is now coming back around in a big way. You can take advantage of this re-estimation in the interior decoration of your custom home. The following post discusses some of the hottest comeback designs:
7 Vintage Interior Design Trends That Are Making a Comeback
Just because a trend is dated doesn’t mean it’s bad. After all, Louis XIV lived in the 17th century, and look how crazy people go over his favorite furnishings.
Although designers will say that good design is timeless, it’s too late for all those homeowners who were ripping out their vintage Mid-Century Modern accents for decades until “Mad Men” made the 1960s cool again. Now even wood-paneled walls, which those of us who grew up in the ’70s love to hate, are coming back in a new, stylish way (and our kids will probably tear it out in 20 years’ time). Read more at Realtor.com…
As the post explains, you can modify these vintage designs and come up with a really cool new interpretation to use in your home.[/fusion_builder_column]
When it comes to the kitchen, the busiest room in the house and the heart of the home, you don’t want to go wrong with the aesthetics. Luckily, there’s a myriad of vintage kitchen ideas, so you can choose the one that suits you or blend a couple to create something that’s uniquely you. The following post describes some of the options you should consider:
15 Wonderfully Made Vintage Kitchen Designs
If you like vintage decor, you will absolutely love these upscale vintage kitchens. Designed with all the modern amenities you could possibly need, these retro-inspired spaces have all the classic style you desire without the hassles normally associated with older kitchens. By pairing modern and upgraded appliances with vintage cabinets and accessories, the designers of these kitchens have created stylish, functional spaces complete with an endearing, enchanting retro vibe.
Do you love vintage decor? If so, look to these pictures for ideas you can incorporate into your kitchen to create a classic look. From refitted antique stoves to snazzy black-and-white tiles, these spaces have everything you could ever want in a vintage kitchen plus some. Read more at Home Design etc…
Vintage kitchens, like those in the preceeding post, can connect you to wonderful (real or imagined) memories of the good old days. What a pleasant way to pass the time as you prepare your meals.
Finally, you can give yourself the gift of a vintage bedroom. Creating a delightful space that puts a smile on your face every time you enter the room. The following post takes a closer look at the design possibilities:
16 IDEAS OF VINTAGE COUNTRY BEDROOM FURNITURE – ROMANTIC AND SWEET
Some fascinating vintage bedroom furniture will transform your personal and beautiful bedroom into a premise from a fairytale. The main reason is that the vintage not only a retro and klaschisses atmosphere with style, but it also is really beautiful, comfortable and original. Vintage bedroom furniture are manufacturers one of the best specialists in the field, because these ancient and authentic furniture are masterpieces, and for the perfect method of approach requires specific skills and sense their processing. Read more at Steve Williams Kitchens…
All of the ideas in this post are a great way to enhance your new dream home — but the home has to come first. Oz Custom Home Builders has been constructing dream homes for nearly two decades. We can build on your property or in Trinity Ridge Reserve, a new upscale development in Fort Mill, SC. Details can be found on our website.
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