THE GOODS: MAKE MINE OLD-FASHIONED
From retro to nostalgic to farmhouse fresh, these reproductions give any space the collected look.
From retro to nostalgic to farmhouse fresh, you don’t need to hit the flea market to create the vintage vibe. These reproductions give any space the collected look.
These charming clay and pewter decorations have a heart of their own. Egyptian designer Nevine Sobhi implements ancient design principles that date back to the pharaohs, and she employs predominantly women in need of consistent income. Clay heart with pewter vine; clay heart with pewter scallop, $10.25. (716) 945-0436 or goldenhillstudio.com.
Industrial meets chic in this chandelier, which combines sparkly elegance with creative lighting. Install this piece for an entryway conversation starter, or try hanging it over the dining room table. Bronze metal chandelier with glass crystals, $215. (631) 567-0828 or acottageinthecity.com.
In addition to enhancing privacy, canopies frame the bed, setting it apart from other furniture as a spotlight piece. Joanna Gaines’ intriguing structure features an overhanging arch and comes in either king or queen size. Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines farmhouse carriage canopy bed, starting at $1195. (508) 393-8882 or purplerosehome.com.
These creamy terra cotta vases with a blue transferware pattern are perfect for flora, fauna and flaunting. With six styles to choose from, try one inside near a window, or group several together for a stylish patio arrangement. Terra-cotta vase with transferware pattern, $11.95. (505) 266-7777 or vintagemarketanddesign.com.
Freshen up before supper with this elegant wash set, which includes a pitcher and basin. Nestle this vintage find on your bedside table for easy access, or show it off in your china cabinet. Heritage blue stripe wash basin and pitcher set, $89.99. (800) 438-5346 or lehmans.com.
Go distressed with this charming vintage cupboard, and choose your favorite vintage finish from among ten options. Aries kitchen single-door cupboard, $1325. Visit dutchmansdesigns.com.
Pack your meals in retro style with this cute lunchbox that brings a new meaning to the phrase “TV dinner.” Or display it on the bookcase alongside your other vintage favorites. TV tin lunchbox, $15. (866) 822-5571 or kikkerland.com.
These farmhouse-style feed sack cushions are an adorable addition to your living room sofa. Or for a different angle, try a cool feed sack sign, with the same quirky farmhouse style, in art print form.
Pillow, bunny bits, canvas feed-bag signs, $28.75. (866) 295-2849 or primitivesbykathy.com.
Embrace the old with quirky apothecary jars. They provide the perfect historic vibe for your kitchen shelves or bathroom cabinet. The black lettering and gold trim are a fashionable complement for the white background. Vintage-inspired porcelain apothecary jars, $99. (877) 336-4640 or relique.com.
Add a dash of color to your seasonings with these charming jar shakers. Mason jar salt shaker, $12/ shaker. (516) 381-6513 or thegreyantler.com.
Warm up by the fireplace or under the covers in this cozy and colorful quilt. The gorgeous cotton kantha quilt combines a rainbow of stripes on one side with delightful pops of green on the reverse. Transcontinental quilt, $245–275. (800) 422-2770 or sundancecatalog.com.
Can you go wrong with cheerful floral? We don’t think so, particularly when you pair this darling sham with the accompanying duvet, also featured on Biscuit’s online store. Wimberley Boudoir sham, Biscuit, $60. (713) 942-9797 or biscuit-home.com.
Slip off your sandals and run your feet through the carpet. This beach poster brings your house to the Florida shore, introducing a nautical vibe. Ormond Beach poster by Aurelio Grisanty, Beach Town Posters, $35 (unframed). (302) 537-6617 or beachtownposters.com.
This rich wooden storage space is perfect for your cottage “nest.” It’s great for displaying treasures, and is a treasure in itself. Plus you can choose between solid stain or distressed solid paint. Vintage pine nesting box, Kloter Farms, $490. (860) 871-1048 or kloterfarms.com.