The col­or­ful home of Caro­line and Craig Coleman is a vi­brant mix of nos­tal­gic and modern trea­sures.

Flea Market Décor - - Contents - By GAP In­te­ri­ors

This lovely 1940s-era home is an eclec­tic, vi­brant mix of nos­tal­gic and modern trea­sures.

FROM THE OUT­SIDE, CARO­LINE COLEMAN’S HOME LOOKS LIKE MANY OF THE OTHER 1940S-ERA HOUSES ON HER STREET. It’s per­haps just the red front door that of­fers a hint of the col­or­ful quirk­i­ness that is in­side. An avid col­lec­tor of vin­tage mem­o­ra­bilia, Caro­line has filled her house with an eclec­tic mix of dis­tinc­tive pieces that she has rooted out from an­tiques fairs, char­ity shops and flea mar­kets.

CARO­LINE DIS­COV­ERED THE BAR­BER’S CHAIR in a French flea mar­ket, and Craig made the metal am­per­sand light.

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