Vintage Decor Ideas | Nostalgic Home Design, Art, Furniture

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Vintage Decor Ideas | Nostalgic Home Design, Art, Furniture

Personalizing a space and adding meaningful touches, whether through vintage art, classic furniture or heirloom pieces, is part of what makes the vintage decor trend of 2023 so timeless. “Art is personal, but if you’re thrifty or going to flea markets, it’s the fastest way to make your home interesting,” said designer and best-selling authorEmily Henderson on the First up podcast.

That’s because it’s just good design to evoke past eras in your decor while elevating it for modern times. Avoid the wagon trends and take this versatile and sustainable one for a spin. “Along with the Art Deco-inspired spaces we’ve seen and will continue to see, we’ll start to see nods to other signature styles that are graphic and bold like Brutalism and Bauhaus,” says Eddie Maestri, lead architect, creative director + owner at Dallas-based Maestri Studio. British-style furniture and draping tableware, he says, is also the trend for the year. In fact, European influences all around are creeping into our homes, according to the experts at The Citizenry. It’s up to you to decide how to breathe new life into your vintage decor finds—but that’s what makes this nostalgic trend so fun to design around.


28 old-fashioned decor ideas we can’t wait to copy in 2023

Are you inspired by Paris in the 20s? (Yes) Old English Cottages a la The holiday? Geometric and bold patterns from Bauhaus? Or the raw beauty of Brutalism? This Jason Arnold Interiors room echoes the past while feeling truly modern.

Here’s another Jason Arnold room that takes cues from historical design periods.

We see a little Bauhaus, a little Deco, but ultimately a true Kelly Wearstler original.

The Parisian apartment is our warm neutral fantasy but also nods to a romantic past.

European and vintage inspired decor

Designed by Caroline Brackett

Emily Bolt photography

“Design with nostalgia in mind will continue,” says Gideon Mendelson, founder and creative director of Mendelson Group. “I don’t mean mid-century or retro. I think this idea of ​​Granny chic is evolving into a less kitschy/more sophisticated style that I really appreciate.” This room by designer Caroline Brackett says English Countryside everywhere.

According to a recent Yelp trend forecast report, we’ll see an increase in framework-inspired accents in 2023 (by 50%).

Black and white is also a classic 2023 trend to come out of nostalgia decor – we love these checkered floors above and below.

Art Deco Nod + Vintage Decor Ideas

art deco vintage trend nice dining room table

JL Design

Reagan Taylor Photography

“Art deco and saturated color are a couple of design trends that I think will be big in 2023,” says Rachel Burger, interior designer at JL Design in Nashville.

art deco vintage decor

Courtesy of Artistic Tile

Rainbow onyx is a 2023 trend we’ll see come out of Art Deco inspiration, according to experts at Artistic Tile.

Stylist Jessica Brigham transformed her basement into a colorful cocktail lounge. In a recent Houzz trend report, Playful Traditional Style was at the top of homeowners’ wish lists: “Many pros are seeing a maximalist decor style take off, specifically a revamped traditional look that combines vintage pieces with lots of upbeat patterns and wall coverings. Think of it as a traditional style returning in a fun way.”

YouTuber Emma Chamberlain mixes styles in perfect harmony.

Bauhaus Influence

“I like a neutral, calm and textured room. However, when an entire house is designed like that, it feels a little soulless and boring to me,” adds Mendelson. “I want to see designers add more color and pattern to these sculptural spaces to make them feel more personal and interesting and provoke more thought.”

SSS said that she has always been inspired by Bauhaus principles.

Spend some time @atelierakuko and get lost in the eras gone by meets modern beauty.

Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent perfectly pair old and new in their old new house.

You can book a tour of this artist community in Oaxaca, Mexico, in a Brutalist building.

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