Styling 7 Decorative Vintage Accents
From cushions to consoles, decorative accents really work to tie an interior scheme together. Here the Warehouse Home team share their tips to successfully incorporating smaller vintage pieces into your own space.
Little or large, timeworn typography will add dramatic interest to any interior scheme. Use salvaged letters, letterlights or repurposed metal signage to complete the look. This vintage fairground sign from Scaramanga is one of our favourites, but you can find similar at Vintage Matters, Antiques by Design and Mayfly Vintage.
Helter Skelter fairground sign, £475, Scaramanga
2. Wall Art
Unique and diverse, vintage prints and charts, like this anatomical print of a bird from Millington & Hope, become a real conversational piece when paired against an industrial backdrop.
Anatomical print of a bird, £80, Millington & Hope
Whether functional or purely decorative open display shelving is the ideal storage solution for those bits and pieces you’ve collected over the years. Once a wooden drawer this charming unit was repurposed into a display shelf. Find it at Dee Puddy Home & Vintage.
Vintage drawer shelf, £36, Dee Puddy Home & Vintage
4. Bar Cart
Elegant yet robust this vintage champagne cart from The Old Yard proves a gorgeous rustic patina. Use it as a drinks or service trolley when entertaining.
Vintage champagne cart, £525, The Old Yard
A design classic, this monochromatic timepiece from Onske looks fantastic when paired with raw industrial elements. We love it so much we even have one hanging in our office! Take a look at the Warehouse Home shop for more Newgate designs!
Newgate giant electric station clock, £245, Onske
Dress (your sofa) to impress with vibrant bespoke cushions made from luxury vintage fabrics and prints.
Time Gentleman Please, £225, Vintage Cushions
Set on iron castors, this handcrafted console made from reclaimed timber would make for an ideal coffee table in an industrial setting.
Gadu, £459, Reason Season Time
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