How to Decorate a Vintage Style Lounge

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Decorate lounges can be a complex task, but when you are clear about the type of design and decorating style, it can be much easier to plan. Both the furniture, dining tables, sofa, along with other objects can make your lounge look in the best vintage style and without the need to invest much money.

vintage style lounge

The vintage style is very fashionable and today there are many houses that are decorated with chandeliers, leather armchairs, antique wooden furniture or walls painted with bright colors.

The lounge is the most public place in our home, is the part that is always to the view and that we used to receive any visit. Therefore, we must pay more attention to their decoration than any other part of our house. If you are interested in the subject, then we are going to show some tips to make your lounge look completely vintage.

How to start with decorating a vintage style lounge
If you do not know where to start can choose those furniture and decorative elements that make you evoke a particular decade and help you recreate that environment, such as vases or old suitcases, the 50´s electric appliances could also be. A great help to get a vintage decoration is the carpet, which brings us to the decades of the 50s and 60s in an easy and economical way.

Vintage furniture and accessories
The furniture will be one of the main elements for a vintage atmosphere in our lounge. We have to be very careful and take our time to choose each of the pieces, because although the perfect combination between them produces authentic magic, a single mistake can ruin everything.

Types of furniture and accessories
It is very important that before starting to decorate we have very clear as to the type of furniture and accessories that are characteristic of the vintage style. These are pieces that, although these are very old, do not fall into the category of antiques. To get an idea, a furniture design with the 50 or 60 is now considered as vintage, while a desk in the 18th century is an antique.

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