Vintage Interior Decor

Vintage Décor Trends that are Back in Style

Trends are transcendent so are styles. There are trends in different areas of life,  and these trends keep evolving according to the demands of the present time. Home décor trends are one of the trends that have evolved over the years. What used to be obtainable at a particular time may become boring and unappealing, only for them to come back in vogue years later.

Vintage Bohemian Dining Room

In recent years, vintage decoration has crept into our lifestyle and most homes so interior decors now feature vintage décor styles. Thanks to the growing trend of furniture restoration and DIYs, people are beginning to embrace exotic, romantic, and warm home environments in modern vintage patterns. The distinctive feature of these new vintage décor trends is the touch of the past given to modern interior designs. This is the reason why vintage decors are often referred to as retro designs. These designs are classy, chic, but vintage, which is why it is unique and growing in popularity.

The popularity of vintage décor trends is expected to grow at a fast rate in the present year and beyond. You will agree with me that it is no longer uncommon to notice elements of designs from ages past in modern homes. These trends are given a modern twist such that designs that were formerly written off are now rebranded with creativity and modern sophistication.

Vintage Décor Styles that are now in Vogue

Vintage Wall Patterns

There is a huge obsession for vintage themed wallpapers. These wallpapers have bold and conspicuous colors from as far back as the 1950s and ‘60s. While they may be considered as retro designs, they are now used to make a classy statement in modern homes where they are well utilized throughout the living space. These vintage patterns are introduced into the home with peel-and-stick wallpapers on the wall of the living room, bathroom, bedroom, or whichever area you wish to enhance.

Classy Sofas

You might have come across different sofa shapes while browsing the internet. These new, beautiful sofa shapes have been around for a couple of years now and more styles are going to trend in coming years. People are now into sofa shapes like the Toga Sofa which trended in the past.

Orange sofa with pillows and a blanket on top

Organic-shaped Tables

Marble tables, as well as travertine tables, have somehow managed to remain in style and they are not likely to go out of style anytime soon. These are timeless and classy pieces of furniture that have assumed a new trend in recent times. These days, people opt for round, organic shaped tables rather than the usual rectangular tables.

Classier Bar Carts

Bar carts were a thing in the 1950s-‘60s when they were used to house different beverages, cocktails, wines, and glasses. As time passed, these portable pieces of furniture phased out and were replaced with built-in bars. Gradually, bar carts have started making their way back into homes. They have been rebranded to imbibe the classic feel of the past with today’s décor schemes according to the desires of homeowners. These bar carts can be personalized according to the taste of their owners as well as their needs. They are both handy and efficient.

Room dividers

There’s been a surge in the demand for room dividers recently. The curved-shaped ones are particularly in high demand, and this does not come as a surprise. The new era seems to be the time for organic products, hence the demand for organic shapes. People have become more creative with their home décor schemes so they now introduce pieces that help them gain a sense of balance in their multifunctional dwelling places. There have been over a 100% increase in the demand for room dividers when compared to what it used to be in previous years.

Back in Brass

There was a time when people were very particular about stainless steel finishings, but that time is gradually phasing out. Rather than going for the cool, silver metals, home decorators now opt for warm finishings like copper and brass. In the 1970s, metallic doorknobs were much appreciated for the glow it gives to complement spaces like the bathroom and kitchen. These days, people no longer appreciate those shiny looks, so they go for less shiny options like brass or copper.