Meet Melanie from vintage restoration company Revived and Restored. We asked her about why she took this route into restoring furniture and the ups and downs of life as a vintage dealer!
We had the pleasure of visiting Thérèse in her lovely light filled home in the historical Clerkenwell area of London. Enjoy this wander around and keep an eye out for 20th century design classics dotted throughout Thérèse’s home!
The general assumption is that we are humans of the digital era. Little beknownst to many, we actually find ourselves in the age of the Golden Pineapple. You may already be familiar with the tidal wave of golden pineapples which flooded into our homes and lives over recent years. Here is a selection of some flamboyant pineapple finds we just couldn’t keep to ourselves.
Our homes should reflect the limit of our imaginations and sometimes you just see something which in isolation seems a bit bonkers – but in the right setting fits just a glove and adds touches of real character. These sculptures are as varied as they are imaginative and definitely belong in homes abounding in character!
Let’s explore why we are witnessing the yellow fever in interior design and learn how to use different shades of yellow in our homes (+ discover the Get the Look mood board with a shopping list ).
It’s finally Spring! What is better than a beautiful vase filled with fresh blooms? Beloved vases often turn into heirlooms which pass through different family members and become treasured pieces in our own homes. We love this selection of stunning vintage and antique designs ready and waiting to have new life breathed into them!
If you want to avoid bland, mass-made furniture in preference of exceptional one off finds with real character, Vinterior’s collection is just for you! We have chosen below just seven of over 100,000 unique vintage designs on vinterior.co, each one brimming with incredible creative ingenuity.
We love Ercol furniture simply because of its timeless character. It looks stunning in a mid century environment but also complements a more contemporary setting. Below are some of our favourite vintage Ercol finds!
This fabulous New York City apartment is a fine example of how you can achieve a maximalist aesthetic without bold wallpapers or quirky upholstery.
Rosewood, walnut, oak, teak… these are all beautiful woods. But occasionally it can be hugely rewarding to embrace colour, whether soft pastels or vibrant and bold hues. Below is a handful of vintage finds across some of our favourite shades from dusty pink to emerald green. See what sparks your imagination!