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!
Interior designer Elnaz Namaki gave us a tour around this stunning penthouse in Chelsea which left us with impressed with the sense of vast openness and light in the heart of London. Enjoy this sneak peak!
Today we are placing the spotlight on four highly celebrated designers who contributed influential designs which are still going strong in the 21st century. All brilliant in their own ways, read on to meet Eileen Gray, Charlotte Perriand, Florence Knoll and Ray Eames.
Chairs have captured the imagination of some of history’s most celebrated designers… which means there is a huge selection to choose from! Some of the Vinterior team picked out their favourite designs from the Vinterior collection of vintage armchairs… we bet you have one too!
Leather is a brilliant material to use on furniture in the home. Not only does it withstand the wear and tear of everyday life – you need have no fear of upending even red wine on real leather – it weathers beautifully over the years, lending character which just can’t be found in mass made furniture.
Hans Wegner is one of Denmark’s most famous designers. Whether you’ve heard his name before or not, you’ll definitely recognise his iconic designs. We love knowing about the humans behind these celebrated feats of design… here is your quick fire guide to Hans Wegner!
G Plan is often one of the first brands which leaps to mind when thinking of mid century vintage furniture. Celebrated for its sleek and simple designs, G Plan plays a proud part in the history of British 20th century furniture design.
Emma Block’s much loved illustration is known for its wonderful gentle yet vibrant colour palettes and celebration of print and pattern. It’s not surprising that Emma’s new London home also reflects her eye for print and pattern. Set against a calming soft grey are joyful bursts of coral, dusty pink and sea green. There are also many references to Emma’s travels through South America, found in vivid woven rugs and other textile accessories. Enjoy this tour with Emma through her lovely home and find inspiration in all corners!
This year already is producing a wonderful variety of lighting trends. They simmered quietly throughout 2018 and now we are seeing them grace many of our homes. We love that these lighting trends are so diverse! From classical, simple lighting to maximalist brass pendants, there really is something for all tastes and inspirations. Here are four top trends you’ll be seeing plenty of in 2019…