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Choosing a wardrobe is one of the most important decisions you will make in your home. After all, it is the first thing you will see when you open your eyes in the morning and the last thing you see before you close them at night. With that in mind, the way you style your bedroom and the furniture you choose can have a real impact on your wellbeing. That’s why we believe that a 1950s wardrobe is a great choice in your home – a sophisticated but restrained piece that adds elegance and style without overpowering your bedroom. Browse the range of 1950s wardrobes today.
Why choose 1950s wardrobesThe 1950s welcomed in a very different style to that of the early 20th or even 19th century designs. While previous eras such as the Victorian, Edwardian, Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods had been about ornate, bold and sometimes brash stylings, the 1950s offered a more pared back and subtle style. And nowhere is this more evident than in the wardrobes of the time. Gone were the gilt edges, the intricate wooden carvings and the showy brass feet; in came more sleek and simple designs that made the most of woods such as teak and rosewood. In particular, the 1950s saw a surge in the popularity of Scandinavian design – which is why many of the designers you will see here among our listings are of Danish descent.
One of the reasons that 1950s wardrobes are so well suited to the homes of today is the versatility that such minimalist style offers. These vintage pieces work just as well in a Scandi themed room as they do in an industrial or shabby chic interior. Similarly, if you have a relatively calm and quiet design scheme in your bedroom, a 1950s wardrobe can quickly add a touch of character and a subtle touch of class without looking out of place.
To get a feel for 1950s wardrobes, why not search our listings for a mahogany Stag minstrel double wardrobe – a functional yet beautiful design. Alternatively, look to teak wardrobes by the likes of Kofod Larsen for G Plan.
If you are love the sleek lines of 1950s wardrobes but want to add a bit more colour or contrast to your bedroom, you will also find a great selection of painted and upcycled 1950s pieces here at Vinterior. Whether painted in a textured chalk white or even a stand-out black, many of our sellers have given classic pieces of furniture a new lease of life and a new character.
Why shop for 1950s wardrobes with VinteriorOur online marketplace is full of vintage furniture, all completely unique and all completely luxurious. Here at Vinterior we love our sellers’ antique pieces and believe they deserved to be appreciated and used all over again because owning a piece of vintage furniture is owning a piece of the past. Possessing a 1950s Wardrobe not only means that your bedroom will stand out from the crowd and look stylish, but it also means you are preserving 1950s history – preventing perfectly good furniture from ending up in landfill. Indeed, it is worth noting that buying vintage furniture is significantly more sustainable than shopping for newly manufactured items that use up precious natural resources.
With more than a thousand trusted sellers from around the UK, our online marketplace is the best place to find not only 1950s wardrobes but a whole host of antique, vintage, retro and bespoke items.