inspired by : vintage moment

posted on: Thursday, July 22, 2010


the diversion project

gredelin

design is mine and the stir

Extend the vintage moment with wallpaper to cover the cracks, patchwork to warm tired springs and a floppy rag doll for company. Keep floorboards bare and for storage haul out old suitcases and woven baskets to create a room that's sparse yet soft, utilitarian yet cosy and used yet lovely.

12 comments:

  1. obsessed with that print that says "favor" on the bottom. Do you know who it is by? so stinking cute!

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  2. @Melanie: Me too! In fact, I am in love with that room and want it as my own! I love your tips for a vintage room Bron. Makes me believe even I can achieve something like this. : )

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  3. I would love to do a vintage child's room, how clever! Could also be very economical! ;)

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  4. Love your description "utilitarian yet cosy and used yet lovely". I think you just summed up my design goals for my home.

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  5. I want that black & white toile paper in pic #1. That nursery is amazing. I might steal that if #2 is a girl...

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  6. love a vintage look. I have vintage pieces but have never gone full on vintage, would be fun!

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  7. I love, love, love that bike pic!!! How cool!

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  8. Very cute! When I have a baby one day, I plan to do a vintage style room...can't wait!!!!

    ps. thanks so much for visiting my blog!! You have a very unique blog and I think I'll find it very helpful when I have children (and even now!) I'm a new follower :)

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  9. The poster in the last photo is amazing. I also really like the drum side tables. Such great rooms!

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