What was trending when your grandmother decorated her house, was different from when your mother decorated hers, but it is most likely to come back again. We all know that trends are cyclical, even though some of them are classics and will never go out of style. Therefore, we will focus on the classics and tell you some vintage ideas.
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A more minimalist look has taken over recently and the same happens with floral patterns. How charming would it be to source a vintage floral wallpaper?
CAST IRON BEDS
Since it was an interior design trend in the 40’s, a Cast Iron Bed is something that your Grandmother have – and it’s a classic.
It was introduced during the Great Depression and gained popularity during World War II. That means your grandparents are likely to have a set of these Green Glassware.
Tiered or simply Kitchen Curtains, they will always remind us of our Grandma’s House – and look just as cute in a modern-day farmhouse kitchen.
You probably remember these as something that were only touched on holydays.
PINK BATHROOM TILE
It was a huge trend in the 40’s and 50’s and explains why your grandma probably had them.
Whether it was brushed or shiny, bathrooms, kitchens, doors and cabinets… The 80’s and 90’s were all about brass.
Long before the days when buyers demanded granite, white countertops – especially if it was white laminate – were the choice for kitchens.
DECORATIVE WALL PLATES
Classic Grandma move: putting her most decorative plates on display. Whether they were commemorating a historical event, a work of art or just showing off a beautiful pattern, these plates were for admiring.