Vintage pieces add character and depth that cannot be imitated by modern mass-produced furniture. Embracing vintage trends in your home does not mean that you must abandon contemporary designs, however.
Many antiques fit well with today’s straight lines, bold colors and attention to detail. Whether you’re looking to make a statement with an ornate, attention-grabbing item or desire a subtle quaint aesthetic, vintage pieces can give a room personality and complexity unmatched by what can be found in the average furniture store.
If you are unsure how to go about incorporating timeless vintage pieces to your home’s decor, here are five tables with vintage charm that will give your home an extra dose of elegance:
Set of Four Vintage Rosewood & Inlaid Pearl Chinese Nesting Tables
These handcrafted tables are made from solid rosewood and are engraved with genuine mother of pearl. You can store them together as a set or in separate rooms to create a cohesive aesthetic throughout your home.
Victorian Marble Top Turtle Top Carved Table
This sleek rococo-style table dates back to the 1890s. The simple white and gray grained marble top contrasts the carefully carved solid black mahogany base, perfect for the minimalist homeowner seeking to diversify their decor.
French Louis XV Style Nightstand
Bring vintage trends into your bedroom with this mid 20th century nightstand, which features a serpentine shaped faux-marble top. This charming piece is a perfect fit for vintage enthusiasts looking to add a touch of femininity to their collection.
Round Oak Table
Approximately 118 years old, this table features opposing scroll carvings that come together to form a floral design reminiscent of acanthus leaves. An ideal coffee table, this piece is stylishly supported by eight turned legs with ball feet.
Antique Chinese Hand Carved Rosewood Table with Marble Top
This side table is between 100 and 150 years old, and features breathtaking carvings that make this elegant stand perfect for an upscale living room, library or bedroom.
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