If you love your vintage kid’s rooms, you’re in for a treat today. We are big fans of vintage, especially the more eclectic looks which mix and match, without any rules. We love that nothing is off limits in a vintage room – a great opportunity to express your creativity and your individual style.
For a vintage style room, you can get your pieces from anywhere — sometimes for free or for a bargain from a thrift store or flea market. You can also find old fabrics and turn them into curtains, bed covers, cushions, garlands and so much more. The more eclectic and mismatched, the better it looks (like in the room pictured at the top). How incredibly charming is that room? There is lots of different vintage furniture, fabrics and decorations in the room and together it looks magical.
We went looking for some eclectic vintage kids rooms that ooze charm and don’t follow any rules. Nothing is off limits in these rooms and there’s a lot of mixing and matching going on. Here are some more of our favourites:
In this room, we have a bit of everything. An old bed, an old cabinet, vintage suitcase for storage, vintage fabric and more. Nothing matches yet it all comes together beautifully creating a charming and imaginative space for a kid.
Vintage doesn’t have to be about the furniture only. We love how they’ve added vintage decorations like those old paintings and the old globe to this room. And the colours too have been chosen with vintage shades in mind. The blue/mustard combo looks so regal, evoking a sense of the past.
This room is a vintage wonderland! From the handmade garland using vintage style fabric to the mattresses stacked on the floor. The aged dotty wallpaper adds even more charm to this imaginative room.
Romantic, charming, eclectic — there are so many words to describe this beautiful vintage room. From that very traditional floor lamp to the vintage wallpaper and rug, there is so much to love about this room.
Again, in this room, we have an eclectic, mismatched mix of vintage goodies. That old metal bed is charming and the old posters like that dated map of Paris all add to the charm of this room.
Are you tempted to decorate in a mix and match vintage style?
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