Check out My Style. This Hollywood Glam Pinterest board showcases a dreamy and indulgent living/dining/library/parlor design (for those who actually have a library or parlor, which I do not, but full intend to get should this blog ever become famous) in a neutral pallet. I tend to like a more high-contrast pallet but I could still indulge in these spaces for a long time!
I love vintage. While I could never adhere to a strictly vintage diet (I change my mind too much for that), I often get a hankerin’ for a good vintage aesthetic mixed with modern style. Case in point – vintage posters. I have three hanging in my dining room. It would seem a slightly unconventional way to decorate but I suppose that is why I like it. While many designers might shop for oil-paintings or tapestries, I seem to be drawn to graphic art. Honestly, I get completely lost trying to select traditional art for a space. Too many options tends to try my patience. But posters ignite my creativity and love for bold colors! Remember your tween/teen bedroom? Although most of us have graduated from NKOTB prints on the ceiling, we still tend to look right past the poster isle when decorating. Inexpensive, easy to frame, and not too serious, vintage prints are a feast for the eyes. They also have the added perk of quickly using a lot of real estate on a large, blank wall.
These prints are in my dining room. I purchased these at Cost Plus World Market. Why cars? Because the hubs is all about his cars. He has been a grease monkey and an auto body guy since he was a kid. This is my way of bringing some of my main man into our design.
Printcollection.com has a HUGE selection of vintage prints at very affordable prices! Not only do they have an amazing collection, their service is unmatched! I can honestly say that the quality of paper and the crisp, clean graphics are very impressive! My fave is “Chicago, Braniff International Airways”.