10How to furnish a vintage style home
Whether for home furnishings or for fashion, vintage style adds quality and value to objects and products from the past, dating back to the 20° century. In this regard, architects, designers and home furnishings experts go back in time, exploring patterns, interior designs and trends of a time that goes from the Fifties to the Eighties. But how to furnish a vintage style home? Here are the most significant examples.
Knowing all the secrets on how to furnish a vintage style home is not as difficult as it may seem, as it is enough to follow a precise and essential common thread which is antique and full of memories. Indeed, vintage style considers the recovery of objects that are full of nostalgia and passion, ready to regain value. In this way, the colours of the interiors become an explosion of energizing shades: this palette can be used to upholster cushioned chairs or for old style carpets, thus making the floors lively and coloured. One of the most used materials for a vintage style home is definitely wood. This material can express all the charm of the past and is perfect in this context. Whether it is a rough parquet, ruined effect, or an antiquarian table to be positioned at the center of the living area, you don’t have to be afraid of daring.
An extra touch is also given by cushioned armchairs upholstered with brown leather, characterized by warm and aged colours, uncomfortable seats but fluffy and tempting pillows. Yes even to industrial vintage style: dynamic, modern but at the same time retro, this Fifties style can be ideal for furnishing interiors.
The line of skirting boards PVC Line 8605
To frame and highlight the vintage details, Profilpas has created a line that suits well this style characterized by old memories. PVC Line 8605 is a foam PVC skirting board covered with PDS film, a special covering which accurately reproduces the essence and the veins of wood. Available in 73 decors, it can be further customized with a minimum order of 500 meters. PVC Line 8605 can be fixed to the wall with adhesive (PP/96) or nails, does not absorb water, does not contain formaldehyde, is resistant to impacts, UV-ray, wear (certified AC3) and the products usually used for cleaning floors and coverings.