Every home should have: A modern vintage piece

S. Russell Groves home via Elle Decor.  Etagere by Paul McCobb
I can only see benefits when thinking of Vintage modern furniture, especially when
paired with basically all kinds of antiques.  Besides being investment
pieces, when original, they help lighten up an atmosphere that tends to look
rigid or rigorous.  And last but not least there is no better way than
recycling when it comes to contributing to the safety of our planet. 
Sela Ward home
Design by Steven Harris and Lucien Rees Roberts
via Iiiinspired
Mathias Kiss

A few lovely pieces.  Yes expensive, but great inspiration to go out to fleet market and hunt for similar vintage pieces.
Chandelier, Stephane Ducatteau bookcase, floor lamp, 60’s Italian leather sofa, lucite cocktail table, 1950’s large Italian pottery, Mies Van Der Rohe chaise loungePierre Pauline chair in yellow,

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