Charmingly old fashioned, quirky and individualistic, casual yet a bit romantic, versatile and budget friendly: that’s the beauty of a room decorated with vintage finds. It’s a far-reaching style that makes it easy to show off creativity, and can’t be contained to one simple definition. But in general, vintage style means decorating with furnishings, fabrics, accessories, and colors that were popular decades back in particular, the styles of the 1940s and 1950s. Technically, however, the term“vintage” refers to any item that is more than 20 years old, but less than 100.
Gorgeous, welcoming, and tranquil bedrooms: you pin and re-pin them on Pinterest, sigh over them on interior design websites, and drool over their images in glossy home décor magazines. But if you are like many people, you shrug off the idea that you could have a bedroom just as beautiful, just as peaceful, just as cozy, and most importantly, just as much the room of your dreams. And you can do it without spending a fortune. In fact, with the great advice from top interior decorator Lindsay Pennington, you can do it yourself, whatever your budget and whatever your favorite decorating style. Read on for Lindsay’s five steps for a top-to-toe bedroom makeover that can be completed in a weekend.