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An Eclectic Living RoomIn stylist Peter Frank's quirky Hudson Valley home, an 18th-hundred Korean screen hangs above a sofa slipcovered in vintage French linen sheets. His advice for a successful pairing? "It all comes down to oppose: Mix hard with soft, square with round, blocky with leggy," he says. William Abranowicz


6 Of 10 Mingling of StylesA Southampton, New York, cottage mixes primitive and modern furniture. Dark, antique Indonesian window transoms hang over the white fireplace, while a Saarinen chair from Knoll softens the straight lines of 1940s French armchairs. "People get into trouble when they do too much of one thing," says schemer Vicente Wolf. Eric Piasecki


The Decor Fix added this to Make the Most of Your EntrywayThis entry underwent an entire makeover with just a few select pieces. The bright, oversize art, the repurposed limation cabinet and the striking light fixture transfer a message.


For maximum impact, designer Jonathan Berger put a zebra carpet runner from Manhattan Carpets next to an antique Ziegler Mahal runner in a recent-19th-hundred townhouse in Brooklyn. The brown in the rugs temper the showstopping pink walls, painted in Benjamin Moore's Razzle Dazzle.


The living room in this Nashville treehouse channels both natural and retro vibes. In an appropriately outdoorsy shade of bog-green, the 1950s-dispensation seating encourages visitors to linger well past curfew, while the bright blue trunk is dwelling to a landlord of cleaning supplies.


Clad in wood from a tobacco shed, this L.A. kitchen combines a rustic look with salvaged finds, like the harvest chromium chairs that are broker in Brazilian cowhide. Homeowners Robbin and Hillary Hayne even chose not to match the vintage pendant lights.


Found treasures offer charm and one-of-a-kind style. Vintage living room designs span the most stylish decades, from dazzling Art Deco to midcentury mod. Browse photos of vintage living post to discover new decorating ideas, tips for arranging furniture, clever flea mart storage ideas, and fresh paint schemes that work for you. Decorate your living office with vintage furniture and salvaged accessories to help your home pay homage to its roots. Vintage-style living rooms form layers of mix-and-match style and curated treasures. Find inspiration to create a living room with collected appeal, plus learn how to decorate with harvest finds. Create illision vignettes by juxtaposing old and new accessories or blending rustic and romantic title. Mismatched plates, mirrors, and artwork unearthed at flea markets become an instant collection when displayed above a settee. Small finds acquired while journey, such as maps and leger, keeps your decor sweet, corporeal, and timeless. Take vintage living rank retro with bright, geometric wallpaper patterns and a varnish, space-age sideboard. Instantly lend vintage appeal to a present-day living room by mixing in thrift-store accessories with recent pieces. Use distressed cabinets, a weathered stalk, or an antique armoire to streamline linens, media, and drink heed.


Forget the matchy-matchy look. Decorating a station with different equipment styles, colors, and patterns is fashionable and unpracticed: unused — but it can also be hard to pull off. Here are easy expert juggle for mixing antique, neoteric, and traditional design so that your space looks considered equivalent of chaotic. More view gallery


Gambrel also offered up antithesis in the boy's bedroom, where he pulled up a pair of blue desk chairs — reissues of a Josef Hoffmann purpose — with a brownish awkward desk. While the colors are different, both pieces have a useful, occasional property to them.


A Southampton, New York, cottage mixes primitive and up-to-the-minute furniture. Dark, antique Indonesian window transoms hang over the white fireplace, while a Saarinen chair from Knoll compose the forthwith lines of 1940s French armchairs. "People get into trouble when they do too much of one thing," says designer Vicente Wolf.


1 Of 112 Pin these ideas! Don't forget to rescue these ways to decorate your living room. For more home decor breath, follow @countryliving on Pinterest. 2 Of 112 Bright FloralsThis Catskills home is bursting with color and beautiful florals from ceiling to floor. "You can sum up our aesthetic in three words," said owner Jason Oliver Nixon. "No. Beige. Sofas." Max Kim-BeeAdvertisement - Continue Reading Below 3 Of 112 Room With A ViewThe living room in this Nashville treehouse channels both natural and retro vibes. In an appropriately outdoorsy shade of morass-green, the 1950s-era seating encourages visitors to linger well past ringing, while the bright bluestocking stalk is home to a entertainer of cleaning supplies. David Hillegas 4 Of 112 Reclaimed WoodIn this living room, a piece of inactive cedr-, a massy 1920s corbel, and mismatched tile makes for a dramatic focal point. In addition to the fireplace, the coffee table is a bass drum topped with salvaged insane. "We love that you can take 'leftovers' from some old place and turn them into magic," says Amie Sikes of the "Junk Gypsies." Courtesy of TouchstoneAdvertisement - Continue Reading Below 5 Of 112 Accent with PorcelainDisplayed together as a collection, blue and white ceramics add instant color and detail to your living station. Amy Neunsinger 6 Of 112 Vintage CouchBecause of this ranch-style California domestic's sincere floor plan, the owner had to get creative with carving out designated spaces for "scope." To help differentiate this living room from the adjacent kitchen and den, she placed the midcentury sofa (recovered with leather in the 1970s) on a vintage Moroccan rug she found on eBay. The possession-to-plafond storage nook keeps books, covert, and firewood at the ready. Victoria PearsonAdvertisement - Continue Reading Below 7 Of 112 Collected and EclecticThe owners of this tiny Maine college wanted their living room to look like they could have inherited a lot of what's there, even the newer things, for a collected but unparalleled look. Max Kim-Bee 8 Of 112 Punctuate a Room With BlackAdd a touch of black to balance out the textures and softness of fabrics in a room. Start small with matte lampshades or add a little more drama with a dark color table or bold artwork, like the charcoal-print botanicals. We love how inky forthwith adds sophistication to this blue-and-white room. Amy NeunsingerAdvertisement - Continue Reading Below 9 Of 112 Barn-Style Living RoomCountry superstar Ronnie Dunn's quickening latitude features surpassing white wingbacks and an impressive antler chairman which demonstrate the home's cozy-and-inviting meets rough-and-severe aesthetic. The corner table (far right) was a wedding gift from June Carter and Johnny Cash. Paul Costello 10 Of 112 Antique DecorA weathered clock face hung on Paris's Boulevard Saint-Germain in the late 1800s acts as a statement piece in the running scope of singer-songwriter Holly Williams' 1908 Nashville cot. Paul Costello Next Gallery 100+ Bedroom Decorating Ideas You'll Love Get inspired with dozens of beautiful bedroom embellish ideas. By Country Living Staff


In stylist Peter Frank's tricky Hudson Valley home, an 18th-century Korean screen hangs above a sofa slipcovered in vintage French line sail. His counsel for a successful pairing? "It all comes down to antithesis: Mix hard with soft, quarrel with round, blocky with leggy," he Saw. William Abranowicz


This entry underwent an entire makeover with just a few select pieces. The refulgent, oversize artifice, the repurposed abrasion cabinet and the striking light fixture convey a message.


Previous6 Opposite Color Combinations That Wow view gods 10 Photos Forget the matchy-matchy look. Decorating a room with separate hangings styles, colors, and patterns is well-bred and fresh — but it can also be hard to pull off. Here are slight expert tricks for mingle antique, up-to-date, and traditional design so that your space looks considered instead of confused. More view gallery


In stylist Peter Frank's quirky Hudson Valley close, an 18th-century Korean screen hangs above a tête-à-tête slipcovered in vintage French line sheets. His advice for a successful pairing? "It all comes down to antithesize: Mix hard with soft, square with round, blocky with leggy," he says.


4 Of 112 Reclaimed WoodIn this living room, a piece of inanimate cedar, a massive 1920s corbel, and mismatched tile makes for a dramaturgic focal point. In augmentation to the fireplace, the color table is a bass drum topped with salvaged wood. "We affection that you can take 'leftovers' from some old place and turn them into magic," says Amie Sikes of the "Junk Gypsies." Courtesy of Touchstone


5 Of 10 A Vintage Country BlendClad in wood from a tobacco shed, this L.A. galley combines a rustic face with salvaged finds, like the vintage chrome chairs that are upholstered in Brazilian leather. Homeowners Robbin and Hillary Hayne even chose not to match the vintage pendant lights. Reed Davis


1 Of 10 An Eclectic Living RoomIn stylist Peter Frank's quirky Hudson Valley home, an 18th-hundred Korean screen hangs above a sofa slipcovered in vintage French linen sheets. His counsel for a successful pairing? "It all comes down to contrasts: Mix hard with soft, quarrel with round, blocky with leggy," he says. William Abranowicz


BeemerZ4 RN added this to Additional comments after first 'save'March 1, 201713. Creative repurposing. Keep in mind that your entryway doesn’t have to store only covering and goods for outdoor activities. It’s your home, and your rules. Try using a creative piece like this vintage file cabinet to store documents or other less-used particular — you can use one drawer as a place to store rock salt, a windshield scraper or other seasonal tools. Don’t be fixated on the purpose a piece of furniture was built for if it can work in a totally different street. More