Using Vintage Fabric, Antique Linens, Retro and Toile Fabric to Create A Rockstar Look

Vintage fabric, antique linens, toiles and retro inspired fabric have something special that can really add a different dimension to any room. Rooms filled with old and new fabrics have a certain style and quality. They look more lived in, thoughtful and interesting.You don't need a lot - in fact the trend is to use less to get just a hint of the style and pattern. Use a mix of vintage floral fabrics, antique braids and tassels or retro fabrics - use new if you can't find original... here are photos, videos and lists of different types of vintage fabrics and how to use them like a decorator.
Use vintage stripes and antique linens with modern fabrics for a warm, comfortable look.
Mixing vintage florals fabrics with reupholstery fabrics and some vintage plates looks great.
Old and new vintage florals and stripes for cushions and quilts.
Use a vintage lace bedspread as a tablecloth or curtain.
Vintage toile fabrics with modern geometric fabrics look great together.
Toile curtains ...

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