If you have a love for antiquity and old age spirits, then gather around the screen. We’ve compiled a list of 15 DIY decor pieces for your vintage bedroom that will add just the right amount of personalization and punch that you’re craving. From Victorian bits to mod pieces, let’s have a look at some of our favorites.
1. Jewelry Drawer
Wedding Star starts us off with this quaint and charming vintage-styled desktop drawer. Use it to organize jewelry or other tidbits to your liking. Hop on over now to check out the tutorial.
2. Suitcase Cabinet
Small, vintage suitcases can be turned into cabinets for the walls. Who knew?! Check out all the fun by visiting the geniuses over at Apartment Therapy.
3. Picture Frames
Pictures frames are always a really great way to bring in design and texture to your home. And by finding the right styles, you can evoke the vision you’re aiming for – like vintage appeal. These ones from Martha Stewart certainly do the trick.
4. Pressed Lavender
Bless’er House went with a pressed lavender piece of art for their vintage abode. Learn how to take fresh lavender and turn it into something special for your own home. Take the leap and check out the tutorial now.
5. Coffee Pot Vase
Dreamy Whites shows us all kinds of fun style ideas. If you’ve got a vintage piece already or maybe you want to search the flea markets for the perfect find … these vase ideas are sheer antique-inspired beauty. Just grab a pot and throw in some buds.
6. Birdcage Light
Over at love-ub.co, you’ll be inspired to create some new lighting for your vintage space. This antique birdcage turned nightstand lamp is such a great little project to dive into. Check it out now for more inspiration.
7. Rose Curtain Tie-Backs
Even your window dressings could have a pinch of old age spirit tied into their stylings. Check out this fun idea from pinwin, for example. Grab some roses to give them the right kind of accent.
8. Burlap & Lace Garland
Carissa Miss made a textural, pretty burlap and lace garland that would be great to sprinkle around the bedroom as well. Along the headboard, near a mantle or banister, garlands are great ways to add interest in light, unsuspecting ways.
9. Gated Photo Holder
Here’s a great way to display your photos. Use a gated piece as such and make sure you’re involving that vintage flair into all the smallest nooks, crannies, and details. Inspiration gathered from our friends at Trois Petites Filles.
10. Ruffled Pillow
The Girl Inspired went with ruffled pillows as her bedroom accent. Delicate and charming, these vintage-styled pieces are perfect as throws inside your antique vision. We love the design in blush but it could be just as beautiful in powder blue or lilac.
11. Lace Pots
A Beautiful Mess went with a blend of modern and vintage in these potted designs. Succulents are so on trend right now and this is a really easy way to bring in some old age spirit. Add some lace to the clay!
12. Floral Chandelier
honestlywtf created a floral chandelier that fits the delicate, romantic nature of a vintage vision. This would be such a beautiful addition in a guest room or above a nightstand. And you can use any petals that you love the most.
13. Sheet Music
Sarah Joy took some older sheet music and turned it into art for her cottage-styled, vintage vision. There are so many different routes to take with this and it’s really a great addition to guest rooms. We bet you can find some vintage sheets at a flea market if you look hard enough!
14. Farmhouse Clocks
Raggedy Bits will walk you through this stunning farmhouse clock project. We love everything about the look from the distressed frame to the muddied clock faces. Display it on a mantle or desktop.
And finally, Knick of Time used vintage pieces to put together this tiered-design. It’s great for organizing odds and ends, and displaying bits that you’re proud of. This works in the kitchen but also in the bedrooms as well.