I traveled to North Carolina last week and, as I always do, I stocked up on fashion magazines for the flights. It’s my little “hey, I’m going to be stuck in a cramped seat on a crowded flight for way too long” indulgence.
As I flipped through magazine after magazine, a particular trend caught my eye.
Designers were embracing lace.
A LOT of lace.
Which means that the current trend for vintage lace in interiors is only going to get stronger. But how do you embrace the look without going full on frilly? Here are some suggestions….
First off, you should limit yourself to only one, at most two, lace items in a room. This vintage lace hanging lamp, from Etsy seller Nice, makes a great statement, without seeming fussy. Plus, the shadows from the lace further soften the room.
Speaking of softening a room, that is the second thing you should take away from this post – lace works best as a way to introduce a softer line to rooms that would otherwise seem too harsh or stark. So if there is a room in your house that feels dead or cold, try adding a touch of lace.
Lastly, keep in mind that the vintage lace look doesn’t actually have to be, well,… lace. It can take the form of a stenciled floor…
a pretty piece of decorative ceramic (love these bird bowls!)…
or even a concrete curtain.
So go on, give vintage lace a try. You KNOW you want to!
Oh, and to find out more about these images, and many other cool ways to use lace, check out my Trending – Vintage Lace board on Pinterest.
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