Decorating With Vintage Carpets – Anyone looking to add vintage carpets to an interior space will find they can drastically change the entire look of any room by using one or more rugs. Of course, there are many different styles when it comes to vintage carpets.
This can makes it hard to choose from them for each space. Thankfully, there are some general rules to follow when it comes to the process. Size and placement of the carpet is crucial. Continue Reading
Vintage chenille fabrics indicates a quality where raised tufts of yarn from the base fabric create the look and feel of a caterpillar. Chenille bedspreads, bathrobes, curtains and other items were particularly in vogue from the early to mid 20th century in the United States. Though chenille bedspreads and other items are still manufactured to this day, collecting vintage chenille for interior design is rising in popularity.
Chenille bedspread production can trace its roots to an earlier American interior design: candlewicking. Candlewicking was a form of embroidery popular in colonial times where white candlewick threading was used to make designs on muslin sheets, particularly for bedspreads.