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Vintage Mod Art

As the name implies, Vintage Mod is a style of decor that mixes the old with the new. The look can be created by adding vintage accent pieces such as artwork and accessories in a room that has modern furnishings and style. Conversely, adding modern accents to a more traditional room would also work.

The Vintage Mod look has a lot of clean lines combined with diverse materials such as metals, brick, wood, plastic and leather. It is a hybrid of styles that includes the simple and uncluttered look of Scandinavian, the warmth of Rustic and a a little bit of Mid-Century Modern can even be thrown in to create an eclectic look. Neutral colors such as creams, yellows, whites and beiges are abundant in a Vintage Mod decor as are brown, black and gray.

Vintage Mod Style


Living Room

It does not take a lot of effort to incorporate the Vintage Mod style in a room. One of the quickest and most affordable ways to achieve this look is through artwork. A modern living room can easily be transformed into a Vintage Mod style by adding a large piece of artwork, such as a framed vintage world map, over the couch. A series of modern geometric framed art pieces added to a contemporary room with leather couches, rustic wooden coffee table and a Persian rug also creates the Vintage Mod look.

If you are more adventurous and really want to make a statement, you can also redesign the entire room to create a stylish space that screams Vintage Mod. Wide plank farmhouse wood floors can be painted white and a series of metal pendant lights can be hung from above in an interesting wire pattern design. Furnish the room with a retro style couch, mid-century coffee table and modern black rug. Finally decorate with unusual pieces such as a vintage suitcase, framed art and an old refurbished step ladder to create a space that encompasses all that is Vintage Mod.

Framed Vintage Mod Art
Dawn's Early Light Flag II
The Daily Grind
Uncommon Cowboy
Take Me Home
Beach Time III Neutral
Suitcases
California Roads
The Owl And The Pussycat
Vintage Wine Opener 4
Vintage Fashion Pop of Color Heels and Handbags
Deer In Blue Dress
Burchell's Zebra

Nook

Another simple way to introduce Vintage Mod into your home is through small accent pieces in a corner or nook of a room. Create a unique storage unit by stacking old repurposed wooden crates against a black wall. Add a modern side table and a pair of framed vintage bird prints to complete the look.

In an ultra-modern kitchen with granite countertops, white subway tile backsplash and flat faced cabinets, add a couple of natural wood open shelves decorated with stainless steel containers and hang framed prints of vintage silverware to achieve the look and feel of Vintage Mod.

Create a study nook in front of an old brick wall by adding modern pendant lights in black, a Scandinavian style desk with an old-fashioned dial telephone and finish off the space by adding a modern framed abstract print of circles.

Vintage Mod Art Decor

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