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Dine in Style - Modern Vintage

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Modern vintage style is all about mixing the old with the contemporary to create home wares and textiles that are timeless and classic. Scandinavian and mid-century styles are currently a popular trend, which originated from the 1950's and add a touch of warmth and simplicity to the home. Dine in style with these selected Modern Vintage furniture pieces.

Modern Vintage by Harley and Lola

1) Kielder Dining Table

This solid oak dining table is a key example of Scandinavian style. Its minimalist design is practical and sturdy. Complete the look and pair with Danish style dining chairs or the matching Kielder bench.

2) Kielder Bench

Pair this sleek white oak furniture bench with the Kielder dining table as a practical approach to seating the family at dinner. The neutral colour scheme and light oak grain stays true to Scandinavian style and can therefore be matched to any room of the home.

3) Arlon Dining Chair

If you were to ever look up ‘mid-century’ in the dictionary, this gorgeous retro dining chair would certainly be the definition. Made of grey weave fabric, you may decide to add contrast by accessorising with small patterned cushions in a brighter shade.

4) Wycombe Open Display Unit

Bring a touch of rustic charm to your interior with this white oak display unit, perfect for storing your vintage china. You may decide to place in the dining room, kitchen or the living room to compliment your other mid-century furniture, or purchase as an individual statement piece.

5) Antique Rattan and Linen Lantern

A romantic ambience will be in the air with this charming lantern set for your dining room or outdoor patio. You may decide to hang from a tree or place on your vintage dining table as you sit back and enjoy quality family time by candlelight.

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Posted on November 18 2016
by: Sam Kean

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