Antique Collecting for Modernists

Antique Collecting for Modernists

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Regina Yunghans
Sep 15, 2010

The mixture of contemporary and antique furnishings creates an eclectic look that appeals to many of us. So, even for the modernists out there, you can still spend weekends antiquing and collecting pieces older than mid-century modern. Here are a few inspiration photos to show you what we're talking about:

Mixing periods and styles can be a great way to introduce contemporary furnishings into a home with traditional architecture or the reverse: antiques in a contemporary home. A few related posts for more:

(Images: Scrap Paper, Francois Dischinger/nola.com, Canadian House & Home, Brockschmidt Coleman Interiors, Catrin & Chris's "New Traditional" in Woodley Park)

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