Who says all your furniture has to match? Mixing old and new pieces is one of our favorite looks—and it's also a great way to add interest, texture and a certain eclectic panache to any room. Take a look at these 11 spaces, where antiques and modern pieces combine to create a timeless look that's just right.
Above: Midcentury pieces blend with antiques in a Swedish home from Femina.
The antique table adds a bit of texture and history to this room by Lorenzo Castillo.
We love the contrast between the elegant scrollwork of the bed and the geometric wire base of the table in this bedroom spotted on My Scandinavian Home.
An antique clawfoot table meets space age-y Saarinen Tulip chairs in a dining room from Vogue.
Modern furniture gives a very traditional space from Bo Bedre a light, fresh feel.
In this living room from Domino, a traditionally styled sofa paired with delicate, modern pieces makes for a fresh but comfortable vibe.
All it takes is one or two traditional pieces to add texture, style and just a little bit of excitement to a modern room. Image from Domino.
A Cherner chair pairs perfectly with an antique desk in a historic home in Michigan (spotted on My Domaine).
Wingback bergère-like chairs come together effortlessly with a modern coffee table and tufted sofa in this lofty space from SF Girl by Bay.
A New York home, spotted on Architectural Digest Spain, combines old and new pieces for a quirky, eclectic mix.
For further inspiration: 10 Ways to Work Vintage Pieces into Modern Interiors