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9 styles of vintage sofas to adopt in your interior

9 styles of vintage sofas to adopt in your interior

Nothing is more vintage than velvet


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Ah, the velvet… The very material of vintage, velvet is more and more present in our interiors. Cushions, plaids, sofas or armchairs, velvet is back in fashion. To bring this material into your home, opt for a velvet sofa!

Bench style


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At the time, the corner sofa, the chaise longue and other forms of sofas that we know today, were not common in interiors or even non-existent. We preferred to install straight and relatively short seats in bright colors like yellow, red, green, or conversely deep shades (midnight blue, duck green, burgundy…). Today vintage is resurfacing and becoming fashionable again, especially with the benches!

Studded sofa


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Also, the studded sofa is one of the vintage sofas that are becoming trendy again. The nails bring a design and neat side to the look of your sofa and bring out its shape and color. With its misshapen backrest, this model makes your interior unique and sophisticated. Perfect for a reading corner, in an entrance or a wide hallway to bring vintage into your interior.

A shabby chic sofa


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The style shabby chic is very trendy now. If the term "shabby chic" literally means "worn chic" in English, the shabby chic decor gives a charming look to your interior. The style advocates the aspect of recovery, recycling, restoration of furniture to make them real highly elegant pieces. Often patinated and painted white, this type of sofa has the gift of bringing a lot of light and character to your interior. In addition, the legs, armrests and back of a shabby chic sofa are often worked with care, painted or carved with pretty little shapes. This style goes perfectly with light colors like powder pink, sky blue or apple green.

Shiny black leather for a vintage sofa


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The leather on a sofa has everything of a vintage look. So if you want to (re) arrange your interior in a vintage way with retro pieces mottled in garage sales or flea markets, the leather sofa is the essential element for your new decor! Timeless, leather has been present in our interiors for many years.

A colorful sofa


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What could be more vintage than a sofa with rather original colors. And retro colors are more than trendy today. It is therefore less and less rare to see purple, apple green or fuchsia pink sofas again in interiors these days. And the rendering isn't that old-fashioned after all, right?

Curves and rounded design


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Nothing more original than having a sofa, at the time often called bench or sofa,with rounded shapes and ever more pop colors ! This sofa model ticks all the boxes of vintage: original shape, velvet, bright color.

English style, Chesterfied way


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For an interior so british, nothing better than installing one of those famous Chesterfield sofas. Originally dressed in leather, today you will find it in both velvet and suede. Its particular upholstery and its armrests with rounded ends make it easily identifiable and bring a certain charm to your interior. Club style sofa, this style of sofa also ticks all the boxes of a vintage atmosphere!

Aged way for an industrial look


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If industrial decoration is attracting more and more, it is thanks to the retro atmosphere that it brings to our interiors. Metal lamps and furniture, brick walls… If we often associate metal and brick with this style, aged leather also gives it an industrial feel ! So for an even more retro and vintage atmosphere, opt for an aged leather sofa.