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vintage inspiration: dining

by Amy Azzarito


If there’s one thing the Design*Sponge community has in common, it’s a love of vintage. A couple weeks ago, Grace and I decided to escape the Brooklyn heat for some Connecticut vintage shopping. It was pouring rain, but we managed to hit quite a few spots, and when we saw this plate at Leonce Antiques, we thought the colors would be great inspiration for a room. So here is our first post for a new column in which we turn our favorite vintage finds into design inspiration. We hope it inspires you on your quest for unique vintage pieces. — Amy Azzarito

Object photography by Maxwell Tielman


Images above (clockwise from left): Spinning Vessels Bowl, $14; Salt and Pepper Shakers, $50; Lemon Gumdrop Pendant, $69; Strut Table in Watermelon, $500–$700; Dipped Juice Cup, $25; Standard Chair, $325; Brass Match Holder, $28.01 (via Tydepool); Summer Sangria Mix, $10; Sorrento Platter, $58

Read the full post after the jump . . .


Images above (clockwise from left): Cantilever Lamp, $149; Maison Bouche Chocolate, $6; Modern Neon Serving Spoons, $22; Zambales Storage Basket, $68; Princeton Junior Wall Sconce, $159; Belvoir Fruit Farms Lemonade, $8; Riviera Side Chair, $198; Whisk, $8; Matte Porcelain Cup, $25; Aldo Pitcher, $268; Slotted Serving Spoon, $38; Graphic Lidded Basket, $99–$149

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