Vintage Home Interior Trends for 2024

25th March 2024

As trends come and go, it’s no surprise that we’re seeing a rise in the popularity of vintage furniture. People are looking to add character and charm to their homes, and what better way to do that than by incorporating pieces from the past?

Vintage furniture is a great way to add a unique touch to your home decor. Whether you’re looking for a statement piece or just want to add some character to your space, vintage furniture has something to offer. From mid-century modern to antique pieces, there’s a style to suit every taste. But throughout 2024 we are anticipating a rise in the classic and timeless pieces.

One of the biggest advantages of buying vintage furniture is that it’s often much more affordable than buying new. You can find high-quality pieces at a fraction of the cost of a new item. Plus, vintage furniture has already stood the test of time, so you know it’s built to last.

Another benefit of vintage furniture is that it’s often more environmentally friendly than buying new. By choosing to buy second-hand, you’re helping to reduce the demand for new products and the resources used to make them.

Of course, there are some downsides to buying vintage furniture too. It can be harder to find exactly what you’re looking for, and you may have to put in some extra effort to restore and maintain your new pieces. But for many people, the benefits outweigh the drawbacks.

Here, we share the styles that we expect to see more of in 2024 so keep your eyes peeled for these in particular:

Dark & dramatic

While light and minimalist wood finishes have been popular in interior design for a while, a new trend is emerging in vintage furniture with darker, more ornate styles are making a comeback.

This shift towards more ornate and detailed furniture designs is a welcome change from the sleek and modern styles that have dominated the market in recent years.

Mixing old and new

To achieve a great scheme in your home interior, it’s important to strike the right balance between vintage furniture and more modern pieces. Finding the balance can be difficult but when done correctly it is so rewarding. 

Alongside your new vintage dresser, opt for a more modern piece of art to sit above it and a mix of decor accessories to strike the harmonious balance between the two styles. 

Mid-century modern

This retro style has always been a main driver for vintage furniture within the trade industry, with its earthy pallets and unique designs. But we expect to see more and more of this style within people’s homes in 2024. 

Woven materials

We’re talking bamboo, reed and rattan pieces that don’t hesitate to make a statement in any room. With interior design in general becoming more and more about natural materials and colours this is an obvious choice to add warmth and texture.

Overall, the rise in popularity of vintage furniture is a great trend to see. Not only does it add character and charm to our homes, but it also helps us to be more environmentally conscious while saving money. So, the next time you’re looking to add some new pieces to your home, consider checking out your local vintage furniture store or flea market.