The only books I keep anymore are vintage. As most people have done for current reading material, I have switched to digital. But vintage book page decor holds a special place in my heart.
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When I add vintage pages into my decor, I think it adds texture and a little mystery to my vignettes.
These are some quick simple ways to add book pages into your decorating. Vintage page decor blends well with farmhouse style decor as well as industrial, and eclectic. Below are many ways to incorporate vintage page decor into your decorating.
Lets start with this idea. Take a page out of a book. Roll it lengthwise and tie with twine. Make several rolls and drop them into a glass bottle for interest and mystery. This ideas works well with map pages also.
Or you can take book pages and spread them casually under decor items, to add a layer of interest.
Here’s another idea. What about using the whole book? Put a book under decor objects, to give an additional layer to a vignette.
Have you seen this idea before? Books can be folded to make interesting additions to your decor.
Perhaps you want a little more impact on your decor? Here I lined the inside of a cabinet with vintage pages.
Making Vintage Page Decor
Have you ever considered the many ways that vintage pages can be made into decor objects?
See how book pages can be made into garland as Gina at The shabby creek cottage did.
4. A vintage page banner like Sarah from Vintage Nest made is inexpensive and clever.
5. Do you need a little art work? Aimme the Crazy Craft Lady shows you how to add botanicals to your vintage pages, making spring artwork suitable for framing.
6. Book decor could be used to make gifts also. Here Jamie at An Oregon Cottage used vintage pages to decorate coasters.
No vintage pages on hand? Go see Angie from Knick of time where she has printable vintage dictionary pages
I hope you are inspired by the ideas for vintage page decor. Have you used vintage page decor in your home?
Have a Wonderful Day!
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