Integrating vintage and aged furnishings into a design mostly means construing together objects from artistic movements that are years or centuries apart—or, in case the pieces fit the same period, designers must make sure that the panache of the space does not look stale or unoriginal. Remember that you don’t re-form a room from the past. Make a room that speaks at the moment by mingling in both current and vintage pieces. It’s thrilling to give an old new life or to present it in the latest and stimulating way. We can share ingenious designs with them. And they work astoundingly well in current spaces–particularly when combined with modern artwork. Have a little fun with the design!" Just look for fascinating profiles—pieces that are well prepared and definitive examples of the age, or a piece that is ignored because it has such bad cloth and requires a bit of apparition and love to bring it back to life. Never buy something with mechanical issues—wood is difficult to rebuild. In a room, some people usually like to keep it in a comparable era range, like the 70s and 80s. There are some ages that normally go together and others that sense as they compete.