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Vintage Is So Modern

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Incorporating vintages pieces in your home is both a unique and tasteful way to create the perfect environment, allowing for your individuality to shine through your home decor. Striking contrasts of these old mixed with your new can give your home the matchless look you’ve wanted for so long. Cotton Candy truly believes that vintage is the modern perpesctive, hence why we’ve collected images of these breathtaking pieces listed below. Start by clicking the first image in gallery, and let’s journey back in time — vintage style.

1. 1974 acrylic on board portrait by southern artist, Larry Connatser $4200

2. 1970s fabricated brass wall sculpture $450

3. 1970s classic piece from the Curtis Jere’ studios in California $750

4. 1960s Blenko glass dish from the Blenko factory in West Virgina; a classic style that they made in every color typically from the left over glass used for large vase and bottle forms $28

5. 1960s solid carved teak candle holders $38

6. Muntz 21″ TV $650

7. 1950s reclining slipper chair and ottoman; four position set that hooks together to make a daybed. Unknown maker $980

8. 1960s Danish sofa; imported from Copenhagen with original fabric and simple rosewood frame $1750

9. Large vintage mosaic still life $85

10. 1959 Jefferson – Golden Hour “Mystery” electric clock.  Clock face 7.5″ diameter. $125

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