Where to Find Neutral Vintage Art
Hello dear friend!
I’m so grateful you stopped by the blog today! Over the last few months I’ve been on a mission to fill our home with more art and today I thought I would share where to find neutral vintage art and some of my favorites!
Why Vintage Neutral Art
It’s no secret that my heart craves neutral decor and the art I’m drawn to is no exception. Art is a great and easy way to change the feel of a space and by choosing neutral pieces it’s all interchangeable. This means you can move it around from room to room or display it in a different way to quickly refresh a space. Aside from enjoying the calming palette of a neutral space this is another huge benefit. Essentially, I do this will all of our decor and furniture. When I have the itch to switch things up I always always shop our home first!
Neutral Vintage Art in the Living Room
I also love mixing different mediums or styles of art. Here in the living room I hung this gorgeous vintage art print by Anton Mauve entitled “Spring”. This piece brings subtle color to the space and as always I view and use green as neutral. I found this print on Etsy by using search words like “farm print” “vintage print” “sheep print” and “vintage sheep print”.
Then above it I hung this old photo that I was so drawn to at an antique shop. On the back it read “the whole town” and I just thought that was so interesting! Old photos are definitely a favorite neutral art of mine!
Other Side of the Living Room
On the other side of the living room I have an old door tucked behind our furniture. I love using architectural salvage or other vintage finds as a way to layer art. It adds tons of interest and dimension to the space and the art piece itself. This landscape etching is another one of my favorite types of art. This piece was an Etsy find too and I searched using words like “vintage etching” “landscape etching” “vintage lithograph” and “antique lithograph”.
Neutral Vintage Art in the Bathroom
This sweet little etching was found at an antique store. If you look closely there’s a man fishing in the river and I just had to have him! Lol! I think it adds just the perfect little something in this room 🙂
Neutral Vintage Art in the Kitchen
The etching or lithograph I have hanging above the doorway is from the 1800’s. I purchased it from my friend Kerri at The Cotton Shed. She always has the best stuff! It’s brought so much contrast to this space and I love it!
Above our range I hung this sweet little cow print that I found at a flea market. The print is adorable and again adds a bit of color to the space but I also love the gold frame here!
Neutral Vintage Art in the Dining Room
The open shelves in our dining area are one of my favorite places to style. While I like most of our home to be simple and clutter free there are some areas that I think help to balance that by adding a whole lot of vintage goodness! In this space I actually have 3 smaller old photographs. 2 of which were found on Etsy by searching for “old farm photos” “vintage photos” “vintage farm animal photos”. The 3rd I found at a flea market. Flea markets are a great place to find old photos at great prices!
Panoramic Sheep Photo
Then what might be my all time favorite vintage art piece (for the moment 😉 ) is this old sheep panoramic photo, which was another Etsy find! I searched using the same words mentioned above but added “pano” or “panoramic” at the end.
Neutral Vintage Art in the Bedroom
I hung this darling sheep print that I found on the Facebook Marketplace. Y’all know how much I love shopping the Marketplace! This print adds so much color and life to our bedroom! I found it by searching for “vintage art” “farm art” “old art” “art print” and “sheep art”.
Neutral Vintage Art in the Sunroom
I found this farm scene print at a local antique shop. Again, it has great muted colors! By layering it on top of an old grain sifter it adds more dimension to this space. Shopping in more rural antique stores seems to pay off for me!
Neutral Vintage Art in Transition
These 2 pieces don’t currently have a place or are in between locations right now 😉 I scored this sweet little lady with her cow at a flea market and the vintage print is also from my friend Kerri at The Cotton Shed. I’m sure you’ll see both migrating around our home soon!
Neutral Vintage Art
I’m obviously trying to let the farmhouse vibe spill over into our art and I love the outcome! This art has breathed so much life and interest into our home! And hese are all pieces I hope to treasure for many years to come! Okay time to go hang some art!
I hope this article helps you find some amazing art for your home! Good luck on the art hunt!