Wow. I took this thinking that I'd fall pretty far into a Contemporary or Modern category. I was 100% Vintage Modern. The second time I took it I fell into 86% Vintage Modern, 14% Modern Elegance. It makes total sense. I definitely learned something from it. Really interesting.
Flea Market, anyone? You know you are drawn to modern furniture and interiors, and yet you don't like a space that feels cold and sterile. And who could blame you? That's why Vintage Modern is so appealing to you. Though the backdrop of the room, the walls and windows, are many times white or monochromatic, the furniture and accessories have the color, shape and texture to bring the warmth into the space.
The great thing about Vintage Modern is ease of mixing different styles in the one space. You can have a new modular sofa mixed with a great pair of chairs that your grandmother purchased in the late 1950's. The new and old work appear as though they were destined for each other. Even if you don't have time for swap meets and garage sales, so many of the mid-century pieces were so great that they have been remade and mimicked year after year.
Sproost - Furniture and Interior Design
(via How About Orange)