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These Are the 5 Biggest Antique and Vintage Art Trends for 2024

What goes around comes back around.
. “Vintage art is the perfect way to reflect your personal style, and like most things, that changes over time.”

Although there are trends that can be pinpointed in the vintage world, keep in mind that vintage and antique pieces will always look more unique and one-of-a-kind than the on-trend pieces purchased at big-box stores. As , designer, vintage dealer, and host of The Art of Vintage on Magnolia Network, says, shopping vintage and antiques is the “ultimate antidote to trend traps.”

“When you shop or thrift for vintage and antiques, you are not shopping a curated showroom of newly manufactured things that someone is telling you to like,” she observes. “Instead, you are shopping a collection of items that spans multiple decades and a vast spectrum of design styles. That means your voice is the loudest while shopping, so you can feel freer to pick things that you are personally drawn to, not what is the trendiest or best-selling.” With that in mind, know that if you are drawn to trends, there will still be an air of personality and character about these vintage pieces that will instantly bring gravitas into your home. To accomplish that look, our two experts share their predictions for the top antique and vintage art trends of 2024.

The 5 Biggest Antique and Vintage Art Trends for 2024

Modernist Landscapes in the Swedish Style

Modernism lives comfortably all throughout Scandinavia, and it’s evident in their art. Fahden Briceño says that modernist, Swedish-style pieces are characterized by visibly loose brushstrokes, flat color spreads, and a dreamy, often monotonal, palette. “There is something dreamy and transportive about them,” Fahden Briceño says. “The loose brushstrokes and often ‘unfinished’ appearance gives character to each. There is a perfect imperfection about them that brings you in. Plus, the palette is fresh and is both bright, yet rich.” To find these pieces, crafted by artists like Roger Mühl and Sixten Lundbohm, shop vetted online marketplaces or head to Europe for an antiquing excursion—Fahden Briceño says that the majority of these pieces are still located there. Fahden Briceño adds that these pieces are “strangely affordable.” “You can find a great piece, even framed, between $500 and $900,” she says.

Mid-Century Modern Swedish Oil Painting

Mid-Century Modern Swedish Oil Painting

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Handcrafted and Cottagecore Pieces

Cottagecore, the charming, flower-filled aesthetic that’s been celebrated since the start of the pandemic, will continue its bucolic climb well into 2024. Since cottagecore is all about crafts, as Saro points out, for these art pieces, think quilts to hang on the wall and floral landscape paintings. This will also tap into Saro’s prediction that craft-centered design with a modern twist will be popular in the coming year. Think: the woven tapestries that were popular in the 1970s, with an emphasis on bright colors and unique materials.

19th Century American Applique Quilt in Floral Pattern from Pennsylvania

19th Century American Applique Quilt in Floral Pattern from Pennsylvania

Americana Art

Americana is as old and beloved as, well, America itself—but it will experience a resurgence in 2024. “You’ll find Americana art in various mediums, from abstract paintings to still lifes, lithographs to fabrics,” Fahden Briceño says. “Think charming, quilted patterns, pattern mixing á la Gloria Vanderbilt, still lifes with gingham tablecloths, and woven textiles.” At Chairish, Fahden Briceño has been seeing Americana across all their home categories, including art. “Over the last few years, there has been an overarching trend away from anything garish and loud and toward things that feel more grounded and even craft-based, so this is a natural progression of that with the added element that is a wink to American historical references,” she says.

Vintage Original American Oil Painting Portrait of a Schooner or Sailing Ship by Stanley Hoxie 1937

Vintage Original American Oil Painting Portrait of a Schooner or Sailing Ship by Stanley Hoxie 1937

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Since the Americana trend spans several art subcategories, Fahden Briceño says that you can, for example, discover great quilted Paul Klee lithographs for under $500. She adds that intricate and large-scale textile art is typically on the higher end and priced upwards of $4,000. “There are tons of paintings at price points in between,” she says.

Paul Klee Vintage 1960 1st Edition Modernist Lithograph Print

Paul Klee Vintage 1960 1st Edition Modernist Lithograph Print

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Minimalist Geometric Art

Hailing from the 1960s, minimalist geometric art will surge in 2024, according to Fahden Briceño. She says that this can include paintings on canvas, colored serigraphs with geometric compositions that are often monochromatic, and sometimes portrayed on shaped canvases.“Color theory is the name of the game here,” she says. “Some have strong, dense colors, others have a more muted palette.”

Jean-Marie Haessle L.A. Pink

Jean-Marie Haessle L.A. Pink

Fahden Briceño also says that while this is definitely not a new trend, it’s certainly a lasting one, attributed to the beauty that can be observed in these pieces’ simplicity: clean lines with elevated palettes. She describes these pieces as “the absolute epitome of quiet luxury.” Fahden Briceño advises looking for pieces by Robert Mangold and Jean-Marie Haessle. “Originals from noted artists of the 60s will fetch over $10,000, but you can find great deals under $1,000 from second tier artists during that time period, or un-editioned lithographs,” she says.

Robert Mangold "Frame and Elipses"

Robert Mangold "Frame and Elipses"

Pop Art

Pop art, characterized by its brightly hued, graphic, and iconic visuals, will trend in 2024. Saro says that the ironic nature of pop art in interior design “is a great foil” to the return-to-nature trends of past years. “Imagine a worn Parisian leather chair and a natural-wood antique dresser, paired with an oversized primary-colored sculpture of a Pepsi can on the wall,” Saro says. “The contrast of the two aesthetics make for a great pairing.” Saro says that in general, trends that are “foils” to your current style will keep your home feeling fresh, interesting, and packed with personality, adding that pop art straight from an artist is a good investment if you have the means. “But you can also get creative to make pop art out of unlikely finds,” she says. “Shop industrial junkyards, looking for bright colors and interesting shapes, or old commercial store displays and bring them into your home and hang them on the wall as art. Even cool, old metal letters from storefront signs, which I've found at salvage yards for around $5 to $20 per letter, can be arranged as a sculpture on a wall instead of as the words they were intended to spell.”

1960s "One Cent Life" Original Pop Art Lithograph by Roy Lichtenstein

1960s "One Cent Life" Original Pop Art Lithograph by Roy Lichtenstein

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