Jakarta Vintage At Martha Stewart’s Rumah Inspirasi (Part 2)

JakartaVintage Luthfi Hasan at Rumah Inspirasi Martha Stewart Living Indonesia 2013

The sharing and meeting session with around 50 vintage enthusiasts¬† at Rumah Inspirasi finally took place, on a pouring Saturday. I got many interesting questions from the audience such as: how to decor a small apartment with vintage items? how to take care of old vinyls? who is your favorite vintage singer? and: what is the cheapest vintage item that I ever bought? The last one is a bit tough because … I have plenty of answers. That Vietnamese lady ceramic doll…I got it at USD 1. The handsome Samsonite briefcase in camel was only Rp 35K –now the similar item can hardly be found and if any at all, it would cost seven times the price. Well, putting that aside, I am glad that through this talk show I can share what vintage can do to us all –and trust me it’s all good: it’s stylish and unique, it’s affordable (o yes, compared to antiques, that is), it’s environment friendly (because no new energy produced), it makes you creative (mixing it with current items can be a challenge for many people), and did I say it’s cool too? Now I want to thank the team at Martha Stewart Living Indonesia who gave me the chance to share those messages and to the participants who came to get inspired, to inspire and stayed till the end. Have a fun week ahead!

JakartaVintage decor at Martha Stewart's Rumah Inspirasi

JakartaVintage decor at Martha Stewart's Rumah Inspirasi

JakartaVintage decor at Martha Stewart's Rumah Inspirasi

JakartaVintage decor at Martha Stewart's Rumah Inspirasi

 

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