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Showcase of Websites With a Vintage Design Theme

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Designers are always taking inspiration from the past and are even using styles from 100′s of years ago to give their designs a vintage themed appearance. This posts rounds up a collection of the best websites based on the vintage design style, with elegant typography, detailed linework illustrations and aged textures all helping achieve that antique effect.

Forefathers Group

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Cabedge

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Aboard Entrepreneurship

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Neutral Milk Hotel

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Peter Nappi

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The Threepenny Editor

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Stella

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Pointless Corp

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Eighty Two Design

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The New York Moon

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The Dollar Dreadful

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The Wayward Irregular

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Team Fannypack

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Tommy

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Written by Chris Spooner

Chris Spooner is a designer who loves experimenting with new web design techniques collating creative website designs. Check out Chris' design tutorials and articles at Blog.SpoonGraphics or follow his daily findings on Twitter.

  • http://www.veden.pl/ Kasia

    Wow, great collection. I love websites like that. My favorite is the "Forefathers Group" – great colors! Thanks!
    Greetings!

  • http://ak.gd AK

    Nice inspiration.. Love vintage :)

  • http://www.rossmcnaughton.com Ross Macks

    Love the Aboard Entrepreneurship design.

  • http://www.jongaulin.com Jon Gaulin

    I'm a huge fan of the Cabedge design. Gorgeous design and perfectly laid out.

  • Janoo

    Vintage style are always evergreen

  • Adam

    Check out http://www.50can.org. A vintage theme for a modern educational reform campaign.

  • http://www.ecbse.com Benedict

    Vintage Styles Themes are always my favorite to make new design of websites.

  • http://www.idesignit.co.il/ Elron

    I like pointless crap. (not by then meaning… haha)

  • http://www.usanetsolutions.com alex

    i like this <a href=”http://usanetsolutions.com/index.php/news/wordpress-miami/” title=”pembroke pines web design”>pembroke pines web design</a>

  • http://www.panterahost.co.nz Web Design Auckland

    These are great websites. Thanks for posting

  • http://www.highqualityprints.com/ High Quality Prints

    Beautiful website designs, I've always love the vintage look.

  • http://www.webdesign-homepage-koeln.de webdesign köln

    I love vintage design. I think, i try my own site in this look

  • http://www.handbagsdreams.com handbagsdreams

    Good designs. I love them. Thanks for the collections. Very nice sharing.

  • http://www.brandonmcook.com Brandon

    I love posts like this. They are a great source of inspiration and always lead me to try something new in my own development. Especially intrigued with the use of fonts.

  • http://Www.gelwebdesign.co.uk Gary Leverett

    Looks fantastic loving the vintage look ! Great stuff

  • http://www.rustymonkey.com/ Rusty Monkey

    Some great designs here – very inspiring.

  • Michael

    Great post. I love the New York Moon site.

    Here's another one you might like.

    http://revolutionmessaging.com/

  • http://pixelheap.com Eric

    Another great selection. The Tommy site is particularly awesome IMO! I have an old advertising book and every goofy ad on every page provides endless inspiration!!

  • http://www.mlangley.net Mike Langley

    Some great examples, very inspiring. Thanks for sharing.