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1970 interior design

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Tour de force 1970s interior design in this 1976 time capsule house in Salem, Oregon - 40 photos - Retro Renovation

I know I often say this, but this 1976 time capsule house for sale in Salem, Oregon, listed by Ty Hildebrand, may be my favorite 1970s time capsule house ever! Thanks to reader Wendy for this time capsule tip! The lines and angles of the house are amazing. The setting and views, too. The house appears to…

70's Guzzini Style Pendant Lights $149.99 if they would ship to the US these would be mine right now

Yes, I know we did something similar yesterday and we do try to vary things when possible, but I've just spotted these 1970s extra large Guzzini-style

SOL is a minimalist furniture collection created by Australia-based designer Sarah Ellison. The collection, which includes sofas, lounge chairs, tables, and shelving, focus mainly on sculptural forms with warm materials and colors. The pieces were inspired by vintage 1970s designs, heavily playing on proportions and scale. Most notable is the Muse sofa, which emphasizes on substantially rounded features with a focus on comfort.

Leibal features minimalist design in regard to architecture, interior design, furniture design, and product design.

This kitchen is also from ’71.  There was tendency to go Ye Olde English with décor back then.  It wasn’t uncommon for living areas to resemble dimly lit oaken taverns (with shag carpet, of course).  Many readers may recall that when indoor shopping malls first appeared in the States, they often had this feel, with fake cobblestone and faux gas streetlamps.

THIS couple looks genuinely afraid of their new kitchen – and well they should be. Kitchens around the 1970s could be a fearful sight. Retina scorching wallpaper, oddly unmatched linoleum, and miles and miles of wood paneling can strike fear into the hearts of men and women alike. Take a look...

Can you dig it? We're taking a look back at interior design from the 1970s, and wondering whether or not we'd be so invested in shag carpeting today. #[

Can you dig it? We're taking a look back at interior design from the 1970s, and wondering whether or not we'd be so invested in shag carpeting today.