70s Style Decor
Right now in home design and even fashion, it feels like a total ’70s takeover. This time period had two pretty distinct things going on—boho hippie vibes and glam, glitzy disco feels, which means you can probably find a way to work something ’70s into your home no matter your aesthetic. For that reason, Best Design Books is going to show you how you can introduce this amazing design trend that will make you travel in time into your home decor. Take a look:
A contemporary and modern armchair with a touch of vintage and retro is just what you need and exactly what you’ll find in this piece. With a unique and stunning design, Charlotte stuns in its beautiful customizable textile and polished brass and glossy black legs. It might be the mid-century inspiration, it could be the simple but sleek lines, perhaps even the textile and materials, but no one can resist this armchair.
BAUGHMAN BAR CART
Sipping on a cocktail next to your bar cart never looked so good with Baughman, a mid-century bar cart with a stunning design you won’t resist. With Baughman, anything is possible. This bar cart doesn’t just look the part but also does it perfectly with its practical wheels and retro luxurious design. With a structure in polished brass and walnut wood, with a glass top and practical wheels, this bar cart is the centerpiece of any home bar.
Part of the Marco collection, this sofa brings you the elegance of mid-century with the sophistication of modern techniques and stunning materials. Made for the most luxurious of living rooms, Marco never disappoints with stunning polished brass and glossy black feet and incredible upholstery that is easily customizable. It’s the accent arms and beautiful unique design that make this a piece that is sure to become a bestseller.
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