This eclectic living room features a mix of retro, modern and industrial pieces. Bright colors help blend the vintage furniture with the modern furniture, and a shag rug grounds the space while also adding texture.
In this living room, deep blue walls and multicolored artwork are more contemporary counterpoints to the retro sofa and modern end table. A white love seat and matching ottoman provide additional seating around the room.
Glass front cabinets visually expand the kitchen while a mosaic tile backsplash brings color to the wood cabinets. Retro-inspired appliances outfit the space creating an interesting mix of old and new elements.
Incorporating bold abstract art and large-scale geometric patterns helped achieve a unique and retro look in this living room. Yellow throw pillows add bright color, while a thick-striped rug adds bold pattern. Unique tables complete the funky, fresh decor.
Adjacent to the mudroom, the kitchen is outfitted with a walnut butcher block counter and a cute retro fridge. Wijaya and her team also added custom-built kitchen shelves, plate racks and a brass hanging rail, "all of which are typically featured in traditional English cottages," she notes. "I wanted the guest house to feel like a mini vacation home."
Upon entering the houseboat, a bright lounge area welcomes guests. A custom L-shaped banquette provides an intimate seating area near the kitchen. Bold colors in the small table, seat cushions and counters bring life to the white wall color.
Team Drew transformed this breakfast nook with a fresh coat of paint and layered lighting on HGTV's Brother vs. Brother. They opted for an L-shaped banquette with graphic throw pillows to serve as seating around the cool retro dining table.
Make clean-up fun with this adorable retro wagon from Restoration Hardware’s RH baby & child. With classic details like wood railings and cast-iron wheels, this wagon can roll along with your child as they tidy up the room. Park it and it’s decor.
Drawing on the vivid, high-contrast aesthetic of Hollywood film and TV sets for inspiration, this bathroom is updated with a color scheme of fire engine red, black and taupe. A reclaimed wood ceiling and shower stall contrast against the chalkboard-inspired walls and white tile and cabinets.