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.
A neon sunglasses case, a bright blue dog statue and colorful wall art enliven this retro dresser, which features wood drawers and a white frame. Houseplants add life to the stylish space, and white walls allow the colors from the art to pop.
Kitchens are everyone’s favorite gathering spot, and this house is no different. It’s full of personality and retro chic to boot. Mint green is rapidly becoming my personal fave for kitchen applications and I really love using artwork in kitchens too. Not only do the Stansells have two Jeff Guy portraits displayed on the windowsill, they’ve layered them with pieces that their children have created. Micah and Whitney are really conscious of continuity in their home’s design: the color teal is represented again on the kitchen island and the breadbox. Besides the nostalgic range and mixer, the counters are 4x4 tiles as opposed to one solid surface and were recently restored by Micah himself.
A much-needed home office was created by revamping a dusty garage. Retro furnishings, canned lighting and Rat Pack artwork put the office into the swing of things. Check out Sammy Davis Jr. on the walls.
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.
This neutral living room is accentuated by pops of green and orange with the addition of throw pillows, artwork and a shag area rug. Amidst the retro color scheme, a skirted sofa, bamboo Roman shades and matted artwork ground the contemporary design.
Incorporating a textured rug, striped Roman shades and bright artwork into this bunk room gives the space an updated beachy look and feel. The curves in the frame of the bed add a retro vibe. Neon green throw pillows lend vibrant color, and a bamboo bench completes the space.
A sleek black vanity is paired with a wall-mounted faucet for an urban bathroom design. A pair of small chandeliers flank the mirror, bringing a note of glamour to the space. Throughout the San Diego home, vintage advertisements are used, creating a juxtaposition between the contemporary design and retro artwork.
Entryways are the first impression of any home, and this bright and colorful foyer is a fun welcome in the home. Yellow wallpaper adds a vintage feel to the space, as well as the retro photography artwork. After entering the lime green door, a set of cubbies is perfect for storing backpacks, coats and purses.
This unique circular space with a vaulted ceiling and balcony is a great space for entertaining guests. Wood cabinetry, arched windows, mosaic tile flooring and retro Andy Warhol style artwork complete this eclectic bar area.
This neutral kitchen was updated with colorful touches that create a warm ambiance. The transitional space has whimsical two-toned pendant lights, a colorful mosaic-tiled backsplash and eye-catching artwork.
The designers at Color Design Art prove that laundry rooms don't need to be cold and sterile. In this retro utility room, bright-red appliances, colorful artwork and contemporary black cabinetry bring a different feel to the laundry room.
The playful basket-weave, green-and-white wallpaper makes a great background for the display of kids’ artwork. Green cushions line the banquette seating, a retro pendant lamp illuminates the wood tabletop, and a bamboo blind sits atop the window.
Gallery white walls form a backdrop for Mid-Century Modern furniture in this clean, bright living space. An Eames armchair and ottoman team with a pair of Wassily chairs and Marimekko-style artwork for a chic, retro look. A vintage wood stove is both functional and a fun conversation piece.