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Because who doesn’t want a kitchen that looks like carrot soup?
Orange is back, baby. But this time around, we’re going brighter and pairing it with vibrant whites and blues (instead of dark browns and ugly Formica creams).
That avocado toilet isn’t helping.
This hexagonal print works because it’s a neutral gray and it’s paired with a few bright accent pieces.
Feed me, Seymour.
We love the ’70s approach to bringing lush greenery inside. But a cultivated living wall (this one is from Woolly Pocket) seems more modern and intentional than the weeping-willow-in-your-kitchen look.
Great for when you need to apply pink vinyl cabinet appliqués.
Two rules: Go light in color and use sparingly.
“Welcome to my love den.”
While we’d probably never again do floor-to-ceiling honey brown, we love the return to earthier wall materials. Stikwood makes gorgeous peel-and-stick panels faced with real wood veneers.
Sorry. This image is now burned onto your retinas.
The look isn’t for everyone, but if you want to bring more texture to your walls, go with a funky yet minimalist statement piece. (Warning: Husbands are notoriously hard to sell on rope/yarn/fringe tied to wooden dowels.)
The ’70s brought us many great things, including but not limited to John Travolta, feathered hair, the Village People and second-wave feminism.
Your Aunt Maud’s living room doth protest. (You can still conjure the faint smell of Marlboros and cheese fondue.)
But hold it right there. The era of avocado kitchens and wood-paneled dens is coming back into vogue--though with a decidedly modern twist.
Check out the slideshow to see what we mean. (Proceed with caution: macramé ahead.)
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