Wallpaper From The 70s - Retro to Go
You can still buy original 70s wallpaper from places like E.W. Moore, but we really like these original-style designs currently being created by Wallpaper
Colorful 70's Interiors
Rooms from the 70's today - and let's start with my favorite - "Supergraphics" on your wall, from an advertisement for Lucite Paint. Nice chair! And would you look what I found -the same chair again, this time in an ad for Eureka vacuum cleaners - complete with a cat, this time: A cool living room - we need all the "cool" we can get, with this summer heat: A rec room for a family, complete with a 20 foot bean bag sofa, and flooring from Armstrong: An orange kitchen, also courtesy of…
Paint Power in Yellow
From 1,001 decorating ideas book 33 1970 Brush-On Paint Design Forget about decorating with wallpaper, pictures and mirrors. Open your eyes - and your mind - to painted wall designs, as designer Lawrence Peabody did here. Notice how the free-form supergraphic on wall flows right onto the conversational seating arrangement. This room makes me very happy. Yellow as the sun. And it looks like the couch is supersoft! I would love to lay down on a velvet coach. Anything soft is good in my book…
Vintage sport posters by Caleb Kozlowski | Partfaliaz
Caleb Kozlowski is a Design Director working at Hybrid Design in San Francisco. He created a great series of sport posters following a long...
Medicated Follower of Fashion - Groovy Spanish Adverts – Voices of East Anglia
Sometimes it’s not so much about the actual product that’s being promoted but the ads themselves that we like and here is a prime example. In a dusty old corner of the Internet we found these ads from Spanish medical magazines “Clinica Rural” and “Gloss” begging to be set free. We’re not sure exactly what the [&hellip
Kids and Baby Store (Crate and Kids) | Crate and Barrel
Land of Nod has come home to Crate & Barrel. Crate and Kids is a new destination for high quality baby and kids furniture and decor. Available in 40+ stores.
Graphic Art Products Catalog by Letraset USA
Stripes was designed by Tony Wenman in c. 1972 and came with several alternates that enabled settings like this one for the cover of Letraset USA’s Graphic Art Products Catalog, where the multiline letters are joined up to form racetrack-like logotypes. There is
Yo Soy El Camino
Much of the time when I ought to be sewing, I can instead be found scrolling through the photo galleries on Craigslist, inventing reasons why I need yet another tufted velvet sofa, or convincing myself that that free hot tub probably isn’t THAT gross. In fact, just this morning I am asking myself if there…