Tips for the retro look in the living roomAs a retro look applies the style of the 1950s to 1970, which is mainly characterized by bold shapes, geometric patterns and bright color combinations. The design of the year of birth of pop art is used again and again for fashion trends. In designing the living room the retro look has become a must. The style is not used exclusively as a copy, but in combination with a classic interior design. A room that is equipped only with retro elements, would only act as a colorful museum. It is best to sit down with the style is effective accents. This works so well because of the retro look can provide all the modern furniture with an unusual outfit as the point of our modern living environment to start.
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Familiar from antiquity In principle Tip is: retro elements should be reflected at multiple levels of living space, but only ever be used as a "citation". Nostalgia with style
4 Tips for Tip 1 views views can be particularly concise produced by wall decorations. The great photos there is a lack of pop art certainly not, but a highlight for the local gallery is certainly the diptych Monroe by Andy Warhol. Here are three features together: screen printing, amazing color combinations and an icon in the history of cinema timeless and proud. But Tip 2 poster on the wall can also set nostalgic motifs in black and white scene effectively. Nostalgia with style Tip # 3 on windows to create curtains with geometric patterns off the feeling of being exposed a few decades back. Tip # 4 The most striking effect develops a wall that is completely covered with vintage wallpaper. Colorful and comfortable Retro-style furniture, furniture tables are the kidneys of the 1950s and the plastic seats in the following decades the first choice for a backhoe. Who wants to unite the diversity of forms this time in a material object is (better with bamboo top) do well with a bank of flowers. Catchy vintage wall clock Inclined conical beam parts, ceramic plates and contrast curved shapes and straight lines provide an image of the sample time. An object of worship is the inflatable chair "Blow" which still exists today in the re-design. The retrospective impression of space complete dark wood, leather and chrome.
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