Seventies Deluxe

We’re used to seeing seventies graphics in bright colours, but done in warm tones they look quite different and luxurious. Go for ochre, burnt orange and gold to inject your interior with a bit of glamour. http://livcorday.com/inspirations/seventies-deluxe/
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Emilio Rivera from Rome is inspired by design from the sixties and seventies. He creates wonderful new prints with enchanting geometric shapes and subtle colour combinations.

We’re used to seeing seventies graphics in bright colours, but done in warm tones they look quite different and luxurious. Go for ochre, burnt orange and gold to inject your interior with a bit of glamour.

This fun chandelier is the kind of centre piece that can transform a room from drab to glam. It’s a design in plexiglas and brass, called Diciotto x 4 by Vibeke Fonnesberg Schmidt for Milan gallery Nilufar.

NILUFAR DICIOTTO : diciotto x 4 chandelier by vibeke fonnesberg schmidt, denmark, every piece is customizable in different size and colors all pieces made to order - matter and shape buy, share, related products

Etsy shop We love CMYK has some great art prints. This one is especially fine, of classic seventies shapes given a twist by adding perspective and a white border. It looks fab in a thoroughly modern interior.

We’re used to seeing seventies graphics in bright colours, but done in warm tones they look quite different and luxurious. Go for ochre, burnt orange and gold to inject your interior with a bit of glamour.

Now that’s an inventive way of hanging a print: divide it between three different frames. It works especially well with this geometric design. The gold frames are the ideal match for the classy colours of the print.

We’re used to seeing seventies graphics in bright colours, but done in warm tones they look quite different and luxurious. Go for ochre, burnt orange and gold to inject your interior with a bit of glamour.

Emilio Rivera from Rome is inspired by design from the sixties and seventies. He creates wonderful new prints with enchanting geometric shapes and subtle colour combinations.

We’re used to seeing seventies graphics in bright colours, but done in warm tones they look quite different and luxurious. Go for ochre, burnt orange and gold to inject your interior with a bit of glamour.

This interior is all about geometry. The fabric of the chair, the mouldings, the rug and the print on the wall display different geometric shapes. The quiet colour scheme ties everything together.

We’re used to seeing seventies graphics in bright colours, but done in warm tones they look quite different and luxurious. Go for ochre, burnt orange and gold to inject your interior with a bit of glamour.

To see a colourful geometric artwork in an otherwise very classic interior is surprising, but that’s why it works. Such an addition keeps a chic room from looking stuffy.

We’re used to seeing seventies graphics in bright colours, but done in warm tones they look quite different and luxurious. Go for ochre, burnt orange and gold to inject your interior with a bit of glamour.

Emilio Rivera from Rome is inspired by design from the sixties and seventies. He creates wonderful new prints with enchanting geometric shapes and subtle colour combinations.

We’re used to seeing seventies graphics in bright colours, but done in warm tones they look quite different and luxurious. Go for ochre, burnt orange and gold to inject your interior with a bit of glamour.

Amsterdam-based artist and designer Mariska Meijer has an eye for beautiful patterns and fabrics. This cushion is a great example: it has pretty colours, an intricate motif and a lovely shine.

We’re used to seeing seventies graphics in bright colours, but done in warm tones they look quite different and luxurious. Go for ochre, burnt orange and gold to inject your interior with a bit of glamour.


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