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Retro Revamp Inspo

Retro design is making a comeback in a big way. While some people might think retro and modern don’t mix, many use retro trends to create unique and stylish homes.

Retro interior design is all about recreating the styles of past decades.

A retro revamp can be achieved in several ways and this month we share with you how.

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Colour Injection

One of the easiest ways to add a retro touch to your home is with colour. Whether you go for bold and bright hues or more muted shades, retro colours can really make a space pop. Some to consider are orange, yellow, green, pink, and blue.

Retro interior design is also about styling colours that you usually wouldn’t pair together, meaning there are endless combinations to choose from.

One way to find inspiration is by looking at vintage photographs or artworks. Doing so will give you a better idea of which colours were popular in different decades.

Another thing to keep in mind is that retro colours don’t have to be used in every space, and that’s the beauty of retro interior design. It is 100% customisable, and you can get as creative or minimal as you want.

Try using accent pieces instead if you’re not quite ready to commit to a retro colour scheme. This could be anything from a retro-inspired rug to a piece of art.

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Pattern Play

Another common element in retro interior design is pattern. Retro patterns often feature bold and graphic designs. Think geometric shapes, stripes, and polka dots.

Reminder: Do not go overboard. Too much pattern can be overwhelming and make a space look cluttered. Instead, try incorporating retro patterns into your décor in small doses.

For example, you could use retro-inspired towels in your bathroom, hang a retro-patterned curtain in your living room or add a retro patterned rug pretty much anywhere. How amazing does this rug look in this kitchen!

If you’re unsure where to start, try looking for retro-inspired fabrics and wallpaper, and make Pinterest your new best friend!

Featured products available at Pillow Talk

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Life, inspired.

Need more inspiration?

Retro Revamp Inspo

Retro design is making a comeback in a big way. While some people might think retro and modern don’t mix, many use retro trends to create unique and stylish homes.

Retro interior design is all about recreating the styles of past decades.

A retro revamp can be achieved in several ways and this month we share with you how.

READ MORE

Colour Injection

One of the easiest ways to add a retro touch to your home is with colour. Whether you go for bold and bright hues or more muted shades, retro colours can really make a space pop. Some to consider are orange, yellow, green, pink, and blue.

Retro interior design is also about styling colours that you usually wouldn’t pair together, meaning there are endless combinations to choose from.

One way to find inspiration is by looking at vintage photographs or artworks. Doing so will give you a better idea of which colours were popular in different decades.

Another thing to keep in mind is that retro colours don’t have to be used in every space, and that’s the beauty of retro interior design. It is 100% customisable, and you can get as creative or minimal as you want.

Try using accent pieces instead if you’re not quite ready to commit to a retro colour scheme. This could be anything from a retro-inspired rug to a piece of art.

Featured product available from Pillow Talk

STORE PROFILE

Pattern Play

Another common element in retro interior design is pattern. Retro patterns often feature bold and graphic designs. Think geometric shapes, stripes, and polka dots.

Reminder: Do not go overboard. Too much pattern can be overwhelming and make a space look cluttered. Instead, try incorporating retro patterns into your décor in small doses.

For example, you could use retro-inspired towels in your bathroom, hang a retro-patterned curtain in your living room or add a retro patterned rug pretty much anywhere. How amazing does this rug look in this kitchen!

If you’re unsure where to start, try looking for retro-inspired fabrics and wallpaper, and make Pinterest your new best friend!

Featured products available at Pillow Talk

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