With retro vibes rooted in nature and nostalgia, White Raisin’s vintage hue blends the best of both worlds into a modern interpretation for today.
Why We Love It
See how we brought White Raisin to life in three different rooms.
Retro never goes out of style, and when it comes to pulling off a vintage look, it’s all about color. White Raisin’s muted hue delivers an eclectic dose of nostalgia as it brings the best of an iconic era into the present. It’s the ideal shade to anchor this month’s throwback palette of retro-inspired color in which we dial up the modern in mid-century styling with a fresh approach to a classic style.
Get the Look: Eclectic Throw Pillows, Layered Colors, Natural Wood Accessories
When it comes to color, more is always more. White Raisin is a great coordinate to other retro hues like Lei Flower. The bright uplifting hue of Lei Flower balances White Raisin’s muted tone, and adds an elevated and modern feel to the mid-century vibes. Warm, natural wood and a knobby, textured rug keep things relaxed and cozy, while White Raisin pops in accent pieces and abstract artwork for a tied together room-to-room feel.
Get the Look: Abstract Artwork, Retro Motifs, Natural Wood Tones
Turn back the clock in a modern office space that inspires nostalgic vibes with eclectic styling and bold but muted color. Westhighland White’s bright neutral tone provides the ideal blank canvas backdrop for your retro musings to come to life. A happy, patterned rug carries White Raisin’s mustard tone into the center of the space, while Blue Peacock makes an appearance through the curves of a rounded statement chair and in window frames and accents. The balance of throwback elements and color in the space blends an authentic vintage look with a fresh, current feel.
Get the Look: Mid-Century Furnishings, Eclectic Throw Pillows, Colorful Ceramics
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