Like the sweet sound of vinyl or the glisten of a disco ball, some eras only get better with age (and a modern-day twist). We’re rounding up a handful of ’70s-inspired spaces and colors that’ll make you want to dance the night away.
Bringing back the ’70s starts by pairing mid-century lines with a colorful palette. From rich blues to bright pops of coral, layering in color can help you achieve that retro feel. To keep this happy-go-lucky look feeling modern and balanced, try using a neutral like Snowbound as your primary color to tie everything together.
Spinning Bold Style
Looking for a color that can spin good vibes (and good times)? Bakelite Gold captures the free-spirited energy of the ‘70s in a golden way. Whether it’s used for an accent wall or the whole room, this statement shade creates a stunning backdrop for displaying a record collection that was curated before vinyl was cool.
Make an Entrance
Open the door to an entryway outfitted in floor-to-ceiling nostalgia. From geometric patterns to glass globe fixtures, a retro-inspired foyer is the perfect place to put a new spin on an old classic. The secret to mixing vintage finds with new ones is all about color. A versatile hue like Basque Green reimagines the olive shade of the ‘70s for a modern-day interpretation that can blend both worlds.
Ready to recreate a retro look of your own? Check out our favorite ‘70s-inspired paint colors with FREE color chips and drop a comment below to share which ‘70s design trend you’re most excited about making comeback.