10 Totally Modern Rooms that Rock a 1970's Style

10 Totally Modern Rooms that Rock a 1970's Style

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Taryn Williford
Oct 1, 2015
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What's old is new again. If you haven't noticed, 1970's-era macrame has been back in vogue, a fact that makes me wish I'd inherited the hanging planters I always knew growing up in my grandparents' condo. But could there be more to borrow from the disco era than just macrame? The designers of these thoroughly modern rooms definitely think so.

Above: A 500 sq foot Los Angeles home on Houzz – plenty of room for a bean bag and rainbow curtains.

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Wood paneling and retro light fixtures in this Australia home from Klopper and Davis Architects.

(Image credit: Renewal Design + Build)

This Grant Park, Atlanta, home from Renewal Design + Build gives a nod to The Brady Bunch with that wallpaper.

(Image credit: Maison21)

A bright orange Malm Lancer fireplace brightens up this room in Palm Springs, from maison21 on Houzz.

(Image credit: Applegate Tran)

Avocado? Totally back, according to this modern San Francisco kitchen from Applegate Tran Interiors.

(Image credit: Jane McDougall)

This hotel penthouse from AlsoCAN Architects brings back the conversation pit in a big way.

(Image credit: Malcolm Duffin Design)

Retro geometric wallpaper in this room from Malcolm Duffin Design.

(Image credit: Holly Marder)

This whole Netherlands home on Houzz looks like it stepped back in time.

(Image credit: Mitchell Parker)

A peacock chair? Why not, in this Boston carriage house from Houzz.

(Image credit: Anthony Baratta)

1970's art and lines in this New York living room from designer Anthony Baratta.

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