Inspiration: 60s and 70s Style Lounge Seating

Inspiration: 60s and 70s Style Lounge Seating

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Sarah Coffey
May 12, 2009
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Hans Hopfer's Mah Jong Sofa, designed in the 1970s, seems like the epitome of psychedelic style to us. Designed low to the ground and decorated in colorful patterns, it's the perfect place to crash while listening to old LPs. For inspiration that originates in the era of flower power and continues into our own time, click through the photos above and the links below...

FIRST ROW
1 Mah John Sofa: Living Etc via House to Home
2 Patterned Floor Cusions: Fabrics by Amanda Nisbet Design
3 Suzanis and Low Sofas: Villa in Positano by Claudio Lazzarini and Carl Pickering
4 Metallic Poufs: Barbie Malibu Dreamhouse by Jonathan Adler
5 Mod Furniture: Pierre Paulin Pumpkin from Ligne Roset

SECOND ROW
6 Macrame: Cozy Living Room from Perscentrum Wonen
7 Crochet: Wool Carpet from HeinsHome
8 Low-Slung Lounges: Verzelloni Lounge Chairs
9 Psychedelic Style: Verner Panton Amoebe from Vitra
10 Patterned Pillows: Corian Loves Missoni

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