Usher in some 1970s-inspired style to your next project with one of these far-out finds.
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Industrial minimalism meets disco-era glamour in Rotganzen’s Le Carré III side table.
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A mix of open and radio-woven rattan cane panels gives the Anisa Sea Sand etagere at Currey & Company its cool retro look.
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Thibaut’s Tybee Tree fabric in Coral and Yellow will bring flower child vibes to throw pillows or window treatments.
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In lieu of a sunken living room, the gold velvet-covered Hadley sofa by Bradley Furniture offers a plush, evocative seat.
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Not your grandmother’s crochet: The Granny Squares mosaic by New Ravenna showcases a symphony of sumptuous stones including Lavigne, Mangrove and Magnolia.
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Like a modern lava lamp, the Melt Portable Copper LED light by Tom Dixon features a conical form and an amorphous glass shade that resembles molten rock.
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Hey, sunshine! With its rich mustard yellow finish, the Coulter Leather cocktail table by Chelsea House instantly energizes any room it occupies.
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Can you dig it? The splayed arms and low-profile footprint of American Leather’s Harlowe Comfort Relax recliner in Mont Blanc Terra Cotta draw inspiration from the flared-back styles of the 1970s.
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Monea’s Marella light transforms a bare ceiling into an eye-catching centerpiece, no disco ball necessary.
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Brimming with rich mineral tones, Missoni’s Flower Pot wallpaper in Rust at York Wallcoverings boasts a lush, psychedelic abstract floral motif.
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A funky geometric print infuses the 4123-01SW swivel chair in Tandem Citrus fabric by Lee Industries with vintage appeal.
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Consider Loloi’s P0245 Ribbon Shag pillows in Green a sophisticated stand-in for the era’s shaggy carpeting.
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Forbo Flooring Systems’s Furniture linoleum in Spring Green can be applied to everything from desks to cabinets and doors for a contemporary riff on old-school vinyl floors.
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Talk about flower power: The rattan-framed Sante mirror from Accent Decor is teeming with charm.
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Take a chill pill and get lost in the undulating lines of Sasha Bikoff ’s Ripple rug in Seaweed at Rug Arts.
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A trippy cuboid-clad facade adds a dash of op art drama to the alluring Escher chest by Caracole.