128,443 1970's posters Home Design Photos

C O N T E N T Architecture
3 Reviews
Memorial Residence
Ideabooks255
Questions1
Modern renovation of a 1970s home originally designed by Charles Tapley Architects. Photo by Peter Molick: ...
Tolemeo wall sconce and photoModern renovation of a 1970s home originally designed by Charles Tapley Architects. Photo by Peter Molick:
Foto poster
“colored sheet” — tutarch
Applegate Tran Interiors
17 Reviews
70's inspired kitchen
Ideabooks855
Questions3
70s' for my moms kitchen to much existing tiles
That ‘70s look. They weren’t afraid to be bold in the 1970s. The avocado and brown cabinetry has been custom made
That ’70s look. They weren’t afraid to be bold in the 1970s. The avocado and brown cabinetry here is custom made;
70s look - with machuca...cool 70's kitchen!...70's inspired kitchen
“Different colors that coordinate in other ways” — salamander_a
Contemporary Living Room
Ideabooks1,534
Questions10
says Malcolm. ‘His geometric patterned carpets and fabrics from the 1960s and 1970s have been a constant source of inspiration, along with his ferocious sense
Duffin says. “His geometric patterned carpets and fabrics from the 1960s and 1970s have been a constant source of inspiration, along with his ferocious sense
A glamorous apartment in Edinburgh’s West EndHouzz users were particularly fond of this Scottish home in Edinburgh’s West End, which had a super-speedy
wallpaper, was particularly commented upon by Houzz users, as was the flat’s general cool retro appeal.Tour more of this Scottish flat
“Couch and colour scheme” — caniam1983
maison21
palm springs living room
Ideabooks6,054
Questions3
brightens up the mood in this '70s-inspired living room in Palm Springs. Malm Lancer fireplaces were first first produced in the 1960s in Sonoma County, California
California. This style gained popularity in the '70s and still looks fresh today.”
brightens up the mood in this '70s-inspired living room in Palm Springs. Malm Lancer fireplaces were first first produced in the 1960s in Sonoma County, California
California. This style gained popularity in the '70s and still looks fresh today.
freestanding Malm Lancer fireplace. We had this in mustard yellow in the '70s. What I wouldn't give for one now.
“The fireplace” — catherine65
Kenneth/Davis, Inc.
16 Reviews
Living room
Ideabooks591
Questions4
This room was completely renovated except for the 1970's fireplace which was embleshed to now have a pair of floating shelves. We used the Orange silk
This room was completely renovated except for the 1970's fireplace which was embleshed to now have a pair of floating shelves. Our
Orange 1970's Style Modern
“d” — scottrnelson
Porebski Architects
Castlecrag House
Ideabooks1,382
Questions2
consistently throughout the rest of the 20th century. Specifically, during the 1970s a group of architects known as the New York Five successfully built many
consistently throughout the rest of the 20th century. Specifically, during the 1970s a group of architects known as the New York Five successfully built many
“Like that” — nickymalama
CCS ARCHITECTURE
10 Reviews
SOHO Condominium
Ideabooks3,061
Questions6
is 1970s French in folded aluminum and glass. Sorry, not sure where to purchase, got from independent/private seller
The credenza is vintage 1970s, was made in Italy (found on 1stdibs!)
the coffee table is 1970’s French
“Vulcano Oak floor by Mafi” — guestale
Luci.D Interiors
2 Reviews
Harriet Goodall
Ideabooks191
Questions2
Miller hangs in Banjo’s bedroom. Curtains fashioned from 1970s farm-yard fabric fit in perfectly with the vibrant decor. Goodall’s aunt, Georgia Goodall
Curtains fashioned from 1970s farmyard fabric fit in perfectly with the vibrant decor. Goodall’s aunt, Georgia Goodall, makes a knit blanket for every baby born
Apple Crunch, Porter’s Paint; bedding: Barnslig Ulven, Ikea
A hand-dyed macramé light shade made by Natalie Miller hangs in Banjo’s bedroom. Curtains
born into the family. Wall paint: ‘Apple Crunch’, Porter’s Paints; bedding: Barnslig Ulven, IKEA
“light” — Sallie Bailey
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