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palm springs living room
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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
popularity in the '70s and still looks fresh today.
The orange fireplace signifies warmth and becomes the focal point of the room. Blue and citrus accents
freestanding Malm Lancer fireplace. We had this in mustard yellow in the '70s. What I wouldn't give for one now.
Bubblegum Bursts: The bold colors in this white room have so much flavor in small bursts throughout the room.
“Fireplace!!” — Jaime Vogt
Carlyn And Company Interiors + Design
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Pierrpont
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70s living room
Living couleur...60's vibe...Living Room...Organic living
“colors” — sianaa
Julie Holloway
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living room
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70's living room. Whites and beiges lighten space
I live the neutrals and whites with sparkling accents.
board and batten to ceiling to use in sitting room upstairs
LOVE the 1x2 vertical boards placed in living room and kitchen or whole house or just downstairs.
and a lot of board-and-batten here." The 1x2 vertical boards in the living room help create that vibe.
Holloway's casual and glamorous home has a bit of country in it too. "We live in farm country," she says, "so we can get away with a lot of barn lights
“front hall?” — lizjnsn
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Staged vacant home
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70's living room
“70's living room” — rmfochoa
Decorate by Holly Becker and Joanna Copestick
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feel like it is a fun room, but grown and sophisticated all in one breath
Groovy L.A. looks. Somehow Los Angeles managed to do the '70s very well, then and now. Trellis and lattice patterns, large-scale curled
to the glamour without overwhelming the room. Decorate Tip: Take a cue from the Palazzos, who designed this room, and "use a bold mix of colors and textures
the authors suggest plucking items from a range of eras and styles. This room's big statement comes from the chocolate and white geometric trellis fabric
A big-scale pattern can make or break a room. Be sure to keep the rest of your decor minimal and think twice before making
green, black, white colors living room
“window” — Kisha Foster Sanchez
Holden Design Group
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Organic City Living
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Organic City Living...Living room
“Outlets” — Midland Real Estate Alliance
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Vintage Black-and-White Striped Chic
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This '70s-era living room almost looks like a contemporary photo spread with its Parisian-chic
family room have sofa have red twist lamp have rug
Not afraid to go for a pattern on accent wall...gold and white in the living room and
color add personality and sense to this living room. If done correctly, a black and white color scheme can incorporate dark colors such as red.
The academic favours rooms that are graphically striking - harsh black and white with splashes of bright colour.
the black is more dominant, giving the room a different feel than the ones we've seen with evenly sized stripe widths.
And in this room, a striped wall provides the perfect backdrop for a solid black couch ac
“Black and White Accent Wall” — Linda Omura
Kimberly Niesz
70's Ranch Living Room
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I used a small round table in an awkward corner of our L-shaped living room. It can serve as a game table or intimate dining space for two.
70's Ranch Living Room
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