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John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
love this cool tile, though not these colors
Cool back splash simple faucet
Cool for a powder room
Cool color and design
Retro. This style is ideal for folks who have an appreciation of stylised design from decades past. A Retro bathroom’s appeal lies in its combination of up-to-date conveniences with a nostalgic colour palette of orange, olive green
Retro tiles...wall tile design
“Tile” — fewilson
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Cool retro. What's old is new again?
Bright living room w cool fireplace
The fireplace is ideal in any retro home.
Retro. Revive a retro style by adding a quintessential fireplace to take you back in time. The cherry-red color of this one says vintage like nothing else. I had
“Nifty” — btong40
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retro living room, mix of colours
retro and colorful...Retro Design...Interior Design
“Colorfull TV room” — hd645
Fivedot Design Build
4 Reviews
Mid Century Modern Kitchen
flow and functionality of the kitchen while respecting the existing design style. We removed the wall separating the living area from the kitchen and installed recycled chalkboard countertops on some great new cabinets by Kerf design. New aluminum windows added much needed cross ventilation while com
The globe with the winding kitchen and the cool wooden finish makes this an excellent edition to any retro home.
like the retro feel, like the high shelf over bench
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What's new here: The vintage globe in an open upper cabinet in this contemporary kitchen is an unexpected touch that adds retro style to the room. If you're a little tired of the composition or placement
“Cub board design” — vizay
John Malick & Associates
5 Reviews
Victorian Pool House, Atherton, California
The cabinets were custom-fabricated to a design by John Malick & Associates. The floors are 1x8 maple plank with a two-color painted design and distressed finish. --John Malick & Associates
Tile design, wall, hood
retro refrigerator...such a cool stove!...Cool hinges...Retro stove...cool stove...design beadboard...Retro fridge
“hinges, vertical slat doors” — Resolana
Applegate Tran Interiors
12 Reviews
70's inspired kitchen
am looking for similar tile for a client of mine but in a red/orange color. Having a hard time finding the right look that is consistent with 70's design.
Retro 70s green with colour blocks. Mustard wall tiles!
retro 70s style anna - oh, this is fun to me Kind of fun but would get dated quickly I think. Taryn
“Retro kitchen” — Sarah Bernardy Design
Sarah Gallop Design Inc.
30 Reviews
Retro Revival
love the fridge, wood counter bar, and cool 70s retro style pendant lights. nicely tied together, but a bit too much retro for our place
I like this a lot because it is so retro 70's.
The lights and wood finish make for a cool look!
very cool use of texture and soft colors. Love the pendants!
Sarah Gallop Design Inc.
Retro Revival
“Great combo of modern and live edge wood” — kkaski
Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
7 Reviews
Helena 1
What design period would you use to describe this? I need to redo my 1960 bath.
I can tell you used the mint and black on the floor as well, and I am considering doing a similar application, but would like ideas on the floor design. Thanks!
I think they used a cool khaki color (paint on the walls) to go with the tiles on Parenthood (not pink).
pedestal vanity, cabinet and wall design
Mint GreenMint green is creamy and cool and very close to turquoise. It can have a 1950s feel to it, as it does in this bathroom.
Style Secret: Strong GeometryPerhaps the signature element of art deco style is its emphasis on geometric shapes. Angular patterns, stepped designs and bold curves all highlight the look — no fussy, dainty patterns or profiles. Picture a 1930s theater marquee and you'll have the idea. Glam it up:
“Not this color scheme...but tile pattern is great!” — sgerl1
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