This room reminds me of an early '80s Diana Ross outfit, and I mean that as the highest compliment. Has anyone ever topped her glamorous disco style? I think not. She mastered the combination of big gems, beading, and strong hues like rich purples, electric magentas, and deep reds.
Speaking of disco-esque reflection, you can bring it to the bathroom through tile. Look at how beautifully this tiled wall bounces the light around the room.
Of course, if you really have the Night Fever, you should go all out and hang a real disco ball. Your friends may snicker about it behind your back, but hey, at least your decor will have people talking.
Liza was a Studio 54 staple, and Jonathan Adler has created a needlepoint homage to this fabulous icon, complete with full disco-era makeup.
The mix of tubular chairs, metallic globe pendants and geometric screen bring to life the best of disco style. As for the right corner of the room, no, I have no idea what's happening over there or who that is.
This room has very subtle hints of disco. The centered metallic globe and metal on the nightstand add shine to this dark and relaxing bedroom. Also, there is ample room to do an impromptu hustle past the foot of the bed, should the mood strike.
Want to add a hint of disco to your outdoor space? Consider a reflective sphere or three.
Not crazy about a disco ball-ish light fixture? Try this retro inspired chandelier instead.