Remember those rainbow bumper stickers everyone used to have on their cars? This '70s-inspired rainbow wall and arc lamp look perfect for a game room or basement hangout. The comfy chairs are perfect for relaxing with friends while playing a couple rounds on an Atari.
he pillow patterns and the patchwork rug remind me of a pair of jeans I had when I was a kid. The '70s aesthetic was all about primary colors.
Although there are some midcentury chairs mixed in here, the patterns and wall art are iconic '70s. Notice all the different geometrics mixed in together with distinctively shaped furniture.
A silver upholstered bed with mirrored nightstands and a gray shag rug — now that's disco!
The first time I saw a conversation pit was in a James Bond movie in the '70s. To this day this is my idea of a perfect entertaining layout.
This space looks like Marcia Brady's room, with big flower-power wall art, hanging bubble pendants and a white shag throw rug.
A bright orange Malm Lancer fireplace 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. This style gained popularity in the '70s and still looks fresh today.
More rainbow colors and geometric patterns are mixed fearlessly by Anthony Barrata in this living room. Note the orange, yellow and red mixed with mirrored furniture.
One of my favorite furniture pieces are these vintage 1960s Broyhill modular plastic cabinets. The lemon and lime colors I like even better than the Raymond Loewy pieces they are knockoffs of. We use the credenza to store and play vintage records and eight-tracks.
Lorena renovated the kitchen with vintage appliances and reissued Formica countertops. "The countertop is an original Formica pattern from the '50s that was reissued a few years back when Disneyland revamped Tomorrowland," she says. Working pinball machines light up the space beyond.