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LeAnn Huntington
LeAnn
Ideabooks22,264
Questions20
retro colors with retro feel but modern elements. Colorful and pretty! Small kitchen, too, so workable!
The little touches here are great. The orange tea kettle and mixer. The colorful retro glasses. The old-fashioned shade of paint for the cabinets. Lovely.
a vintage-style kitchen as well. This eclectic room is full of bright colors and quirky touches; adding stainless appliances would not work in this retro mix.
“cute” — Pat Minges
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
64 Reviews
Historical Colonial in Pasadena
Ideabooks6,487
Questions12
Love it retro white on white
Vintage or retro — what's the difference? Vintage appliances are genuine original models; generally the most coveted are from the 1940s to early 1960s. They may be refurbished to glossy perfection or bear the scuffs and scratches of many years of use. Retro appliances, on the other hand
“OVEN” — patman1
W. David Seidel, AIA - Architect
American Diners
Ideabooks460
Questions2
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Retro Table & Chairs (resembles) my table
must-have item for the retro home. Sev­eral two-per­son ta­bles could be placed to­gether or a larger ta­ble could be lo­cated. Red, yel­low and black are the col­ors for ta­ble seat­ing.
kitchen - retro red and black with lots of shiny chrome
A 1950's style diner table is a must-have item for the retro home. Several two-person tables could be placed together or a larger table could be located. Red, yellow and black are the colors for table seating.
“Dining table and chairs” — James Pong
Erika Bierman Photography
8 Reviews
Charmean Neithart Interiors for Teen Project
Ideabooks1,913
Questions3
A splash of yellow by way of the retro-style table and chairs for the eat-in nook of the kitchen is a cheerful surprise and an eye-popping contrast to the grays, blues and greens.
A splash of yellow by way of the retro-style table and chairs for the kitchen-diner is a cheerful surprise and an eye-popping
“small yellow table” — janicema8
Sheila Rich Interiors, LLC
25 Reviews
Spring Lake- Porch
Ideabooks3,507
Questions6
Chairs look comfortable as well as retro
Love Love Love the retro look
and urban-inspired interior," says Rich. "It's also the lifeline of a beach house. We began by vaulting the ceiling just enough to give it a lift."Retro porch furniture respects the home's age, while pale blue upholstery keeps things light, airy and fresh. Sisal rugs add beachy texture and define separate
“Painted ceiling and floor” — mgreenberg
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Eberhart
Ideabooks1,020
Questions1
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
“Cool tile though colors are questionable.” — russoleum
Melocco and Moore Architects
Melocco and Moore Architects
Ideabooks820
Questions2
The colours are great- modern retro. I like the shape and style of the counter top too
Bring up to dateTake the classic ingredients of a retro kitchen – the dark brown cabinets, green tiled splashback and orange feature lighting – but source each element new for a fresh update on the Seventies look. This kitchen brilliantly references retro style, but creates a slightly cleaner, less cluttered
“Green splash back” — olakunbi
Erika Bierman Photography
8 Reviews
Vanessa De Vargas for Teen Project
Ideabooks2,002
Questions3
De Vargas used the design of the lounge area to set the tone for the rest of the project spaces. A retro-modern look infused with turquoise and magenta accents sounds jarring, but under her direction it's pleasing to the eye.
De Vargas used the design of the living room to set the tone for the rest of the areas in the building. A retro-modern look infused with turquoise and pink accents sounds jarring, but under her direction it’s pleasing to the eye.
“Wow different colours” — mrsolchowski
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