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Modern Design Inspired by the 1970s

Old favorites are always bound to bounce back, and the 1970s aesthetic is in the limelight again. Check out these groovy designs that would have fit right in during the 'Brady Bunch' era.

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Photo: Rebecca Zajac. From: Rebecca Zajac.

Lounge In Style

There’s a reason why these spaces are called lounges - who wouldn’t want to chill out with a cocktail on this vibrant banquette? The patterned staircase risers and platform add to the high-end, funky vibe while the plants, wicker and wood tones lend a natural tone.

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Retro Walls

Greens mixed with yellow and bright pops of orange were the signature colors of the 1970s. This desk area pays homage to that palette in a crisp, modern way that is fun and playful.

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Playful Palettes

Refresh a bedroom with geometric wallpaper on a ceiling or playful splashes of pink, yellow and orange, and you can dive back into the groovy days. Reference Rhoda's eccentrically decorated apartment on The Mary Tyler Moore Show for further inspiration.

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Photo: Seek Interior Design. From: Seek Interior Design.

Easy Bathroom Upgrades

No need for a full bathroom renovation to get the '70s look - simply swap out those old towels for some radically colored ones, and add a bold wallpaper to those plain walls.

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