Disco Balls Aren't Just for Parties! 7 Ways to Decorate With This '70s Throwback

The '70s staple is making a comeback in the design world and it has nothing to do with the discotheque.

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October 24, 2018

From the runway to Instagram to the interior design world, stylists are crushing hard on the '70s right now. While we’re glad to see some kitschy items remain in the past, fun accessories, such as the disco ball, are showing up in decor. Instead of a pop of color, the disco ball is used as a pop of personality--whether it’s a touch of glam or a fun, conversation piece that makes a room less serious. Here are our favorite ways to rock the disco trend at home.

Instead of hanging a giant disco ball from the ceiling, use it to brighten an overlooked nook. Designers are tucking disco balls under desks and console tables to display as art.

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Brighten up your outdoor space with a disco ball string lights. These lights would make a great addition to a dance floor for a DIY wedding or party.

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These fruit sipper cups with a disco twist are the perfect way to serve beverages at a pool party or cookout. They also make great white elephant gifts.

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Even though disco balls aren’t colorful, they’re still loud. If your home style is more neutral and minimal, try a disco-inspired black and white print.

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Deck the halls for Christmas and New Year’s Eve with these mini mirror balls. They also make great DIY keychains for a handmade holiday gift.

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Hosting a shower or bachelorette party? These disco ball tumblers are perfect for a girl’s weekend and feature trendy millennial pink straws.

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A Frenchie pup with mirror ball booties - it doesn’t get any cuter than this.

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