Slideshow

That '70s Room

Call it a groove thing—swinging '70s style is back.

of
  • Let it Be
    A simple, classic Knoll piece that began in the ’50s, hit its stride in the ’70s, and is just as strong today. Saarinen Tulip armless chair ($1,440), from Design Within Reach, 2939 Hennepin Ave. S., Mpls., 612-827-0990, dwr.com
  • Do the Hustle
    Shag is back, in about every color imaginable. This flooring will undoubtedly make you feel like dancing. Shag carpet (price available upon request), from Hirshfield’s Design Resource, 721 2nd Ave. N., Mpls., 612-374-8901, hirshfields.com
  • Afternoon Delight
    For that iced high tea! Vintage barware is an easy way to add a little ’70s style to your everyday. Glasses ($28 for eight), from Succotash, 781 Raymond Ave., St. Paul, 651-603-8787
  • Light up Your Life
    Glowing light-up furniture is making a major comeback. We love this versatile side table. Gus Modern light box ($325), from Roam, 2914 Hennepin Ave., Mpls., 612-377-6465, roaminteriors.com
  • Lean on Me
    This nostalgic yet modern silhouette can be ordered up to eight feet long. Sabine sofa ($2,199), from Room & Board, 7010 France Ave. S., Edina, 952-927-8835, roomandboard.com
  • Hot Stuff
    Theme party, anyone? Cozy up on chilly spring evenings with friends and fondue. Senior fondue set ($59.99), from IKEA, 952-858-8088, ikea-usa.com
  • Kodachrome
    The chevron is here again, with reinspired zigzags in peppy tones—this fabric would perk up any chair. Zenyatta Mondatta fabric in peacock (price available upon request), from Schumacher, International Market Square, 612-338-6434, fschumacher.com
  • Stayin’ Alive
    Hicks geometric styles will forever be iconic. Hicks carpet (price available upon request), from Hirshfield’s Design Resource
  • Night Fever
    The silver swing lamp has remained a design staple for decades because of its after-dark drama. Arco floor lamp ($2,696), also from Design Within Reach

We’re seeing tie-dye on the runway and shag in the showrooms. Even disco balls are making their way into interiors. And like a bowl of oranges, lemons, and avocados, the classic ’70s color palette is ripe again for spring. Call it a groove thing—swinging ’70s style is back.



Comments