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Interior design trends may come and go, but some simply never go out of style. In 2021 golden tones, out-there shapes and all-out glamour will be big news when it comes to furniture. So, in celebration of the return of 70s luxe, we’re sharing our favourite HomeLooks pieces, to help you achieve a glamorous, retro-inspired interior.
Celebrating the unique silhouettes, bold fabric choices and vibrant colours of 70s furnishings, the Lexus Armchair is profoundly retro. With a modern wingback body, stainless steel frame and plump seat cushion, this armchair straddles the line between vintage and modern. Sink into the Lexus’ supportive curved back and enjoy its tactile velvet upholstery, available in two striking retro shades: burnt orange and mustard.
If you’re seeking a sofa bed unlike any other, then pay close attention to the Alba. Distinctive, daring and dazzlingly retro, this stylish sofa bed benefits from silky velvet upholstery in three striking shades. Complemented by tufted details, the Alba blends sharp lines with curved edges, while its mechanical back quickly changes the couch into a spacious bed. Finished with golden decorations, this 70s-inspired sofa is sure to seduce.
The ultimate celebration of 1970s drama, the Lisa Dining Table Set is quite unlike any you might have seen before. One for the bold, this tactile dining set is both contemporary and Art Deco in style. More akin to a piece of art, the table’s glossy surface was achieved using natural smoked eucalyptus, while its theatrical hexagonal legs are decorated with a golden band. This eye-catching set comes complete with six dining chair, with curved backs and beautiful gilded frames.
One for lovers of all-out glamour, the Nepal Armchair is anything but ordinary. Combining drama and comfort, it features elegant curves, luxurious velvet and nubuck leather upholstery, as well as delicate embellishments. A contemporary take on the classic Bergère chair, the Nepal celebrates the beauty of Art Deco style, with pretty metallic accents and a deep ruched back.
A quick and affordable way to add some 70s luxe to your home, the Paris Trellis Design Rug will also enable you to introduce pops of colour to your interior. Part retro and part contemporary, the Paris offers a vivid geometric pattern that was influenced by traditional Moroccan carpets. Almost three dimensional, this statement rug blends on-trend grey and mustard shades for a show-stopping finish.
Anyone seeking a truly unique armchair need look no further. This curvaceous piece will support and hug simultaneously, thanks to its 70s-inspired tub silhouette. With an ultra-padded seat and curved back rest, the Messe blends rotund edges with smooth velvet upholstery in two on-trend tones: grey and mustard. With a chic beech wood frame, a channel-tufted base and decorative embroidery, the Messe is a modern icon.
The 70s was all about oversized sectionals and arched couches. It was a decade that was playful with its designs. Well, the Barcelona Corner Sofa is the epitome of this bold approach. Clean lines, tufted details and adjustable back cushions give this corner sofa its unique, vintage aesthetic. Draped in velvet, the Barcelona enjoys padded wide track arms and delicate chrome legs, both of which are sure to add dreamy vintage vibes to your home.