Spring is finally here! We may have lost an hour of sleep, but it’s more than worth it in exchange for the positivity and optimism of Spring! Spring is a great time of year in which to inject a different style into your home. Retro style is often particularly colourful, as well as providing a unique and different style to your home – Two birds with one stone.
You can see our top 5 retro home accessories below!
Retro Telephone – Petrol Blue/Red
One of the best ways to bring back a classic style is to give it a little facelift and, perhaps, a dash of extra colour in order to adapt it for a modern interior. This phone, from Wild & Wolf is a classic example of slightly remoulding a classic design for a slightly different look, without losing the original character and flavour. The eye-catching petrol blue finish contrasts boldly with the red cord and buttons.
Retro Wall Clock – Cola Bottle
It’s impossible to create a list of retro styles without including a good bit of pop art. Contemporary, minimalistic style can sometimes feel a little cold and surgical. A small addition like this Cola clock can really help to add a little humour and personal character to a simple and clean contemporary interior.
Retro Mirror – Circles
Straight outta the ’60s, this attractive modular mirror is a beautiful statement piece for a room which needs a little extra ‘pop’. The unique modular design demonstrates that there can be a lot more to mirrors than a simple square design and a frame.
Glass Table Lamp – Talia
The kind of design piece you find yourself hypnotised by when visiting a friend’s house for an evening. Heathfield & Co are well renowned for supplying innovative and extremely high quality designs. The Talia glass table lamb is a great example of the abstract smoked glass styles which were in fashion during the ’60’s and ’70s, executed in high quality style.
Retro Diner Telephone
Time for some maple syrup pancakes and a tall milkshake. This retro phone echoes the iconic style of a 1950’s American diner. The modern telephone cables enable you to create your own retro style, 60 years on!
Which retro style would you like to see maker a comeback?