A 1970s Living Room with Macrame

My Houzz: Madeline and Dawson Ellis

 

I am loving this weeks room as it has a real retro eclectic vibe to it. It is a 1970s living room in New Orleans and owned by Madeline and Dawson Ellis. It also has some key pieces that are on trend this season.

Get The Look:

 

  1. Macrame – these cream ones are from Not On The High Street.In fact you could add lots of macrame to get this look. The wall hanging is from Etsy.
original_macrame-hanging-planter
Vintage macrame as featured on Kate Beavis Vintage Home blog
  1. Cheese Plants – Ikea have a great range of large house plants
Ikea 1970s room plants
  1. Arco floor lamp – this lamp from John Lewis gives a classic Mid Century look with a contemporary feel.

 

John Lewis arc lamp as featured in Kate Beavis vintage home blog
  1. Terracotta tiled floor – these are antique French tiles,but you can of course get a more affordable version at most tile shops.
terracotta tiled floors
  1. Low level seating – this G Plan Vintage late 1950s sofa has the teak legs to give that slight floating feel.
G Plan sofa as featured on Kate Beavis Vintage Home blog

Or grab this German one from ebay

mid century sofa bed as seen on Kate Beavis Vintage Home blog
Finish the look with a vintage peacock chair. This one is on an ebay auction now!
vintage peacock chair as seen on Kate Beavis vintage home blog

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