A retro vintage bathroom with a basis in white from the circular mosaic tiles on the floor to the white subway tiles and white cabinets and wainscoting. What gives this bathroom a retro vibe is the color combination of lime green as seen on
21 Retro interior decorating ideas
Retro vintage red and turquoise kitchen decor. Jolie Sikes-Smith knows a thing or two about making flea market finds look fresh. Along with her mom and sister, she runs the Junk Gypsies shop and stars in the Junk Gypsies show (the third season of
Country Living Cover September 2015. Light blue and red retro kitchen featured on the September cover of Country Living Magazine.
Almond Hartzog Gallery in San Francisco via http://www.remodelista.com/ Longtime friends Charles Almond and Steve Hartzog recently opened Almond Hartzog in San Francisco, a gallery specializing in collectible 20th century furniture and contemporary art from Scandinavia, France, Italy, and the US. Both Almond and Hartzog
Suburban Modern Paint Pallete. With clear, cheerful colors of the 1950's exhibited a new American outlook. The exuberance showed up on the walls as striking shades such as chartreuse and organic shaped like Boomerangs. Sherwin Williams Pinky Beige SW 0079 Sherwin Williams Appleblossom SW
When adding coastal style to your home, you don’t have to be limited to soft colors. Incorporate a little fun with an unexpected color like red. Plenty of white in the room keeps the color from becoming overwhelming. The red of the kitchen cabinets
Stunning, authentic retro renovated kitchen with cabinets painted in Farrow & Ball's Tunsgate Green and Stone Blue under the window. The counters are made out of carrara's marble. Love the combination of aqua and red. From Ottawa At Home Spring 2014 Photo: Mark Holleron
Decorate your windows, mantelpiece and table settings with stunning cobalt blue glass!
Retro chairs refreshed in red leather and an extended oval walnut table! Styling: John Mangila Photo: Cath Muscat via Australian Home Beautiful October 2014
This colorful, modern cafe in Poland was created by designer Anna Kobylka from studios Kolorama and Olga Sietnicka of Bloogarden. This cafe is chic and stylish while also having an ambiance that is cheerful and relaxed. While the walls and floors were painted in