Retro Room Design Ideas – If there is a classic element that is back in style again on the design scene in recent years, the tiles are diamond.
For those who do not know, are those rectangular white tiles, used since the beginning of ‘900 for bathrooms and kitchens.
Perhaps because they are easy to clean, shiny attract and reflect light, or perhaps because they allude to a certain atmosphere “industrial” … used in bathrooms and kitchens, the results are always surprising and above all very current!
Many people wish they could be born in an earlier era, precisely because they like the look of fashion and decoration of that time. Fortunately, there is no need to invent a time machine to surround yourself with retro decor. Decide what time you feel like it, as the “Atomic Age” of the year 1950, and begin to make your living space with retro-style paintings, furnishings and decorations. Reproductions of vintage travel posters “vary widely in style and color,” according to the Sheffield School of Interior Design, and is an inexpensive way to start a retro look.
Back wall with ads, a paper wall-a wall or wall accent will make the process very closely requires less time, with copies of vintage ads relevant to the content of the room. For example, one of your kitchen walls could display ads retro toaster as a pamphlet of 1937 “toast and jam” Promotion Theme by Sunbeam (as described in The Cyber Toaster “Vintage Toaster Ad of the Day” Museum). Alternatively, the ads play individually or in the original frame and hang them in bunches.
Turn a simple coffee table style with a round top and single support pole in a thick piece of conversation with the addition of custom retro-style hat. Remove the table and measure the diameter of the mast. Drill holes in diameter through which the funds and covers up to half a dozen retro-style hat and thread them on the pole, forming a pile that hides the pole. (If you cringe at the thought of cutting vintage hat, buying modern reproductions, however.) Put the cover on the back. Add the piece visually with a theme, such as hat or Stetson hat with polka dots.
Remove an old wood framed TV or build a convincing imitation of serving as a “shell” around the modern television. This should work well in a living room that needs a large piece furniture to dock. From old televisions were very large and modern ones are smaller, transforming the extra space inside the frame in stock for your DVD collection. Antique TVs come in different styles, sizes and shapes, in order to study a selection of them before deciding how to adjust your television.