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70s living room

70s Living Room

The idea here is to create a living station that withhold premature and can be easily altered with changing design trends. While moving out a couple of chairs or replacing wall art is easy, if you commit to an exclusively retro mean, make sure that you really love it and would stick to it for several seasons to come.
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70s Living Room

As you can see in the picture below, the old floor was yellowish. It had major damages that hadn't been repaired. And it looked like there was a thin layer of plastic with air bubbles all over it, with efface and burns beneath it. As if an extra layer of varnish was applied with a paint roller without previously preping the possession.
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70s Living Room

Oil finishes are an healthy choice that looks wonderful in my opinion. At first, I wanted to keep the hoariness of the maple floor but it is not something that's possible. Oil finishes darken the timber and give it a slightly orange tint. In the end, I really like the warmth it gives to the room, especially during the winter!
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70s Living Room

2. Wood Paneled Walls Image courtesy of Nous Decor We don’t know why we thought grating our walls with floor to ceil wood paneling was a good idea, but we sure knew how to mate it work! Add to this nostalgic front with vintage picture frames resting, not hung, on the rampart. See more at Nous Decor
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70s Living Room

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70s Living Room

Open-Plan LivingWhile many rooms in the 70s resembled fortify-to-wall carpeted, wood-paneled dungeons, residential architecture of the time was positively very innovative when it comes to light and space. In many ways, the 70s introduced the concept of “open plan living”, agreeing to some architectural historians. Heathcote specimen designers correspond to the “altered sociology of the class” with double-height while, open planned living and grand entrances. Many homes had massive windows, spiral or “floating” staircases, inward second-possession balconies and vaulted ceilings. Often the living room was spread out over manifold direct, sometimes with a sunken seating scope. Think of the Brady Bunch domestic and you get the picture. You may not resembling the look but you have to admit it was pretty etymon. Homes were also being purpose to accommodate and integrate children into every age animation (not “out of spectacle out of mind” a la the Mad Men date). Studies and home offices started being built. Kitchens expanded to accommodate more cabinets and countertop space at a opportunity when Julia Child’s cookbooks were all the rage. Many kitchens had islands or breakfast nooks, import the family into a room once reserved solely for ladies or staff.
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70s Living Room

You really need not confine yourself strictly to one particular look when trying to add retro infect to your living room. Feel familiar to borrow from across various eras. With many firms now lining up to recreate these transcendent drapery pieces and accessories of an era gone by, there are plenty of options on offer. So, are you ready to go your toes into some rapturous retro rough and tumble?
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70s Living Room

Getting some cordial fuzzy feelings from seeing these lush living lodge! I dreamed of the age when I could have my own pad and ornament with cubes, steel lamps, and that funky vibe. But, alas, by the time I had my own spot it was the mid 80s and all the life had been sucked out of decor. But I refused to go pastel!
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Side tables, cabinets and brilliant chandeliers are also a marvelous way of adding retro style to the living room. Just couple of these select trappings with the right throw pillows and a rug, and you have merry, hip room that Embarrass the right tonicity for the rest of the harbor. When it comes to colorful design, the ’60s and ’70s offer endless inspiration…
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Reign of the RanchFrom the outside, most 70s homes were pretty uninventive. There were the post-and-emit style house, A-frames, hemispherical, third and A-frames. But according to Lisa’s Nostalgia Cafe, the king of the 70s home was the one-story ranch. In 1975, 60% of modern single-family abode were one-story. Outside the house, you were like to encounter a Hibachi grill, blacktop driveway and concrete patio, and a metal swing set. The average American house was much smaller, at 1,700 square feet compared with 2,500 sq. ft. in 2007.
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Building custom recessed furniture is very difficult; You must plan for the floor being crooked, the walls not being direct and how you will install the fact of furniture. Because of the size of the one, I would have had a hard time running it pre-assembled. So I opted for an on-site assembly and as a result made the structure as simple as possible. The joinery is mostly done with Festool dominos and there is no backing.
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How I redesigned my living space out of the 70s March 9th, 2017 A while back, I wrote about how I renew my kitchen countertops. I went into detail touching my hate of melamine. Truth is, I'm on a crusade against melamine. Right after I moved in, I asked my landlord if I could renovate the living room and get rid of the unsightly turquoise built-in console that front like it was coming straight from the 70s. The diagram The plan was to get rid of the turquoise blue melamine, import back the white partition, sand the floors, perfect them with oil and construct a new wood corner console. The first image is a 3D reconstitution of the old corner console (I lost the original pictures), but yes it was that turquoise and ugly! Renovations As you can see in the model below, the old possession was yellowish. It had major damages that hadn't been repaired. And it looked inclination there was a thin layer of plastic with air bubbles all over it, with fluke and burns beneath it. As if an extra layer of varnish was applied with a cosmetic roller without previously preping the floor. I did 3 elapse of sanding, using 80-100-120 grit successively. Then I applied 5 coats of clear Livos Kunos 244. I require a point of not begin any armful chemicals (VOCs and SVOCs) when I do renovations or build furniture. That's why I chose this smear. The burn marks in the centric of the living post I rented a sanding machine from the local Home Depot Oil polish are an healthy choice that looks miraculous in my opinion. At first, I lack to keep the milkiness of the maple floor but it is not something that's possible. Oil finishes darken the wood and give it a slightly orange tint. In the end, I indeed like the warmth it fetters to the room, especially during the winter! Another thing to keep in mind, floor anoint terminate can be a pain in the blockhead to maintain. It takes about a month to fully cure, you might need to add more coats eventually (I didn't saturate the wood with my first 3 coats so I ppurpose up mention 2 more). I think it is worth it though; and it is the easiest close to do touch-completely on if you ever damage your floor! I'm very happy with the conclusion result but I did it mostly to learn about the process. Sanding floors is a chance of work; and toil that is better left to a professional. It is one thing to sand a piece of furniture, it is a wholly separate one to courage large surfaces. Building the monopolize sustain When I designed the TV cheer with my friend Adrien I really liked the notion of having two levels. I kept that concept but I added doors to hide the content of the bottom section. The structure is made of Baltic Birch Plywood with hardwood passage. I added a banding to the plywood to hide its folds and note a bevel. It is a small detail that cause a big difference, the same bevel is recite on the top of the doors improving their operation. It is a big part of what require that design healthy and simple yet functional. The bevel on the top of the door makes them really unconcerned to open. There is a hatch at the end of the piece for cable management. Building custom recessed furniture is very difficult; You must plan for the floor being crooked, the walls not being straight and how you will install the piece of furniture. Because of the gauge of the unit, I would have had a hard time moving it pre-assembled. So I opted for an on-site assembly and as a proceed made the configuration as simple as possible. The joinery is mostly done with Festool dominos and there is no backing. The only complicated part really is to assemble everything in a timely fashion without screwing up the 45 degree angles, which arguably I could have done a meliorate jab at. I will leave you with couple more pictures and if you have a project in courage you need help with, feel free to project me a message! This is why I don’t like on-site assemblies! There is an outlet in the back where I connect my modem and router.

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