Henny Meena. Furniture. September 27th , 2017.
Psychedelic. Okay, so in the sixties and seventies, there were reasons for glow in the dark, psychedelic paint and black lights, though these excuses were usually less than savory and not entirely legal. Today, though, the bright T-shirts and posters have returned, with many individuals covering walls with glow in the dark designs and even painting whole walls in psychedelic paint, installing black lights in their recreation rooms or game rooms for entertainment purposes. This retro design option, coupled with disco lights that are more reminiscent of the late seventies, can really take you back to "the day"', especially if you put in the right music!
Tie-Dyed Clothes. Remember when bright, tie-dyed colors were all the rave? In the early eighties, everything was a starburst of six and seven different colors that didn't really match and could make your eyes water with the brightness of the design. Home furnishings have begun to incorporate this design again, with wall hangings of tie-dyed starbursts, throw rugs in the pattern, bedspreads full of tie-dyed spots, and even some couches artfully designed in such a manner. If you like the bright, anything goes style, this may be for you!
Old chests, antique drawers and exquisite vintage woodwork is collection worth a million memories. Passed down from generations to generations, it looks even better with every passing day. The intricacies of etchings and refined craftsmanship of such furniture is rare. It only asks for a little maintenance and care to look the way it did when you first bought it. However, if you are giving your house a makeover, painting the same old furniture is a great idea. It's a great way of transforming what you have into what you want. Imagination is your only limit when it comes to painted furniture designs that can make your home look rustic or retro with a few strokes.
These are only a few of the trends home-owners across the world have been following this summer, and should continue to adhere to for next season. Garden-owners looking for solutions to complement their rattan garden furniture might, therefore, want to consider any or all of them.
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