Decked out in shades of pearly pink and peach, this retro 1970s room was a contemporary take-off on a cozy and traditional four-poster bedroom theme.
The cocoon of paisley-style pattern was “Meadow Grange” from Albert Van Luit & Co, and appeared on the chintz bedspread, wing chair upholstery, and on the brightly papered walls.
A sheer version of the full pattern for the draperies and ruched ceiling tent. (Yes, that’s fabric and not wallpaper up there.)
Furnishings in this pink 70s bedroom were split between the traditional and trendy, too. There was comforting and classic pine furniture — an armoire and night tables — plus a three-dimensional picture frame for a landscape by John Spath.
The fantastic four-poster bed was really something you don’t see every day. It was made of brass, chrome and Lucite by Los Angeles-based creator Charles Hollis Jones, a midcentury pioneer in acrylic furniture design.
All four posts and the rest of the mod canopy-style bedframe were made from twisted plastic that glittered as they magnified and distorted the detailed patterns. (PS: See a similar bathroom style here.)