With its transparent four-poster bed, this pink 70s bedroom mixed traditional with trendy

Transparent lucite bed - pink 70s bedroom mixed traditional with trendy
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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.)

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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.)

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