This bright & fresh retro eat-in kitchen decor scheme was zesty yet peaceful, with its palette drawn from the freshness of springtime.
The sheet vinyl flooring (1974’s Bravissimo pattern from Armstrong) featured a stylized flower pattern in green and yellow, while the fabric on the bench seats and the room divider were narrow stripes of white, medium green and a vivid lime green.
Rather than a traditional table and chair setup, this room had a dual bench-style setup with a sculptured geometric flair.
The two cantilevered booth seats were made of thick white suspended T shapes turned 90 degrees and attached firmly to the ground.
Between the two facing seats was a white rectangular table, itself suspended only by two thick rectangular frames.
Not only was the design playful, it was practical, too — the pieces always stayed in place (important for a small room like this), and the sculpture-like structure made cleaning underneath it easy.