This bright red neocontemporary living room/bedroom was simple but offbeat

A bright red neocontemporary living room bedroom 1960s
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This shiny & modernistic home decor from 1969 was loud, vibrant, and impossible to miss.

A brilliant cacophony of reds was found in a neocontemporary living room/bedroom, with a shock of shiny red-lacquered walls.

The low bed and chest were designed by Raymond Loewy for Doubinski Freres. Molded fiber-glass loveseats and armchairs were Italian imports from Moreddi.

A woven lattice-style black screen separated the room from the next, while red carpeting united the space.

A bright red neocontemporary living room bedroom 1960s
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