Square and triangle patterned panels on the left wall of this retro geometric room inspired the fantastic color scheme that filled the rest of the walls.
Together, they formed a light blue background for the vivid colors that they showed off in this room that was decorated with boho flair back in 1969/1970. The floor covering takes the wall color just a shade darker.
On the two lounge chairs and their footrests, a groovy op-art fabric — a tangle of many shades — provided a sense of motion.
A stack of purple, pink, and yellow cubes — topped with a red triangle — echoed the colors from in the massive geometric painting, which had static patterns filling half the wall.
The red sofa fabric showed a geometric texture, while the matching red chairs had rounded bolster backs set on square outlines with shiny metal trim.
Between them, a white rectangular table accented a few accessories, and provided storage for books or magazines.
Finally, a wooden white circular table, quite unexpectedly stood upon red legs in the popular mod horn shape usually found on small pedestal tables.