Decor: Bringing 70s <br>Style up to Date

Decor: Bringing 70s
Style up to Date

The 1970s are a real source of inspiration for The Socialite Family, as much in its collection and its designs as in its aesthetic sensitivity. A time as prolific in design as it was in fashion, it was a decade of soft shapes, of colour, but above all, of liberty! Is that why we go back to it more and more? Perhaps. As Constance Clerc rightly said, “it is depressing, suffocating, to see so many posts that are all the same, all following the same ‘Instagram-friendly’ codes.”. To take on board certain 1970s style markers is to open up to a delightful infinity of possibilities, far removed from these established codes! It also means not following this revival to the letter, but to counterbalance it. Modernise it. For Fanny and David Millet, it means using certain period signatures and matching them to modern colours such as a raspberry carpet, associated with contemporary works of art. Anahita Vessier, for her part, makes the most of details that are easy to reproduce at home. An ensemble comprising floor rugs, a wall covered with vinyl records, pop-style lighting, and the choice of leather for all her living room armchairs! In Tuscany, Roberto Baciocchi has chosen organic soft shapes and generous and comfortable seating like the iconic Malitte collection by Roberto Matta. A sensuality that is worked through several keynote materials of the seventies. Because the seventies means soft corduroy velvet. But also brushed aluminium, plastic, exotic hardwoods and smoked glass. Be careful, therefore, with the finishing touches to your home decor. Bring them all together to create contrasts as explosive as those we remember from that crazy time!

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The Socialite Family Gioia Pink Table Lamp 390,00€
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Gioia table lamp, with a pink lacquered beechwood lamp base and a white cream pleated cotton shade. Lamp base also…

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The Socialite Family Rotondo modular sofa in almond green corduroy 2 950,00€ See more
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The Socialite Family Bomboloni Mustard Cushion 85,00€
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Large round cushion in velvet. Available in 7 colors: blue, green, white cream, grey, mustard, cappuccino and burgundy….

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The Socialite Family Carino cognac corduroy cushion 80,00€ See more
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Decor: Bringing 70s <br>Style up to Date
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To take on board certain 1970s style markers is to open up to a delightful infinity of possibilities, far removed from these established codes! It also means not following this revival to the letter, but modernise it (...)

Decor: Bringing 70s <br>Style up to Date
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Decor: Bringing 70s <br>Style up to Date

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Decor: Bringing 70s <br>Style up to Date
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Canapé Rotondo Lampadaire Brera Collection Février 2020 Enveloppantes seventies The Socialite Family

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