A vintage furniture can create a statement in your home. The vintage furniture items can interest everyone when look at them featuring a room. When you have decided to make a vintage room in your home, you can get 70’s furniture pieces to complete the room features. 70s era furniture is popular with the wood material, calming and color, and leathered seating. The 70’s furniture pieces can also become the part of modern or contemporary home without breaking the cool vibe. Here are some impressive 70’s furniture items that will make your home unique and memorable.
Vintage Artwork and Furniture Pieces for A Kitchen
This modern white kitchen is decorated with the vintage artwork on the wall. To balance it, there are some wooden chair and a round pedestal table with a marble top for kitchen dining.
A Vintage Farmhouse
This farmhouse has a comfortable family room. The stone and wood materials shown in this room are so vintage but sturdy. The patterned sofas create a 70s style paired with a wooden coffee table.
An Open Concept Family Room
Everyone will get the warmth from natural wood and stone material. The 70’s furniture items in this family room are the brown leathered sofas arranged right in front of the fireplace. You can clean these furniture items easily.
A Seating Space with Vintage Furniture Pieces
Create a nice seating space near the window is really good. It can be a space where you and your family or your guests gather and have a comfy conversation. The leather seating pieces are all vintage stands near the old Victorian windows.
The Wooden Furniture Pieces
You may like the style of this 70s bedroom. The simplicity of the furniture items will make this bedroom unforgettable. The wooden bench in the end if the bed and a wooden desk make this bedroom more functional.
A Vintage Cabinet as 70’s Furniture
This farmhouse powder room has a vintage cabinet, white undermount sink, faucet, wall mounted shelf, a mirror, a towel ring, and windows. A cabinet is any box-shaped pieces of furniture with a door.
A 70’s Furniture for A Bathroom
An old tub and a rusticated vanity in this bathroom are a perfect combination for a vintage bathroom. The creamy walls make the texture on them so stand out. The vanity offers a small sink and some drawers.
The Living Room Features
Here is another combination of minimalist design furniture with 70’s style. This living room features a blue tufted sofa, a small brown coffee table, two wooden armchairs, a small area rug, and classic wall sconces. To fill the empty wall, you can always hang an artwork that can also decorate your room.
A Vintage Sofa
The vintage leathered sofa may look like a boring thing but some paint and new fabric in this room make it incredibly chic. The chevron armchairs can change the boring vibe.
The black wall can be a good background for the bedroom features. The white retro headboard and the industrial wall sconces are so eye-catching.