10 Style Ideas To Add The 1970's Revival Trend To Your Bathroom
By Maxine Brady an Interior Stylist and Blogger at WeLoveHomeBlog.
Step into the Seventies with the latest bathroom trends to sweep into fashion & interiors. From boho-chic to retro glam influences, Seventies-style is taking over and it is time to invest in the key pieces to bring your bathroom on-trend.
Have you noticed the 1970s chic is a trend that’s been bubbling under for some time, but this year it could just hit the mainstream – with a few modern tweaks? We ask interior Stylist and Blogger at WeLoveHome, Maxine Brady to share her top picks for this trend to transform your bathroom making it revival-ready.
Here’s how to shop the look in your bathroom:
Add Retro Prints: Use this retro print jug by Orla Kiely as an alternative toothbrush holder, £30.00, Amara, https://www.amara.com
Pick Woods: Bring back the use of dark woods which was popular in the 1970s. We love the Calm walnut wall hung mirror, £99.97, which nails this trend.
Overdo pattern; Add a splash of multi-coloured pattern to your bath time with a multi-coloured - Fregio bathrobe, £177, Trussardi, https://www.trussardi.com/it/it
Look For Brands from the Era: Merimekko is a brand that creates the best colour-pop 70s prints ever. If you buy one thing, let it be this shower curtain. Shower curtain, £52, Cloudberry living. ww.cloudberryliving.co.uk
Keep It Sleek: The 1970s was a great time for home style innovation – just like the wall hung Aquila bathroom suite, £389.97, which replicates the clean, modern lines of the era.
Pick Vintage inspired accessories; Look out for materials from this iconic era like Melamine. These cute swan soap dishes in oranges and blue are an easy way to update your bathroom with this latest home style trend. www.miramira.ie
Colour Block Your Pallet: Vintage stripes that hit the catwalks are now creeping into the home. We love the scion living zig zag toilet brush, £18, Unique and Unity. http://www.uniqueandunity.co.uk/
Rediscover Tiles: Don’t replace all your tiles! Instead update your walls with this glass tile wall art with will inject 70s pattern to your bathroom, £16.99, Homesense. www.homesense.com
Choose Iconic shapes: A mono-tap is a cool way to add a spot of 70s glam to your bathroom. Top of our list is the Invigorate mono basin mixer tap and at £16.97 it is a bargain too.
Does a 1970s revival fill you with joy – or horror? And which item above is on your shopping list for your room?