How to add seventies luxe to your home

From shag-pile rugs to glitzing up with gold, this decade knew how to get some glam

1, Embrace the shimmer

Embellished with concentric circles, this brass-fronted cabinet from Julian Chichester is a decadent take on the Seventies look and adds an instant shot of glam. The mirror ball and music-inspired art provide a hit of rock’n’roll style which will take you straight to the luxe atmosphere of Studio 54.

2, Pile on the patterns

Ruched-leather detailing gives this plumped-up Kelly Wearstler chair an air of opulent glamour which highlights the pink tones of the patterned walls. This soft colour scheme gets zhuzhed up with a graphic zebra print underfoot for the ultimate room fit for a Hollywood diva.

3, Glitz up your bar

When cocktail hour calls, glam up your drinks trolley with a chic decanter, elegantly etched with fine detailing, perfect for mixing Cosmos. The rounded edge of this bar cart adds a hip, retro shape that creates a cool, laid-back Californian vibe.

4, Soften with textiles

Who can think of the seventies without all its fabulous textures?! Double the pamper factor of a bedroom by dressing a luxe leather bed in pure, sensual silk like this soft pink Gingerlily bedspread.
Floral wall art and a fabulously ornate floor lamp keep the Palm Springs spirit alive.

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