5 Amazing Monochromatic Vintage Interiors

Home decorating in the 1970’s was all about using color.

And if you went for it, you went for it. Crazy or Amazing. You be the judge.

Mod and Mint: 5 Amazing Monochromatic Vintage Interiors

Brush-On Paint Design in Yellow.

Forget about decorating with wallpaper, pictures and mirrors. Open your eyes – and your mind – to painted wall designs, as designer Lawrence Peabody did here. Notice how the free-form graphic on the wall flows right onto the conversational seating arrangement.

Mod and Mint: 5 Amazing Monochromatic Vintage Interiors
Living in Purple and Red.

The couch and wall covering have been done in the same color scheme of purples and reds. The patterns of circles and stripes make that the sofa does not visually disappears into the background.

Mod and Mint: 5 Amazing Monochromatic Vintage Interiors
Suspension space savers in Orange and Pink.

Wooden shelves are held together by chains surrounding the vanity table. The shelves are painted orange to match the wall covering and carpet.

Mod and Mint: 5 Amazing Monochromatic Vintage Interiors
Boho wicker dining room in Pink.

Have a seat my dear. Monochromatic pink all the way. Wicker table and peacock chairs painted in hot pink to match the rest of the interior.

Mod and Mint: 5 Amazing Monochromatic Vintage Interiors
Green Living.

Floor to ceiling posts and beams, painted bright green, bring architectural interest to the room. Roll-up window shades and in front of shelving, continue the strong vertical impact. Green metal dining set by Meadowcraft on shaggy rug.

All images found in vintage home decorating books and magazines from the 1970’s from my personal collection.
Want your own vintage magazines? I can’t keep them all to myself, so i have some listed for sale in the Mod and Mint shop on Etsy.

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