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Dining Room Decor Ideas : 70’s Trends

Find Out The Best Dining Room Decor Trends

Dining Room Decor Ideas is one of the most wanted topics, so today we will present you the best dining room decor an easy idea to decor this part of your house. Right now in home design and even fashion, it feels like a total ’70s takeover. Some might argue that the ’90s are going strong, too. But the ’90s were the first real throwback to the ’70s, so there you go. This time period had two pretty distinct things going on—boho hippie vibes and glam, glitzy disco feels.


From playful colors and patterns to indoor plants and wallpaper these popular 70s trends are back and better than ever.


The classic 70s colour palette (minus the brown carpet and avocado-coloured kitchens) of mustard and terracotta along with natural finishes such as timber, terrazzo, bamboo, and brick are all experiencing a resurgence as people seek to embrace earthy and natural finishes in their homes to establish a connection with nature and get back to their roots. Which leads us to our next trend, indoor plants. This amazing Pastorius Wall Lamp has an industrial-chic style and features swing arms that are an American classic.

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Indoor plants were huge in the 70s, usually seen strung up in macramé hangers or atop of decorative cane plant stands and today it’s no different. While we may have left the macramé hangers back in the 70s, there’s no denying that indoor plants are back in Vogue, and in a big way. Specific varieties that scream 70s style include hanging plants like ferns and devils ivy, sculptural Sansevieria and California-cool cacti and larger-scale plants like rubber trees and fiddles leaf figs. To this ceiling, we advise you Atomic Ceiling Lamp from DelightFULL thas was inspired by the molecular composition of the atom, thus representing a newfound interpretation of the mid-century modern era.

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Creating a 70s vibe without it feeling too vintage involves curating a look that mixes old and new. “If you’re incorporating actual vintage pieces, make sure they are the only hero vintage pieces mixed in with modern pieces. It doesn’t even have to be about vintage, it can just be pieces that have the shapes, proportions, and materials of the seventies, making the look feel fresh and contemporary with just a nostalgic nod to the past,” says stylist Sarah Ellison.

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Woods materials

Wood was also a big ’70s material, but not just any old species. The pendulum definitely swung away from heavier, more traditional dark cherry and ebony styles and towards lighter rattans, which, sourced from climbing palms, gained traction in the ’70s. Rattan really did define the decade’s quintessential boho look, and it’s important to recreate it today.


If you loved our article about Dining Room Decor Ideas, you can visit our Pinterest boards in order to get more inspirations for your dining room lighting. Get more ideas for your projects and find functional, stylish and sizable lighting and furniture choices. Make sure to download our Interior Design Tips for a Well-Lit Home eBook.

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