Eighties design is a fascinating subject of study because of the peculiar arc it’s taken recently: from despised and reviled to avant-garde cool, all within the space of a very short period of time. But with all the love for Memphis and weird ’80s graphics, there’s one particular aspect of this design era I haven’t heard much about the ’80s kitchen. Is it as terrible as we remember? Has the time for a renaissance finally come? Follow CovetED and let’s take a look.
Fashion evolves faster than decor, which is why home decor Pinterest is still filled with people working out their mid-century and industrial obsessions while fashion Pinterest is almost already to the early ’00s in terms of style. Yet the former might be catching up. The ’80s influence is starting to appear in kitchen design in a few distinctive ways. It may not be as over-the-top as this fabulous vintage kitchen, but we’re definitely seeing glimpses of the trend.
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K Letter Graphic Collection
Delightfull’s K is one of the highlights of the Graphic Collection. The stylish letter comes with 44 bulbs that can be controlled with an on-off-on switch, which allows you to turn only a few of them on at a time. Accompanying the red colours is a beautiful font which turns K into one of the most desired lamps of our collection. With a height of 1 meter, this iconic fixture can be placed on the ground or on the wall.
Pop style and geometry hold hands in LOLA, a hand-tufted rug full of personality dynamism, in which the design plays with the conjugation of straight lines and the round shape of the rug. Made with New Zealand wool and Linen, the bold colours from Pop style contrast with the Mid Century brown and grey, in an interesting conjugation of styles.
KELLY BAR CHAIR
Inspired by the sculpted arches from the bar in the classic movie Casablanca, it’s a timeless and unforgettable piece. Besides being stylish, it is made to be comfortable and stand the test of time.
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