Whenever I get asked to describe my interior style, I use expressions like ‘Scandinavian inspired’, ‘ethnic elements’, ‘colour pops’. I think I have never used the word ‘retro’ to describe my own style. Of course the reason is: My personal interior style is not retro at all. But I’ve noticed one phenomenon, especially on Pinterest: I also like interiors that represent a style that I wouldn’t want to live in constantly. Maybe that’s what retro means to me in interiors. Anyways, this intro aims at today’s room that caught my eye: a very retro inspired bedroom.
In fact, I’ve slept in that bed for quite a few nights last year when I went to Vancouver, Canada. It is a very retro inspired airbnb apartment in a historic building in downtown Vancouver. The dominating colour was a petrol hue with blue and earthy hues, giving the entire apartment a sort of quirky 60s vibe. You can see the whole tour of the apartment in my guest post on Roombeez. The bedroom caught my eye in particular as I was fascinated by the spacey wallpaper design and the blue hues. But let me put it in bullet points:
- Retro Style Wallpaper: The wallpaper is an instant eye-catcher. It has the perfect grayish blue colour to suit the rest of the room and the pattern is sort of delirious – pretty fun!
- Soft Bedding: Something I appreciate in North America – the bedding is always super soft and comfy. Here too, a great mix of textiles create a multi-tactile feeling and super soft sleeping base.
- Colour Coding: The interior design is carried out with utmost care. It is reduced but the shapes, colours and materials are well coordinated – the quickest eye-catcher being the blue colour coding in this bedroom.