The 50s, 60s and 70s are considered the golden years when speaking of retro designs. Natural and dark materials, such as teak, were at the base of many designs, but even materials such as glass fiber, steel and plastic quickly gained popularity. These were paired with striking patterns, shades of pastels, soft blues and green and natural shades including rusts and browns.
Explore our top retro-style Scandinavian designs! Here you will find interior accessories, porcelain inspired by the 30s to the 70s, as well as re-interpretations of old classics such as the Bumling Lamp by Ateljé Lyktan, first designed in the 1960s.
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