Geek Chic at Home

September 28, 2015

We round up new items with familiar ’70s flair.

Rewind your mind to the late ’70s, when androgynous fashion emerged on the scene and women started sporting pants and ties in the most smart, statement-making way. This fall, both on the runway and in home decor, ’70s fashion is meeting menswear in a style that’s equal parts nostalgic and new. These nine items allow you to bring the timeless look home with you.

For vintage style in the shower, reach for this zig zag shower curtain by Chicago-based designer Noël Ashby.

An ode to film sets of the past, this winning leather director’s chair looks and feels the part.

Nothing makes a ’70s statement quite like a shag rug. Our off-white Wesley rug takes a Moroccan approach with textural bands of wavy lines and geometric shapes.

Wrapped in gender-neutral grey tweed, this ultra-soft movie sofa invites long, lazy nights of binge-watching the classics.

Wall hangings are back in a big way and it’s easy to see why. This neutral woven wall decor, hand-loomed in India, adds instant texture and warmth to any space.

Designed by Ceci Thompson and made of ash wood, this bevel wall clock counts the hours with a midcentury-meets-modern look.

This nostalgic no regrets keychain will remind you that when one door closes, another one opens.

In a retro palette of retro orange, red and cream, this sunny acres pillow feels as warm and fuzzy as it looks.

This weekly times desk notepad helps keep track of life the old-school way: by writing things down.

Looking for more trends? Check out our collection of the latest home decor styles.

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