I found this ’60s-era magazine clipping on Flickr last weekend –shared by James Vaughan — and I’ve looked at it like, every day since. There are so many vintage design groups on Flickr. What modern inspiration can we take from these vintage rooms? < Previous Post Broken Phantoms: understanding visually identifiable and invisible disabilities Next Post > How can I make it easier to be away from my child for a few days? About the Author: Cat Rocketship I was the Managing Editor of Offbeat Home for a year and a half. I have a rich Internet life and also a pretty good real life. Hobbies include D&D, Twitter, and working on making our household more self-reliant. I also draw things.
Comments on For the Muppet-lovers in the house: a ’60s Kermit-green bedroom
I love the bedspread, and the hanging pendant next to the bed. That green tufted chair is to die for.
The retro monochrome look can be a bit overboard sometimes, but I just love the saturated color! Fearless!
Swoon is right!
SO MUCH GREEN. I’m tempering my love of green with a lot of brown in the decoration for my new apartment, but if I could find enough green stuff and if my boyfriend wouldn’t hate it I would totally do this.
Oh, I am exploding with love for this room. LOVELOVELOVE. I like to imagine doing this to our room, but then when I think of my husband walking in and collapsing on the floor with a broken neutral-tone heart… I stop myself.
Love the chair. I think what suggests Kermit so hard is the little flags along the ceiling. I don’t think they look bad, but they definitely look like Kermit’s neck.
You’re definitely right on this. I had to go back and look, but it definitely feels more Kermity after I see that detail.
LOVE the instrument sculptures on the wall against the lime. SO FUN! I don’t know if I could handle this in real life, but it’s great as inspiration!
oh my goodness…..
i would MAKE MY BED just for this room. LOL hahahahahahahhahah
I love it so much. The pattern, the crispness of the bed, the baby crib…
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