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This month for in­te­ri­ors, we’re lov­ing all things 1970s sub­ur­bia

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01 This A3 Nas­tur­tium print man­ages to nail so many of the best el­e­ments of this trend in one hit – warm colours, bold shapes and lus­cious plant life. The real ques­tion is where to hang it? www. wa­ter­

02 Can you do 70s with­out a shag rug? Yep. A tufted blan­ket in an earthy tone will fill that tex­ture quota. Sage x Clare’s Pe­catu de­sign fits the bill, plus it has tas­sels and rain­bow pom poms. www.sage­and­

03 Use colour­ful glass­ware to nod to the decade with­out go­ing full Boo­gie Nights. Be on the look­out for curvy shapes and if you can’t source vin­tage, Bloom­ingville is al­ways a good shout. www.bloom­

04 We’re cur­rently fan­girling over Ruben Teak 100 from Tikamoon. Some­how this hand­some guy looks both mid-cen­tury and mod­ern Scandi – what more could you want from a side­board?

05 Never be­fore has a vel­vet cush­ion made us want to im­me­di­ately don roller skates and glide off into the sun­set, but that day has fi­nally come. Christina Lund­steen, you’re a Dan­ish de­sign dream. www.west­

06 What’s one more mug be­tween friends? Orla Kiely’s Per­sim­mon enamel cup is a love let­ter to retro de­sign that’s def­i­nitely worth re­ar­rang­ing the kitchen cup­board for. Pre­pare to quaff cof­fee in style.

07 This rab­bit night­light has be­come some­thing of a mod­ern clas­sic, and we’re not en­tirely con­vinced he hasn’t hopped straight from a ma­gi­cian’s top hat. He’s des­tined for a nurs­ery or child’s bed­room. www.rexlon­

Fully em­brace the cur­rent 70s re­vival with all the colours and prints. Adopt­ing a gallery wall at­ti­tude to your whole liv­ing space means ev­ery sur­face has the free­domto play host to your favourite things. www. laurasprin­

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