Spring Into Retro

Spring has sprung into Domayne – and the look is fresh, footloose and fancy free! A contemporary twist on the vintage retro style is the order of the day with an enlivening mix of bold hues, sweet candy pastels and funky furniture designs.

Take five and check out our fab Road to Retro feature, as seen in House & Garden, Real Living, Gourmet Traveller and Belle for more on this fabulous trend. Here’s what our favourite magazine Editors have to say about our retro collection:

“A white palette and clean lines will always have its place. But the retro trend brings an opportunity to splash some colour and organic curves around too. Retro designs are a great way to bring some fun – and a nostalgic touch – into your home. Choose one element as a focal point or splash out with a whole new look for spring.”
Lisa Green, Editor-in-Chief – Australian House & Garden

Recreate the lounge room look pictured above with the ‘Coda’ Fabric Armchair, the ‘Coda Grande’ 3-Seater Fabric Sofa and Ottoman. Oh and don’t forget to dress it up with the gorgeous Orla Kiely Linear Stem Cushions in Orange or Brown.

retrodining“You can enliven a space with some unique and playful pieces. Combine monochrome and pattern, or set a modern dining table against a bright, textured wall as an attention-grabbing background. Both ideas are the easiest way to add the ‘WOW’ factor to any interior.”
Deb Bibby, Editor-in-Chief – Real Living

Recreate the dining room look pictured above with the sleek ‘Citro’ Dining Table with high gloss top and stainless steel frame. Team with ‘Allegra’ Dining Chairs for a simple yet edgy effect.

Sunday_Bed_Frame“As the song says, ‘Everything old is new again’. But the new retro feels fresh, modern and relaxed. Rules are made to be broken and this spring it’s about mixing vintage and contemporary, prints and patterns, colours, shapes and textures. It’s time to be brave, bold – and beautiful!”
Neale Whitaker, Editor-in-Chief – Belle

Recreate this playful bedroom setting with the ‘Sunday’ Black Bed Frame, ‘Optical’ Bedside Table and ‘Marseille’ Dot Quilt Cover Set by Seneca. Sweet dreams!