I stumbled on this clock while searching for another orange clock. It's laser-cut acrylic, from the PaceLaser Etsy shop. Only $42, which is a great deal! Perfect for your mid-century or '70s mod interior!
1950's Style Atomic Sunburst wall clock, etsy.com, $42
I was reading an article recently that claimed terrazzo is on its way out. I beg to differ -- terrazzo is classic. To wit: this Terrazzo Coffee Table by m.a.d. furniture design via Industry West. The design is simple but the colors (minty green, pink, grey) give it some pizzazz. The glass and terrazzo tabletops are interchangeable, so you can put the terrazzo on the bottom shelf if you like, as in this picture:
As you might have noticed, the frame comes in two colors, white or black. There is also a side table version if you prefer.
The Terrazzo Table is $409 at Industry West.
I like to joke that I have the "color sense of a tween girl." My favorite colors and combinations are various shades of pink, red, orange, and coral, and I'm not shy about it. (The interior doors in my house are painted in Sherwin Williams' "Dishy Coral," for a start. My living room rug is bright red. And notice the colors in my logo.) But those colors can be sophisticated, not just youthful. For example, this print from Anthropologie, "Modern Garden 1." It's coral, with color-blocked abstract plants in pink, red, reddish-purple, and a touch of golden yellow. The print is not tiny, at 42"H x 32"W, and if you, like me, aren't shy about color, it might be perfect for you.
Modern Garden 1 Framed Print, Anthropologie, $648 (Affiliate link)
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