Winter Decor Trends

It’s beginning to look and feel a little like winter, especially here in West Michigan where Retro Knox is headquartered where there's snow on the ground and colder temperatures. It may not be like that everywhere across the United States, but no matter what your winter is, we’ve got some fun Mid-Century Modern décor trends to share.

More Color Kitchens

This colorful vintage table and chairs with bar stools ensemble would match-up perfectly with a rainbow of colors in the kitchen this winter season.

This colorful vintage table and chairs with bar stools ensemble would match-up perfectly with a rainbow of colors in the kitchen this winter season.

Bright colors help create a kitchen as the fun room where everyone gathers to enjoy each other’s company. And during the winter, spending time at the kitchen island, bar or table baking cookies, preparing a meal or drinking tea and hot chocolate with marshmallows make memories we’ll take with us no matter where we go.

Florals

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When florals come to mind, they aren’t always necessarily brightly-colored. Although they could be, Retro Knox has this beautiful winter white or cream sectional sofa with a floral design. Match it up with soft floral wall art and this just became the coolest look for winter.

Vintage Lighting

Find a vintage floor candlestick lamp like this one and look how glamourous it may be paired with a vintage chair and ottoman.

Find a vintage floor candlestick lamp like this one and look how glamourous it may be paired with a vintage chair and ottoman.

This ensemble has winter comfort written all over it. The only question you’ll be left with is which book to read while you’re snuggled under a comfy blanket next to the fire.

Retro Knox offers up unique Mid-Century Modern furniture, collectibles and art based in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Delivering one-of-a-kind, affordable furnishings and more during the final month of 2017. Retro Knox offers vintage items and decor with name brands such as Herman Miller, Steelcase, Woodward, Henredon and many more. To schedule an appointment to walk through the 22,000 square feet of antiquing goodness, send us a message or call John Knox at 616.308.6767. Otherwise, visit us at our retail spaces at Archive Antiques on East Fulton in Uptown and Lost and Found – Treasures of Old and New on Century Avenue SW in Grand Rapids.

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