70s Motel Interior Style via Wallpaper

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A little while ago, Wallpaper went for a different proposal for their interiors spreads, taking into account the trending 70s vibe and set-up several rooms to realise the Wallpaper* motel.

Inspired by a middle American concept, the team shopped around going for pieces that would convincingly convey the mood of a stylish mid-century motel.

The color palette reminds me very much of the Dimore Studio considering a palette of wooden shades, deep and rich colors such as deep red, moody blues and greens and a few splashes of gold.

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Interiors: Matthew Morris. Photography: John Short.

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