And Here’s to You, Mrs. Robinson!

Hi friends! If you know anything about us, you probably know we’re totally inspired by the eclectic and global WASPs of the 1960s and the fascinating design revolution they created. So, with quintessential ’60s film The Graduate in mind, I came up with this collection of retro décor picks. Here’s to you, Mrs. Robinson!

Inject some chinoise-chic into your patio with this insanely FAB peacock umbrella.
Eloquence of the Peacock Patio Umbrella in Lacquer White, Ivgstores.

It’s 5 o’clock somewhere! Drop a few ice cubes into these snazzy tumblers and swish around a little scotch. Perfection!
Byzantine Tumblers, Pieces Inc.

Toss a few of these peacock feathers in a room, and you’ve got instant glam!
Deco Pillow in Peacock, Company C.

Jonathan Adler channels Mrs. Robinson style! This table, inspired by the ’60s, is really the most perfect side table. The pattern is over-the-top vintage chic!
Nixon End Table, Jonathan Adler

Cachepots are making a big comeback and are perfect for orchids or succulents! This brass oyster shell one just SENDS me!
Brass Oyster Shell Cachepot, Chic Shop by Hillary Thomas.

No reason why your books and objet d’art shouldn’t have a stylish home, too. This bookshelf is as swank as they come!
Acrylic Leaning Book Shelves, Wisteria.

Nothing says old school WASP like bamboo anything. The aged gold ads that splash of chic.
Bamboo Trellis Mirror, Shades of Light.

How much do you want to curl up in this wicker chair with a gin and tonic? (Under your peacock umbrella, of course.)
Montauk Nest Chair, West Elm.

Sofas just don’t come any sexier than this ‘Liam’ velvet sofa. And the nailhead trim makes is a classic forever piece.
Velvet ‘Liam’ sofa, Mitchell Gold & Bob Williams.

Waylande Gregory was a prolific American sculptor, and this bowl captures his iconic style. This accent piece is an instant conversation starter!
Waylande Gregory Double Anchor Bullet Bowl, Elements Chicago.

Be sure to check out even more of my vintage chic collections over on This Next!

2 Responses to “And Here’s to You, Mrs. Robinson!”

  1. The Peak of Chic

    Love, love your picks Hillary! I have glassware very similar to the Byzantine tumblers; I love them so much that I don’t even mind having to handwash them! 🙂


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