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Find a Retro Aesthetic This Spring with These Funky Home Goods

The ’60s mod aesthetic gets a Dallas-ized makeover.
| |Bathroom: Molly Culver; all others: Elizabeth Lavin
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Molly Culver

There’s nothing I love more than a retro aesthetic; I almost exclusively watch movies that were made before I was born. This spring season, I am especially inspired by the ’60s mod style with its vibrant hues and unique shapes for both my personal attire and home design projects—like this sunny Highland Park bathroom by Austin-based Shannon Eddings Interiors. This space brings all the bright, whimsical details we crave in spring—from the daffodil–hued cabinetry and the fun tile pattern to the sweet Roman shade and the unexpected pops of red. 

Check out our picks for local, funky home goods to recreate your own ’60s mod style.

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Atra “Margot” Lounge Chair, Garde, $19,720

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Misette “Primary Squiggle” Painted Candlesticks, Madison, $60 for set of two

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Alessi Corkscrew, Nicholson-Hardie, $135

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“Plumeria” Pillow, Coco & Dash, $375

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Vitra “Vases Decoupage”, Scott + Cooner, $495

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“Admire” by Kate Barrengos, Blue print, $2,200

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“Tawla” Dinnerware, Noel Pittman, from $84

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Vintage Chair, David Sutherland, to the trade

 “This ‘Arigato’ fabric is from Perennials’ new Wabi Sabi line—a collection inspired by the Japanese philosophy that celebrates beauty in imperfection.”

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Matouk Cocktail Napkins, Coco & Dash, $85 for set of six

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Zafferano “Poldina” Pro Mini Lamp, Nicholson-Hardie, $159

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Bloom Teapot, Shop Swoon, $118

 “If you’re going for a retro look, squiggles are a must-have. I love this darling teapot.”

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