Our collection draws inspiration from retro styles over the decades.The retro furniture style has its origins in the classic Bauhaus style. It had emerged from the need for high-quality and comfortable furniture at an affordable price. The 1950s is the first decade of what most consider the start of retro furniture. Pieces became much sleeker and slender and plastic, vinyl, plywood, and laminate were all newly developed materials that enabled radical design developments. In the 1960s, bright, psychedelic patterns and bold bursts of colour were mainstream. A change from sleek to bulky furniture took place in the 1970s, with the colour palette being dominated by earthy tones like avocado greens, harvest golds, oranges, and earthy browns. The 1980s were dominated by chintz, pastels and ruffles, neons, mirrored furniture, and also country-western inspired decor.