That is, retro furniture was popular in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. Recently, the industry has added the 80s to the list. In the late 1950s and 1960s, interiors became bolder and more colorful, and plastic was the material of choice for modern-style furniture. Old lamps mainly pay for themselves with doodles, which can be used especially in the style of a country house or even in the Skandi style.
There are some original pieces on the market, but there are also many new pieces of furniture in production that mimic the furniture style of the 60s and 70s. Many of today's best-known furniture manufacturers, such as Knoll International, Fritz Hansen and Vitra, emerged during that time and are still licensed to produce furniture that dates back to that time. Authentic vintage furniture that dates back to that time is very fashionable and, at the same time, continues to inspire contemporary furniture designers in their creations. Retro furniture isn't as trendy as vintage furniture right now, as it currently focuses on neutral colors and the use of wood in interior design.