You don't need a time machine to to experience the heyday of 1970s Hollywood — just look to the Rosy Oyster, the pop-up wine and oyster bar at the famed Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles. Bright yellow and gold intertwine with pink and blue against a moody backdrop, creating a scene that's not only stylish, it's simply cinematic. The dramatic results were intentional: the design team leaned into the locale's historic status as a celebrity mainstay for inspiration, and set out to create a space worthy of the storied clientele. Striking palm tree wallpaper acts as the defining feature of the space, which plays off the gold frames of a large gallery wall and classic bistro chairs with equal pops of personality. Those seats surround intimate tables topped with bold graffiti-like prints, and offset the more communal meeting area of a mod butter-leather couch. Brass fixtures, numerous potted palms, and rows of glassware complete the look, making for a dining room that feels blissfully indulgent. Whether you're center stage or part of the audience, take note: graphic prints and confident shades look especially stunning when used with abandon.