The '80s are back, baby! We thought we'd never see the day, and yet, here we are, wearing blue eyeshadow up to our foreheads and prancing around in shiny Spandex. Okay, so maybe it's not that extreme, but when it comes to interiors, we're seeing a re-embracing of certain '80s aesthetics: funky color combos, kitschy plastics, postmodern shapes. So we recently scoured Etsy for some period finds, and we gotta say, we'd definitely find a place for this stuff:
This working clam light is the sassy accessory your living room is missing.
Wow. This rare Fiorucci glass almost prompted teen girl-like squeals.
IKEA: Good today, good then.
Small kitchen? This retro wine storage solution is perfection.
Ingo Maurer was a design star of the era — and he very recently passed away. Etsy has plenty of his modernist lighting designs, but we particularly love this alien ship-looking sconce.
Bust out this Italian ice bucket for guests, and you'll definitely get compliments.
Perfect for keys and knick-knacks on an entryway table.
There's something about this simple lamp that seems to fit in with this millennial-minimal aesthetic that's going on right now.
What was it about vases in the '80s and '90s that always made them look like they were wearing dresses? Into it.
Perfect for your evil '80s corporate villain office makeover?
Girly and a little ugly: A combo we actually kind of love.
UMMM ... MIAMI ICE?! NEED THIS NOW.
I feel like Lydia Deetz's parents in Beetlejuice would be into these.
These would make lovely brush holders on a vanity. Or whiskey glasses.
Such a simple idea (not gonna lie — you could totally DIY this), but also kooky '80s brilliance.
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