GET THE LOOK: ROY LICHTENSTEIN LIVING ROOM
When it comes to interiors, Roy Lichtenstein had the right idea. Creating a Lichtenstein room can be simple, but there’s a thin line between a cartoony look and something a little more tasteful, so be sure to exercise restraint.
We take inspiration from a couple of Lichtenstein’s Interiors series, ‘Modern Room’ and ‘Yellow Vase.’:
To get the look, begin by creating a foundation using interesting white pieces from Ikea.
The Pendant lamp is essential in tying the room together, also available in red.
This table was made to display a single mod ashtray or vase.
Here’s a new offering from CB2, an excellent match for this room.
This rug from West Elm is a gentle reminder of Lichtenstein’s famous benday dots.
Lichtenstein pays homage to Warhol with his clever placement of Mao in ‘Modern Room,’ which happens to complement this room well.
Add a dash of color with this red clock, which looks as if it were produced by Lichtenstein himself. Also available in white.
Lush green plants keep popping up in Lichtenstein’s interiors and complete the look (check Ikea and Home Depot for a great selection at excellent prices). House them in these Lichtenstein friendly planters:
We felt the black and white striped wallpaper would be a bit much, but deserved attention, so we brought in a single stripe with this vase.