Retro-obsessed mum transforms her Stretford home into a spectacular tribute to the 1970s – have a nosey inside – Manchester Evening News
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Stretford five years earlier, the mum-of-one chosen to take her fascination to the next level.
She has painted your home with colors of orange and greens and says she hasn’t bought anything modern-day, apart from a bed mattress and a hoover.
Estelle’s house is kitted out with floral wallpaper and timeless 1970s pieces, Austin Powers-style Keracolour TELEVISION, KEF speakers and orange-tinted lights.(Image: Alex Cousins/ SWNS) Estelle stated:” When we moved in five years ago I wanted to add some detail to bare walls and began with our kitchen area. It then went from there.
“I desired to do more and when I saw a mirror at the car boot I went onto developing the corridor with extremely graphics.
“Sometimes I have something really particular in mind, such as the Ladderax which I hounded in Southampton for our vinyl collection.
“Mostly I stumble upon things when I’m not even searching for them, like my table and chairs and my space-age bed.
Estelle has actually painted your home with shades of orange and greens and hasn’t purchased anything modern other than a hoover and bed mattress (Image: Alex Cousins/ SWNS)Everything else in her home- from the disco balls in the toilet, to the initial publications near her space-inspired TELEVISION set- are all from the 70s.
years, Biba. Read More Related Articles She estimates the revamp cost simply ₤ 1,500, since all of it is second hand. Estelle, who copes with her partner Stephen De Sarasola, 41, a sound engineer, and their four-year-old kid, said:”It’s