Oct 27, 2015
10 ways to add retro tech style to your home
1 Gramophone mini for iPhoneSource: Restoration Hardware Credits: Style at Home
Sure you can get speakers for your iPhone, but why not add an old school edge to your living room with a cool gramophone? Just set your iPhone in the solid oak dock and the metal horn will boost its volume, no electricity needed. Gramophone Mini for iPhone, Restoration Hardware, $199.
2 AM/FM radioSource: Tivoli Audio Credits: Style at Home
Gone are the days of bulky, unattractive radios. Tivoli has combined the best of a retro radio design with crystal clear sound and wireless Bluetooth capabilities so you can stream music from all of your modern devices. Model Three BT AM/FM Radio with Bluetooth, Tivoli Audio, $450.
3 Smart technology lampSource: Pottery Barn Credits: Style at Home
Desk space seems to come at a minimum these days in city condos and open-concept offices. A multi-functional lamp is just the solution for small office spaces, and this beauty blends a classic architect style with two outlets at its base to charge electronics. Architect's Smart Technology task table lamp, Pottery Barn, $331.