Discover Retro Ranch at Green Front

The Look

A minimalist’s dream, “Retro Ranch” creates a rugged, almost gritty, ambience broken up with key warm details and lighter accent pieces. While this style celebrates exposed beams and other structural details, keep things from becoming overpowering with softer, decorative displays, such as stacks of books, vintage artwork or hand thrown ceramics. With a distinctly masculine air, “Retro Ranch” combines 60’s inspired design elements with classic ranch house composition.

White Brazilian Cowhide

Head to Building 1 to see more like this gorgeous hide. Soft yet durable, this piece can work as pictured, as a rug, or as throw and is also available in black.

Nuevo Lighting

The Atom 10 pendant light fixture from Nuevo brings the full impact of the 60s influenced style to an unforgettable focal point. With an unmistakable chic yet futuristic vibe, this breathtaking fixture brings together each element of the Retro Ranch look and finishes the room perfectly.

Keno Bros Bar

These clean lines and minimalistic styling can be seen on the first floor of Building 10. This bar from the innovative minds at Keno Bros blends function with stylish, modern design.

Precedent Sofa

This sleek beauty can be found in Building 6. Its clean lines and chic gray upholstery add just the right level of sophistication to the otherwise low key rugged feel of a ranch-style room.

Nuevo “Artemis” Chair

Available in Building 6, this stunning chair from Nuevo combines the drama of a striking retro piece with the gorgeous elegance of warm wood.

Design Notes

Contrast, Contrast, Contrast: Dark woods and muted accents are contrasted by sleek, neutral hues, creating a grown-up, sexy vibe.
Don’t Go Too Dark: Well placed lighting, as well as natural light, are key to keeping things from becoming too dark.
Variety Is Key: Accent both visual and tactile variety. This will help keep the look informal without being whimsical.

Building 1 is not only the home of stunning sheep and cowhides from both Brazil and Argentina, it is also where you’ll find reclaimed teak and live edge furniture, as well as high-end statement rugs and decorative imported pieces from India.

A must-see for any Green Front visitor, Building 6 takes things in a more modern, contemporary direction, mixed in with more traditional styles. Here you’ll find lots of contemporary and mid-century modern pieces from industry leaders such
as Nuevo and District 8. It’s also a great stop if you’re looking for industrial style accents or anchor pieces.

From the winding pathways of the basement to the craftsman heights of the third floor, Building 10 is an exciting and varied stop on your journey. You’ll find
more mid-century pieces, like the Keno Bros piece featured here, as well as glean inspiration from our GF District display on the first floor.

At Building 15 you’ll find the finishing touches and more more. From accent lighting to decorative pieces, this is the place to find any accessory you need.

Our Take:

Weathered wood, sleek, clean lines and warm accents combine to create the “Retro Ranch” aesthetic, the first in the Green Front itinerary series. Reclaimed plaster walls and nearly floor to ceiling windows provide natural light that brighten the dark wood of the floor. A sheepskin throw brings the rugged texture of life on the open range. The modern silhouettes of two occasional chairs and the shelving are highlighted against a rough and ready back drop, for a functional yet sophisticated feel.

Looking for our current inventory? While we do not currently have our inventory online, you can explore our website to see the manufactures, styles and types of furniture and rugs we carry. Be sure to plan a visit. Each of our three locations offer a massive selection of constantly changing inventory.