The 1970s were a time where home interior design innovation was embraced, nourished and encouraged. It was also a time when rustic wood embellishments in the home began to become reflective of the epitome of style and grace. This contemporary California home was designed by Richard Neutra of Shaun Lockyer Architects with the 70s era in mind. Although the included designs are more of an interpretation of the 70s rather than an actual, literal representation, the original mood and mystique of this decade is still clearly apparent. The exterior, bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchen and living room all feature rustic wood accents, in one shape or another. One bedroom has two adjacent walls partially covered in wood paneling, while the kitchen houses more interesting details, such as a wooden accent just above a small window.