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We’ve seen bits and pieces from the 1970s make a resurgence in home design, such as marbleized peel-and-stick wallpaper and space age–inspired lighting, but H&M Home is out to fully revive the disco era. The brand recently dropped a collaboration with Rabanne, the fashion house founded by Spanish designer Paco Rabanne, whose futuristic looks and use of unconventional materials like chain link and plastic set a precedent for fashion in the late 1960s and ’70s. 

The H&M Home collection, designed in partnership with Rabanne’s creative director, Julien Dossena, features groovy pieces directly inspired by the company’s partywear archives. The nostalgic finds we’re eyeing? A sequin-embellished lamp and a matching sequined curtain that, when used in multiples, would make for a chic room divider. “I wanted to embellish the lifestyle element of the ready-to-wear collection to incorporate home decor items that complemented the luxurious mood of enjoyment,” says Dossena. 

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Unlike many of H&M Home’s offerings, the sequin-disc curtain doesn’t come cheap. The 28-by-79-inch piece, which is made up of interlinked discs of different sizes and metallic tones and metal rings for easy hanging, retails for $321. The brand notes you can display it multiple ways: Nail it to a wall like art, throw it on a rod against a window, or mount it over a door opening. However, we have another suggestion—buy two or three, link them together, and create a faux wall. The shimmery separator is a chic solution for designating a bar in a spacious living room or dividing a large walk-in closet. 

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Sequin-Disc Curtain, H&M Home ($321)