Accommodating angles Cutting across from door to window, the “upper level” offers space to sleep and study, and leaves the rest of the room wide
‘A shag carpet toilet lid cover with matching tank cover’ sounds like the answer to a question nobody asked, but our counterparts in the ’70s loved their fuzzy toilet covers, and weren’t ashamed to admit it.
While not exclusively the domain of the fifties, the popularity of vintage pink bathrooms – including pink toilets, sinks and bathtubs and other home decor – reached its peak during the middle of the century.
In the ’70s, modern versions of linoleum made with vinyl were the must-have floors in kitchens, family rooms, and even bathrooms. Take a look back – or look down – here!
These bold and bright ’70s bedding ensembles delightfully epitomize the colorful fashions — both in home decor and clothing — of the groovy years.
The four-poster bed with a canopy, known as a tester bed, is back in a big way. At the 1972 furniture market in Chicago, the canopy bed look was bigger than life.
Not only would these sexist vintage ads not sell well today, but they’d also cause a huge social media backlash. See 50 of the most obnoxious examples here.