The basis of this retro paisley kitchen from 1966 was simple: white appliances and countertops, with teak-fronted cabinet doors.
But then this little room got its hippie groove on, and added a wild large-scale paisley pattern wallpaper over the rest of the room — including the ceiling.
As if that wasn’t enough to make this space scream “retro,” this kitchen was also carpeted.
Finally, reflecting a 1960s and 1970s trend toward combining patterns, the adjacent dining room was dressed in the same colors (but with less abandon).
In that family eating area, the wallpaper was patterned with stripes and circles, and an accordion-fold window shade was printed to match.