In the seventies, modern versions of linoleum made with vinyl were the must-have floors in kitchens and family rooms — and even bathrooms. The most popular choices in the no-wax flooring department were the faux tile patterns, such as those shown below. (As you can see, they were especially popular in shades of blue as well as warm earth tones, including the popular harvest gold color).


Mannington vinyl floors – Roman Square pattern (1974)


Green vintage Congoleum flooring (1974)


Shinyl Congoleum flooring (1971)


Mannington vinyl flooring (1974)


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Blue vintage floor decor (1976)


Congoleum flooring (1970s)


Mannington vinyl flooring – Casino Royale pattern (1970s)


Mannington flooring (1975)


Mannington vinyl linoleum flooring (1975)


Bright Future vinyl floors (1971)


Floral orange and yellow Congoleum floors (’70s)

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