January 28, 2008

House & Garden's Interior Decoration

seventh edition; 1970

Why wasn't I asking for chairs for my birthday when I was eight? I'd be set now.



This flooring was in most suburban kitchens I visited in the 70s.
I don't miss seeing it. A strange choice for this trailblazing kitchen.
Storage kingdom: A trailblazing kitchen is
built around a series of lockers - quite
unlike conventional cabinets - that flank an
island work center. Each locker has its own
combination of U-shaped and straight
shelves and rods, arranged so every inch
of space is used without stacking. Everything
is in front - no reaching for things you can't see.

5 comments:

carolynswafford said...

Oh, my - I do love the yellow and pink kitchen! Check out that 70's double oven!!! WOW, what man would live with pink & yellow kitchen? A TRAILBLAING ONE. Hee hee.

carolynswafford said...

Ack, I meant "trailblazing". That typo totally stole my thunder.

fun_is_always_in_style said...

aw, I knew what you meant. I love the 'trailblazing' & storage 'kingdom'!

Sadie Lou said...

I'm thinking that kitchen looks like the kind in a cooking show studio--where everything is out where you can see it and nothing is "put away".
So impractical.
I love the pinks in some of the photos.
Of course.
~Sadie

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