1970s’ furniture

Love it or hate it, the 1970s was a colorful time in interior design. For every drab earth-toned room there was an equally colorful one. Today there is a lot of talk of “pops of color.” In the 70s it was more like “explosions of color”. Says Conroy, “these houses were funky and friendly.” The architects “had exuberant spirits; they reveled in form, function, and funkiness.” The toilet seat covers were brightly colored, as were the toilets themselves. Lamps, bedspreads, walls, and furniture: Nothing was spared the Technicolor rainbow.51ba1b73dbd0cb040d0001cb._w.540_s.fit_ 51ba1b5ddbd0cb03df000286._w.540_s.fit_ 51ba1b66dbd0cb034e00024a._w.540_s.fit_51ba1b78d9127e0cad0001ae._w.540_s.fit_



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