Vintage

Tour Through A House Not Touched Since 1954

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I've often found myself thinking "the style from decades ago is way better than it is today." Everyone seems afraid to use colors and really express themselves! It's all minimalist patterns, pastel colors, and absolutely no personality!

That's why this house, which has remained unchanged since 1954, is so amazing! The decor is bright, fun, and something I would love to have in my home.

The house was listed over a year ago for $665,000, and I'm sure there are some happy new owners by now. Hopefully they've kept everything the same!

I already feel like I'm rolling up to the past!

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Do you think this car comes with it? I hope so!

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I love anything teal, so I'm in love already.

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Alright, so maybe the TV and fireplace are a little updated, but that orange couch screams "50s!"

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Where can I get that wall hanging? I need it!

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The wood paneling on the ceiling totally reminds me of our basement in my childhood home. It was something every house had!

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I think the kitchen is the only place I would want some renovations done, although I do love the oven in the wall! So classic.

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And what 50s setting is complete without a counter top eating area?

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I never thought I'd see one of these chairs again! Furniture was made so much better back in the day. It was built to last.

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An office like this would never been seen in the corporate world today! Those stools are so retro and I love them.

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A wall of mirrors is a little daunting first thing in the morning, but that bed looks cozy.

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Is it crazy that I would decorate my bathroom like this today? I think it's so fun and colorful!

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Of course, backyards were so important in the 50s. There weren't phones and TV to entertain us all day long. It was up to kids to make their own fun! So many hours were spent in the yard just using imagination.

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It looks like a great spot to sit and relax while entertaining guests, too!

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Who wants to go for a dip?

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Do you think this decor is outdated? Or totally chic?

[H/T: Newsner]