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28 September 2010



I thought, ugh! What could be worse than decorating with dead bear hide and a bunch of rifles? Then I saw the 1974 room and suddently the fifties death motif didn't seem so bad!


I hope the first picture isn't where the children did their homework. Yikes!

Clarice Fullington

I like the home decor from 1961. The hint of orange color is amazing.

We need a room like that. My husband is an artist. We both work in a room with two desks. The problem is that it's too crowded for both of us that working isn't fun. We decided to turn the basement as his own studio. I prepared a design for his home office and got inspired of the amazing design of Charlotte office spaces and meeting rooms. Charlotte, NC is home of talented interior designers who knows the how to balance style and functionality. Thanks for the inspiration.

Hardy Coufal

I love the design from the 70's! My favorite color is green, and this decor, if placed in my living room, will likely give me a very delightful feeling. I probably won't go out of the house anymore! I'm grateful that I found this blog of yours. Now, I have added another theme in my list that I can use for my next home renovation.

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