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The second office furniture ad dates back to 1956 or 1957 as the dominant color combination was sea-foam green and turquoise. It is amazing how time changes one's perspective on what is relaxing and what is bone jarring. It makes you wonder what the future holds for all the houses featuring current color schemes.
William Cary |
01 March 2011 at 08:02 AM
Man, they sure were big on wall-to-wall curtainage.
01 March 2011 at 08:50 AM
Office furniture today has a lot of difference from the 1950's. Well, the 1950's furniture are stylish too, but for me, I can say that furniture today is more comfortable to use. Hey, do you have pictures of vintage meeting rooms? I'm just curious about the design of the meeting rooms before.
Blake Mitchell |
27 March 2011 at 10:21 PM
The blue flooring goes well with the green furniture. It kinda reminds me of the ocean. Don't you agree? Anyway, I like that shade of green. Is that apple green?
Steven Lodrhowe |
28 March 2011 at 05:48 AM
I want to be in your position. Am I ambitious enough? :)
I awe your desk and chairs.
jewelry making |
17 May 2011 at 10:37 PM
what is relaxing and what is bone jarring. It makes you wonder
designer furniture uk |
22 March 2012 at 08:43 AM
Basically office furniture includes sofas chairs, sofas, tables benches and racks. For office furniture the most preferable color of furniture like sofas chairs is black it looks professional. lather is more preferable than fabric.
living room furniture |
08 August 2012 at 08:59 PM
Classic style vintage furniture one of the most adorable choices for every office, but today we recognized latest designs and styles would be more preferred for every office instead of traditional designs.
21 November 2012 at 08:00 AM
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