Furniture designer and creator Nathan Chandler found and purchased a home that had been locked up and sealed since 1956. It managed to keep its mid-century American interior in perfect condition. You could be forgiven for thinking would were peering onto the set of Mad Men.
Nobody is sure on why the original owners closed and sealed it for so long, but we’re glad they did, because the interior kitchen décor elements are something else. Well, if pink is your colour that is.
From the pastel pink counters to the original owner manuals still attached to the unused GE appliances, every detail is like walking into a time capsule.
What do you think? Do you like the bubbly pink, or is it too over the top?
The first thing that you notice is the kitchen and its pink. Pink everywhere!
Those are some old school buttons for the electric stovetop
It looks as though it was in the showroom only yesterday
Pink ovens, they don’t seem to have taken off over the years?
Complete with the original user manual.
Just in case you’ve been wondering what dish-detergent looked like in the 50’s.
H/T: Bored Panda
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