1960 General Electric Kitchen   Ad featuring GE's Mark 27 range

That pink stove! 1960 General Electric Kitchen by American Vintage Home

1950s kitchenette

Vintage Kitchen Larder Cupboard Cabinet Kitchenette, Solid wood Manufactured in Romford by Blue Gate Products." -Rj This would be great as a kitchen coffee bar!

It's fascinating to watch trends cycle in and out — and also fascinating to spot, while looking through images of interiors from the past, something that looks very, very familiar. A lot of the trends that we think of as 'new' aren't really new at all — they're old trends that are enjoying new popularity, as evidenced by these images from the history of design.

Everything Old is New Again: 5 'New' Trends that Aren't Really New at All

A purple kitchen! I can't decide if it's for Random funnies or pretty things.) not every day one encounters a lavender hued vintage kitchen like this sleek, inviting beauty.

The LexMod Engage Collection | Factory Direct Pricing at LexMod.com

The LexMod Engage Collection | Factory Direct Pricing at LexMod.com

Kitchen Colors of the 50's, 60's and 70's

Fab Kitchens of the

Source: New Beauty for Basements and Basementless Houses with Armstrong Floors by Armstrong Cork Co, 1956. Image from the Mid Century Home Style collection.

Bedroom Design Source: New Beauty for Basements and Basementless Houses with Armstrong Floors by Armstrong Cork Co, Image from the Mid Century Home Style collection.

Like the colors and the painted ceiling. The corner cabinet for pots and pans. Cute grocery cart too, but I would need a much bigger one!

Could This '50s Ranch Be Fab Again

1956 Armstrong Kitchen This kitchen, described as a wraparound kitchen, was an ad for Armstrong Corlon plastic flooring. The dining room is posted also. Published in American Home

A Geneva pink and blue kitchen in American Home magazine, 1955.

American Home Magazine, 1955 (Geneva Kitchen in Potters Blue & Blossom Pink) LOVE those curved end cabinets and the two-tone cabinets!

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Hoosier kitchen cabinet Doesn't that clock above the cabinet look familiar?

It may be way over the top for me, but I must admit they did a really good job of what they were trying to do. :)

It's just a little busy, this bedroom from the Armstrong vintage flooring ad files.

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