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Anonyme (1940) This room fan reflects the transition from Art Deco to a new style that would eventually be cited as Mid Century Design. As the world went to war styles changed due to the changes in living. Mid Century really took off in the optimism and sense of renewal that the post war era brought.
Anonyme (1940). Vintage atomic electric fan.
Retro Fan. Anonyme (1940) When simple object were still beautiful.
duck egg blue and gold fan
Anonyme (1940). Mid Century Modern represents the modernist styles of the years 1933-1965.
LOVE this vintage fan. Of course my dream design studio is by the sea, so there's a breeze. But for a muggy day? Anonyme (1940)
Nifty fan, possibly French design, 1940's.
Washbasin Body by Mastella Design
1940's vintage pyrex.... i still have my mama's... all but the small blue one. i don't even remember having it around when i was little.
Industrial floor standing fan by Alfies Antique Market London. Functional does not have to be ugly...
Today Im loving : The J Table - French By Design
flower glasses..reminds me of grandma's house
When I was a kid, feed, flour and sugar came in sacks made of fabric, which mother reused to make my dresses. It was a big deal to pick out the sack you wanted for a dress when daddy bought feed.
FDA & BA Furniture design and make at OCVC - Oxford & Cherwell Valley College, via Flickr
Art Deco fan, streamline design, bakelite, vintage
gregmelander: FAN I love fans…and this is a very nicely designed one by Marco Gallegos. I could see this in my creative space.
Clean collection of skeletons and skulls
Aqua vintage metal fan - The Jane Studio on Etsy Love fans and an open windows. Only AC when it is mega hot.