We know we’re not supposed to be a time capsule, but we can’t help flying back in time with mid-century design houses and their stunning vintage decor. Once again, we invite you to travel with us, this time into an untouched 1950s house that contains a soft, feminine pink kitchen.
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In a quite strange and unexpected discovery, furniture designer and creator Nathan Chandler found and bought a home that had remained sealed since 1956, keeping its mid-century American interior perfectly intact.
We fell in love with the retro design of the kitchen, which obviously has a special detail: pink, pink, pink everywhere. (Inspired by the favorite color of First Lady Mamie Eisenhower, pink was an exceptionally popular color for kitchens and bathrooms in the 1950s)!
These are the buttons to an electric stovetop – note the old-school cover!
… Even the oven is pink!
The appliances all still come with their 1950s manuals (damn, we want one!)
The fridge is a bit small, but at least it’s… pink
And finally, how detergent looked like in the 50s. How cool?!
All pictures © Nathan Chandler
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