Fabric Decorating for the Home
I’m going to go out on a limb and guess that interior design books from the mid-1970s aren’t as popular in libraries as they once were. The cover of this book is old-school library binding with no picture; super eye-catching for a crafty book.
Barbara Taylor Bradford probably loves this book, but I personally gagged a bit as I was browsing through.
(Below) We have the oh-so-pink-and-ruffly little girl’s room (back when gender identity was defined by pink and blue):
(Below) Is the bird part of the decor? I don’t think I’d position a bird’s perch just above my drinks, if you get my drift…
(Below) My grandparents had a variation on this bathroom in the early 1980s. Including the carpet, which seems like a horrible choice for a room dedicated to the use of water. Dig the lights around the mirror!
(Below): Those tiles belong in a casino. And dumbbells and jump rope do not belong on the bathroom floor, Mr. Bathroom.
(Below) This is not feng shui at all. Not. At. All. The trash can does not belong in the middle of the room, feng shui or not.