The Young Decorator Allen 1975 Ready to decorate your groovy pad? Solid! Here is a book for all your groovy decorating needs. Most of this decor could be characterized as “Brady Bunch” meets the “Jetsons” meets country chic. This is a textbook
Designing Your Own Room
I can appreciate having a teen book focusing on decorating and design. Art, craft and design books are usually a hit at most public libraries. This one is NOT that book. I am not even sure it was that book in 1977. As a teenager in the 1970s, I did have a passing interest in a canopy bed, but having 3 sisters puts a damper on a family budget and bedroom space. So, no to canopy beds.
Decorating books are really quite interesting and give everyone a peek into what was considered “fashionable” back in the day. As a teen in the 1970s, I am here to tell you no one I knew had rooms like this.
Cristina Ferrare Style How Have It In Every Part of Your Life DeLorean and Cohen 1984 If you were alive and paying attention in the 1980s, you might recognize Cristina as the 3rd wife of John DeLorean, designer of the Back
Children’s Rooms : how to decorate them to grow with your child Levine 1975 Submitter: I have attached copious images to truly understand how scary the designs of these rooms are. Creepy dolls galore. Holly: Wow, those are some extremely
Fabric Decorating for the Home Roda 1976 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
Easy Steps to Successful Decorating
Yes this is THE Barbara Taylor Bradford. Before she hit it big with A Woman of Substance and the subsequent Emma Harte books, she was a home decorating/style expert. So do we weed or keep? After all, it is Barbara Taylor Bradford.
Before you give your answer, take a look at some of these decorating ideas and tell me that we need to hang on to this in a modern public library. An archive should keep this for posterity, for the rest of us it is a weeder. On a personal note, the cage style bedroom evokes a certain charm.
The Party Planner Hogan 1967 Would anyone relate to any of the games or themes today? Probably not. Like fashion, parties and entertaining also age. Some of the sample party themes: Come as your mother (Eww), Clowns (no thanks), Rabbits
The Good Housekeeping Complete Guide to Traditional American Decorating Good Housekeeping 1979 Submitter: This book came in on a hold. Published in 1979, our records show that it’s been out 14 times since 2002 and it’s one of two copies in