Wednesday, January 7, 2009

House of the Future, Past

A delightful two-bedroom home planned for comfort. The home's triangle of convenience is the key feature here.

The living room offers a fine area for entertaining, while the modern parallel kitchen serves the bright breakfast nook on one side and the dining room and adjacent patio on the other. (PC circa 1960's)

Fine Custer living room furniture by Dallas, Inc. - High Point, North Carolina. (PC circa 1961)

Only genuine bonded FORMICA has the newest and largest selection of clear, clean, unclouding color patterns with super smooth, blemish free cabinet maker's finish from thirty nine years continuos production experience. (PC circa 1957)

"MARKWA TILE" the genuine marble wall and floor tile can be used in bathrooms, kitchens, foyers, living rooms and as decorative panels to enhance the beauty of modern homes. This material is on display at the Marble Exhibit, Proctor, Vermont. (PC circa 1960's)

A mirror every woman wants "Swing-n-Vue". Full back and side views. Frees hands for hair styling. Folds flat against the wall when not in use. (PC circa 1960's)


Major Pepperidge said...

I dig that kitchen!! Not crazy about the wood paneling in the bathroom. Still, I'd love to have a house like that!

Keith said...

Wow! I love those pictures. I'm a big fan of pictures like this. This is the type of home I would love to have. Cheers!

Vanda said...

Oh that wood paneling. I've seen it in older homes. So unattractive.