The world has fallen in love with the style of decorating that was popular in the early and mid nineteen fifties.
We’ve all got to admit that part of the charm of the 50s style home decorating is most likely that we’re longing for a bit of a simpler time.
Life in the fifties was a great deal like what we see on shows like Leave it To Beaver, where June wore the apron, the floors sparkled with wax and the kitchen was the heart of the home, filled with charm and pleasantries.
While we can’t supply the charm and dated appeal to your home, we can advise you in ways and things to use to help your kitchen and the rest of your home sparkle with that 50s style home decorating flash. The fifties were a time when things were a bit simpler. Gas was the method of choice for cook tops, stoves had these marvelous legs, kitchen floors were quite often multicolored tiles or linoleum and dishes were decent glass ware or china.
Chunky kitchen lamps, bright colors, incredible textures and outrageous styles made up part of the fifties, with a dose of movie star glamour reminiscent of Lucille Ball in “I Love Lucy,” and a little elegance on the side.