05 February 2010

Who's old enough...



To remember this?

11 comments:

  1. Remember it? We live it!

    My parents still have a bathroom that is Harvest Gold tile floor and chest high on the walls, heavy felt wallpaper and ornate light fixtures.

    Some days I don't like it... but it sure does look good with RED accents.

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  2. Ooooooh! Get some photos of it. You're still a contributor around here. Write a guest post!

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  3. Post a photo of that felt(flock)wallpaper.

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  4. The People have spoken Nick. Step to it!

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  5. of course. harvest gold and avocado green were the defining kitchen and bath colors of my youth, and something i will NEVER be nostalgic for.

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  6. Mine too. The only people who are nostalgic for that shite are the ones too young to remember it from its first go round.

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  7. Old enough?! Who's old? I like to think it's one of the many phases I went through that can be described thusly: 1. Oh something new; 2. Oh looks good on; 3. Oh ho hum; 4. Oh I'm bored --Next? 5. Oh that ol' thing; 6. Oh my --ugh it's back again? Please say it i'nt so!

    I find that I'm rarely nostalgic for trends that were popular during my lifetime --with a few exceptions-- and this is not one of them.

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  8. I'm with you Pam. All the way.

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  9. The only positive thing I can say about the 70s is that I was at least too young to actually be responsible for choosing my own clothes during that time, so I can't be to blame for all that horrible polyester.

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  10. Paul....no nostalgia here BUT what do you think they will be saying about STAINLESS? Smiles
    -Brenda-

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  11. You know Nim, so many of us of a certain age were so scarred by that wretched double knit, that polyester had to be rebranded as microfiber to make a come back.

    Brenda: I don't think so. One of these days I write a post about that very thing. I think stainless steel's with us for keeps.

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