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My Dwelling | Circa 1966


I came across the above image in a university photo archive. It's a photograph of one of the kitchens in an apartment like the one I'll be living in this fall. And it was taken in 1966! I'm fairly certain that not much has changed... except possibly the curtains.

Amore.

Comments

Frannie said…
HAHAhahaha...this kills me with laughter (possibly the curtains :D )

For What its worth I'm quite sure you can totally own the space and make it yours. :)
Unknown said…
I'm planning on putting up a comparison photo once I move in this fall. Maybe I can find some curtains just like these ones and go all retro!

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