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Looking for comfy retro room papes, particularly from the late sixties into the seventies. Think of The Brady Bunch aesthetic, conversation pits, wood paneling, floral sofas etc.
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Very comfy thread, OP, well done.
Having grown up in Eastern Germany in the early 90s, there was still a lot of furniture from that era under Soviet rule around. I love it, there's a particular smell to the fabrics or floor material that I associate with lunch breaks at school, or hanging out at my mum's workplace or at my grandparents' after school.
Not nearly as opulent as the stuff you posted, but the prevalence of fabrics and wood reminded me of this.
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>>7681871
Thanks Anon, OP here. I also grew up in the 90s but in the USA. My dad worked in a police precinct with outdated offices and conference rooms that I thought were the coolest places ever, and the schools I attended were like a time capsule from when my hometown began to boom in the early 1970s. I know people have stopped decorating with a lot of these materials in modern times because of how hard they are to maintain, but even aged and musty I think it is still awesome.
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I love these
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>>7682746
A lot of these are 3d renders.
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>>7682768
bullshit
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>>7681650
Amazing thread, Anon! I find these images at once both grotesque and disturbing but also fascinating and intriguing. I want to go back in time 50 years and enter these environments and meet their strange inhabitants.
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>>7682768
>No.7681930
>A lot of these are 3d renders.
Not "a lot", No.7681930 is but most are original.
Noone wants to hear your communist wallhacker opinions anyway, Anon.
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>>7681650
>Late 60's & 1970's Rooms

peak soulless-ness
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Fuck the haters, wood panel walls are peak comfy.
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>>7683277
They open up a room rather than close it in
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>>7682776
brady bunch house bro.
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This is more contemporary, but with a retro vibe.
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My house. Grandparents built it in 1971, designed by an architect friend of theirs. I've been trying to return it (mostly) to the original aesthetics. Got a sick 7 foot arc lamp on the way to replace the one that got thrown out years ago. Original couch for better or worse. For the life f me I can't find a matching 15" seeded glass globe for the pendant lights since one broke.
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>>7685731
before moving in
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I can smell this thread. Almost brought a tear to my eye.
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>>7685732
gnarly. love the geometry of that place.
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>>7685731
kudos to you, m8
very worthy project, but that TV is sucking the life (and style) out of that room.
Dump the TV, and replace the speakers with potted plants, and you've got yourself a period masterpiece.
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>>7681656
Rec room?
looks like a bar, and the lighting looks very contemporary
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>>7686099
the speakers are more or less period as well, being from the 70s. I use them with the drop-down projector screen under the mantle for movies. The TV is on a cart after all.
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>>7685732
>>7685731
thats a very cool house, can you show more rooms, maybe the outside ?
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>>7686474
the main room is the only one that really feels 60s/70s.
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>>7686474
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>>7686570
goddamn that's a beautiful house, i always liked the architecture from that era, even more the interior, you have been blessed with a comfy home
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I've been obsessing about 70s home architecture recently. I've always liked it, and this year I managed to move to a suburb that's full of the stuff. Split levels, clerestory windows, dark brown exterior bricks, wood panelling. It's great.

My house is late 60s, so it's kinda plain jane in comparison. The 1970s was a wild decade.
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>>7687478
drugs are a hell of a thing.
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>>7681930
badly rendered, but I almost believed it's real
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>>7681653
this is kino
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please don't bully my couch, it is 50 years old.
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>>7682776
Either you don't know what the words "grotesque" and "disturbing" really mean, or you're one sick fuck.
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>>7682780
>this whole post
lmao isn't it past your bedtime boomer boy?
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>>7693234
That looks so cozy.
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>>7686572
this house is sweet fren
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Terrific thread, cheers
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>>7681651
That walnut is dope
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>>7681870
i really want a pape of just the tiled wall pattern
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>>7691680
comfy
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>>7682887
Peak retardation
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>>7682776
How are they disturbing?
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>>7681659
This picture smells like cigarettes and TV dinners. Especially the Salisbury steak one.
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>>7682780
Who's "Noone" you illiterate fuck
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>>7685731
>can't find a matching 15" seeded glass globe

Look for a chucked glass globe, might work.
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>>7693234

That does look super cozy, but goddamn time spent with a vacuum cleaner.
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>>7689928
god damn orgy room lol
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>>7686160
you could get a smaller tv and refit it into one of them old console tv cases.
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>>7691680
wouldnt think of it. but why not reupholster it to breath new life into it?
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>>7681651
My grandparents still have a couch extremely similar to that one.
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>>7681900
Dat dewey decimal system



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