When the home got its overhaul in the mid-1960s, the kitchen was redone. The 1950s original Moffat stove is still in working order.
The pink built-in breakfast nook was made with wrought iron, and the vinyl cushions match the roses and two-tier drapes perfectly.
In the bedrooms, there are wonderful pops of color. Here, the homeowner brought her love of purple into play, matching bright, cheerful carpet with a fuschia settee and lots of white and gold trims.
The guest bedroom is warmly inviting with bright pinks and golds. The homeowner said this is her favorite room in the house, because it is decked out in her favorite color.
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The family bathroom’s bright colors are tamed by the use of matte gold to soften them and open up space in the room.
Other features in the home include a wood-paneled rec room, Bavarian mug collection, and sewing room. Would you change a thing in this perfect mid-century home?
If you love the kitchen in this home, you can check out this untouched pink kitchen with old GE appliances in the video below:
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This story originally appeared at Do You Remember by Jake Arnold.
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