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WHY don't they make linoleum patterns like this anymore? This is so cool. 1941 Nairn Linoleum, Kitchen Ad by American Vintage Home, via Flickr

WHY don't they make linoleum patterns like this anymore? 1941 Nairn Linoleum, Kitchen Ad by American Vintage Home. And I love the circular table and stools.

https://flic.kr/p/5MZqdR | 1946 American Gas Assn - Alcove Kitchen | Red and white gingham kitchen. Found in <i>Ladies Home Journal</i>. Personally, I like the flip down counter by the stool.

1946 American Gas Assn – Alcove Kitchen Red and white gingham kitchen. Found in Ladies Home Journal. Personally, I like the flip down counter by the stool.

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Joan Wilson, Life Magazine, 1950 (Nina Leen) In the kitchen, 1958 via theniftyfifties

"The Kitchen of the Future" - 1940s-1960s - The Dream kitchen used to be big, big enough to swing a water ski in. To have an aquarium in the island. But as we urbanize and move into smaller spaces, the kitchen has to adapt to the time and the space available.

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What an awesome Vintage Tiki Kitchen Ad! Check out the fish tank in the island and the water skiing, pipe smoking husband!

Even though it's a lot of pink, I have to say I like the petal pink sweetness of it all. I particularly covet the little range ... cute, cute, cute.  Dutch door, ivy and geraniums, Ransburg handpainted canisters (advertised in this issue), and the BH&G cookbook. Could a woman really ask for more?  Source: Better Homes & Gardens From the Mid Century Home Style collection.

1951 Petal Pink Kitchen by Royal Barry Wills. Better Homes Gardens. In those days you had to really REALLY had to like pink!

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