Women’s Day 50’s interior

Welcome to Mid-Century Photo Friday – if you’ve never found it before, this is a great time to join!

My post is a follow up to last week’s post about a $7600 3 bedroom house featured in this 1958 issue of Women’s Day – and here (drum-roll please) is the interior:
I adore the chairs and the colors are great – your favorite part?

Now here’s the fun! I’ve searched forever to find a way we can all share our Mid-Century photos, please click on the links below and add your Mid-Century Photo Friday so we can all share the Mid-Century awesomeness!

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