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Retro Links

Posted by vampiressrn (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 9, 10 at 20:50

I am a Baby-Boomer, so love Retro and Mid-Century. I did a search but didn't find anything related to this topic. I am always looking for fabrics and other items. Thought I would share a couple of links and see if anyone else has fun links they can share.

I would love to have a PredictaTV

I have purchased fabric from FullSwingFabrics


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The Predicta TV's are awesome! I'd love to have one!

Here's a link to one of my favorite blogs.
http://retrorenovation.com/

And another fabric source.
http://www.tonicliving.com/index.asp

Lisa

Here is a link that might be useful: retro renovation blog


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Great links...thanks Lisa...I am digging that fabric one, haven't seen it before. :-)


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have you seen antiquehome.com? They have ads and renderings for exteriors and interiors of homes.

http://www.antiquehome.org/Inside-your-house/

http://www.antiquehome.org/House-Plans/

I think antique home is tied to daily bungalow on flickr. If you go to this link, look on the right side of the page. There will be a few links to post war pictures.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/daily-bungalow/


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This doesn't have to do with retro links, but about 5yrs ago I got one of those breakfast tables with the plastic like pearlized top with chrome legs and four chairs to match, circa 1950. They were red and in pristine condition. I also had a necktie that was made from spin art fabric. Some people asked me for them and I gave them away. I wish I hadn't. Oh well. I remember that style of TV on your retro site well. Some of the first to come out. Everyone believed that was the end of the movie theaters.


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someone2010...I have a reproduction chrome dinette set...love it. Reminds me of the one my family used to eat at back in the 50's.

Here is a link that might be useful: Retro Dining


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