Give Your Home A Vintage Vibe:

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There’s a growing trend nowadays for people to restore the design, décor and layouts of their home to match the decade it was built in. I live in a condo that was constructed in the early 1990s, so the chance of me getting on board with that is about as likely as a Color Me Badd comeback album. That said, I’d be all over it if I lived in a mid-century home. Not sure if it’s the greatness of Mad Men, my obsession with the 50s housewife, or a secret desire to own a mint blue fridge, but I can’t get enough of 1950s and 1960s aesthetics. Sound like you too? We found a site you’ll like!

If you enjoy your befores and afters with a time-warp twist, check out Site owner Pam Keuber provides “your daily dose of mid-century resources, design inspiration, fun finds, and friends passionate about their vintage homes.” The site features visual goodies from post-war 1940s through to 1970s for every room of the house. The website includes real befores and afters of retro-minded home owners, cool online finds and resources, and vintage ads, photo shoots and catalogues.

Some of my personal faves on RetroRenovation include:

Get inspired. Get information. Get some deals! If you enjoy vintage and retro design, let us know! We’d love to hear about your home projects and finds.

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About Jen

Jen (but never “Jenn”) Byck, aka the Fix'n Vixen, is a Toronto-based freelance writer and communication consultant who is undoubtedly home fixated (she is also TV fixated, really bad TV fixated and donut fixated). Her approach to home improvement has been rather trial and error, the latter of which is evidenced by the amount of spackle she buys on an annual basis.

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3 thoughts on “Give Your Home A Vintage Vibe:”

  1. Great links! Just went to Palm Springs and there are some nice deals on mid-century furniture in the Thrift Shops there. Go vintage – it lasts longer.


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