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Green and Orange and Yellow, Oh My! Mid-Century Furniture: Early 1960s

When “kids these days” think of the ’60s, thoughts immediately turn to peace, love, and tie-dyed t-shirts. But if your mom was cutting your hair in a Beatle-esque bowl cut; your grandparents’ green, orange, and yellow floral couch was covered … Continue reading

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Save the Nauga From Extinction!

Nauga (nô’ge) noun: “adorable little icon of the ’60s” from the original maker of Naugahyde. Naugahyde (nô’ge-hīd) noun: artificial leather made with vinyl-covered, cruelty-free fabric  (naugas naturally shed their “hydes” without harming themselves). Most popularly found on mid-century stools at the soda counter … Continue reading

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