Sixtiestyle: home decoration and furnishings from the 1960s
Middlesex University Press, 2004 - Design - 64 pages
The colourful and unique MoDA Style Guides offer a fascinating insight into 20the-Century home decoration and furnishings, and are an excellent resource for the enthusiast. Beautifully illustrated and expertly researched, the guides draw from the extensive MoDA collections and other original sources including retail and trade catalogues, domestic magazines and household manuals.
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