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Old 11-27-2016, 09:25 AM
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Nice link. I like earlier in the pictures where they say they recommended people put all of their fancy, new "helpers" on display on the dining table. Look how many years ago open concept and stainless steel goes back---yet people damn it all of the time as some type of more recent plague.

Originally Posted by turf3 View Post
Note how the kitchens of the 20s, 30s, and 40s, advertised in a magazine and expressing "expensive upper-middle-class taste", would be derided and scorned by today's 20-somethings as "too small", "dowdy" and "cramped", yet they seemed to work OK for people like Joan Fontaine (who, for those of you who don't remember a time before cell phones, was an actress of considerable fame and fortune, though not in the very tippy-top star rank).
Oh please. Every single kitchen in those photos is much bigger than mine. MUCH bigger.
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