See The Worst Decor Trend From The Year You Were Born
Kitchens in the early '50s also had a unique and colorful aesthetic. First, Shaker-style cabinets were quite popular in the era, which gave many cuisines a very log-cabin vibe. Yet, when it came to accents and decor, red was often a popular hue. Rather incorporating it through cookware or ceramics, fabric was the way to go during the time. From window coverings to seat cushions, it showed up in many forms. Let's just say red bunting wasn't the best decor idea.