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More Guess the Decade:
Well, the Womb Settee was offered from 1950 to 1978, so that should rule out the 1940's.
The Chinese scroll is hanging sideways....
Chinese was a big influence in home decor after WWII see...http://retrorenovation.com/2008/01/11/50s-and-60s-chinese-ancestor-paintings-stephan-clues-us-in/
And by that I mean Chinese and other Asian imports. I really should proof before I send.My parents have a set of china that my grandfather brought out of occupied japan.
For some reason I thought that was 1960's urban graffiti instead of Chinese symbols. Although the concept kinda makes me want to do my own kind of scroll...
womb chair is 1948
This is a toughie. It could be either late '60's early '70's. I wish I could see those books a little closer! That would make life easy. They look new. The Womb chair looks lived in.
Womb chair is 1948, settee is 1950, if I'm not mistaken. (Writing this while sitting on my womb settee).
The art says at most very early sixties, except for the mirror. That little round mirror (assuming that's what it is) is very now, but I voted 50s.
I love Saarinen. *le sigh*
It all looks like trendy late 50s.
When people hung Chinese scroll, PLEASE, please check which side is up. To look at Chinese characters upside down or side ways is hard to accept for people who understand the meaning of the character. This ruins the picture no matter how beautifully the room is decorated.
I voted 70s because this looks like a collection of the best from several decades -- the throw and dried flowers and stack of coffee table books looks like classic Sunset Magazine accents.
Timeless beauty of modernism... I'll say 1953.
I said 1950's but the more I think about it, I think early-1960's might be right.
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