The Perfect Home From 1951 to 2000 Based on IKEA Catalogs

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The Perfect Home From 1951 to 2000 Based on IKEA Catalogs
The Perfect Home From 1951 to 2000 Based on IKEA Catalogs
The Perfect Home From 1951 to 2000 Based on IKEA Catalogs

This is how the perfect home from 1951 to 2000 based on IKEA catalogs used to look like. It’s the way you should have modeled your entire home throughout the decades if you were the kind of person who always wanted to be fashionable when it comes to interior design.

If you analyze closely, and take each yearly catalog in part, you will realize that interior design trends always comeback, almost like clock work. This is something to think about whenever you’re redesigning a room, or your entire house and you’re thinking about throwing away some old furniture. Try keeping it in storage for 15-20 years and who knows. You could start making a fortune out of selling vintage furniture.

IKEA, founded in 1943 by a 17-year-old named Feodor Ingvar Kamprad, is the world’s leading furniture provider for most of the people who want to revamp their homes in a new and modern way.

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The Perfect Home From 1951 to 2000 Based on IKEA Catalogs
The Perfect Home From 1951 to 2000 Based on IKEA Catalogs

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IKEA is an acronym, coming from the founder’s name plus the initials of the words Elmtaryd (the farm where he grew up) and Aggunaryd, his Swedish hometown. Adding all of them together forms the worldwide famous brand called IKEA.

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Nordic Style Magazine has collected the covers of vintage IKEA catalogs which portrayed the perfect home starting from 1951 and all the way up the the year 2000.

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The $43 billion company is still making waves and constantly growing. Which one is your favorite IKEA decade? How does your perfect home look like?