Wednesday, May 05, 2010

Patio Furniture: 1974

Patterns such as this were really good at attracting bees.

9 comments:

Autumnforest said...

Jeez, I'm freakin' yuppie, because I'm thinking those are so mid-century, they're kinda cool and hip again! However, I seriously think it would screw with the honey bees and hummingbird's minds, huh? Could be fun to watch after a couple drinks with my friends around the pool.

Arkonbey said...

I agree! I could so see us on our lawn drinking cosomos in those. I especially dig that canopied lounge.

wee67 said...

It looks like a floral print grenade was tossed onto that patio and this is what remains of the explosion.

Julie said...

Looks like something my parents had in their backyard when I was growing up.

John III said...

Looks like my garden threw up...

Autumn, what do you do that you always post on here at 1am? You are so faithful it's like clockwork!

Patio Furniture said...

@John III: LOL

Anyway, I think the design is too flowery. Are these really the furniture design's back in the 60's-70's? I was thinking it'd be more simpler, like something made of wood perhaps.

Anonymous said...

My parents had that in the backyard when I was a kid....think it finally left in 85.

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Denver Patios said...

Even though they are old they still got the look, perfect patio sets for an old theme house.

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