I found a fabulous book that was published sometime in the sixties, House and Garden's Complete Guide to Interior Decoration, and was shocked to see many similarities in today's designs.
I was having flashbacks of Domino as I looked at these images.
Again, white painted Chippendale chairs with a parsons table. Looks a lot like something Windsor Smith would design. Love the large cabinet on the far wall.
Typical entryway of today's shelter magazines. Vermilion parsons table with large urns/vases and Asian inspired side chairs. Notice the stuffed animal head which is so popular again.
(I should know the name of the animal pictured, as my eight year old is a walking encyclopedia of animals. Maybe I should pay more attention to him when he's telling me the names).
Bedroom with fabric covered walls, graphic print rug and python end table. Everything in this room is current except for the lamp.
This is the adjoining office to the bedroom. Again, everything here but the lamp could be featured in one of today's shelter magazines. This room screamed Domino.
Dark floors, zebra rug, white sofa, metal tray table, dark ceiling beams, french chair, and pops of red. Need I say more?
Classics are classics. Each generation just reinvents or tweaks them slightly to fit their lifestyle.