’70s, baby.

We’re packing up and cleaning out to get ready for the remodel of the main floor, and I’m going through shelter magazines. Before I recycle it, I want to link to another article in the March 29, 2015 issue of T The New York Times Style Magazine by David Netto and Tom Delavan, Loving the Unlovable Decade. It’s subtitled, “Long derided as tacky and vulgar, the design of the ’70s is now a source of great inspiration.”

This issue also has an article about Gerald and Betty Ford’s house in Rancho Mirage, California – Restoration Politics, by Rob Haskell. The current owners bought the house with its original furnishings – including a seven-foot-tall portrait of Mrs. Ford that had been in the White House. Super cool.