My room in this rather new building on the edge of an old historical center was furnished sometime in the 60s, just when the apartment building was built. Most of the original furniture and equipment stayed in its place even when I was living there and I added few more things to it, not because I would like to enhance the "feeling" of the 60s but because I just happened to like design of the same time period, and what´s more, I dug those things in my parents house when I was looking for some utility equipment before moving in.
From what you see in the pictures, the TV (from the 80s!), the coffee set and the black and white curtain reaching the floor are mine. The experienced design viewers definitely recognize IKEA rugs and the lamp, both pretty new. The painting above the table was by my friend who I shared the apartment with, she studied at the Academy at the time. The coffee set was actually a recent find in the thrift shop and later it turned out that it was a unique piece and I had been more lucky than I could have thought (I will come back to it one day).
The furniture in the apartment wasn't anything special, what can one expect from the socialistic industrial producing that was far behind the current stream and not only that, materials and quality of work weren't anything great either, but it had some hallmarks of design of that time period and I also liked the pale green color of PVC on the floor that went well together with red and white stripy rugs thrown over the armchairs, that were made of 100% chemical yarn.
I like the photographs but I don' t miss that time really that passed between those four walls, it was nice but... Anyway, it's a deep history now.