This 1970s time capsule home will strain your eyes in the best way

Photos courtesy of The Daily Mail
Photos courtesy of The Daily Mail

Super-groovy Homie, Deirdre, emailed me and said, "Totally untouched '70s condo for sale! Amazing, no?! YES. Ahem. Sorry, got a bit excited." Dude, do NOT EVER say sorry for finding me an amazing time capsule home. Are you guys ready to get your groove on? Whether you hate this or love this, it's definitely going to have an impact on your day and your eyes…

That. Fucking. Wallpaper!!!
That. Fucking. Wallpaper!!!
Holy crap, is that a lucite headboard!?
Holy crap, is that a lucite headboard!?
No wait, THAT fucking wallpaper!
No wait, THAT fucking wallpaper!
My eyes almost broke trying to take in all the amazing details in this photo.
My eyes almost broke trying to take in all the amazing details in this photo.

If you want to break your eyes even more, head to the Daily Mail to check out even more photos and all the details on this retro pad!

  1. Whoa! It's like an interior designer was teleported from the 70's into that house and had a field day! Though it truly is not to my taste, I have to give credit where credit is due because wow!!

  2. Megan this place is insaaaaane! It is sooo overwhelming. Wow. So good. I want to roll around on the carpet and play sly and the family stone records.

  3. OH man! I wish I submitted a house my husband and I found while house hunting. It was out of price range, but it was a home that was clearly designed during the 70s but was kept in pristine condition. The carpet was indeed bright orange, not brown. It was one thing where if we bought it I just wouldn't be able to get myself to replace the stuff since it was still in such good condition!

      • I wish I was in a position to buy a house because I would buy this and not change anything!!! That round couch. OMG. I NEED ONE.

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