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Re: Colored Flowers Credenza By Cayenablanca

I like it---just enough of a pop of color for me

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Re: Colored Flowers Credenza By Cayenablanca

The floral design on the front is borderline appealing but the ugly wood grain sides and top and the awful legs take it the distance to 'no way'...


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Re: Colored Flowers Credenza By Cayenablanca

I don't rmember the 60's, I was born in 1962 but my first impression was that this something one would have seen in the 1960's.  Mad Men vibes.

 

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Re: Colored Flowers Credenza By Cayenablanca

Oh my, no.

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Re: Colored Flowers Credenza By Cayenablanca

It's a big fat NO for me!

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Re: Colored Flowers Credenza By Cayenablanca

Very different, legs are tripping hazard. Not my style. 

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Re: Colored Flowers Credenza By Cayenablanca

Nope, not for me, not my style!  I would walk right past it without even noticing it!

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Re: Colored Flowers Credenza By Cayenablanca

 Mid-century?  Mod-Mid-Century?

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Re: Colored Flowers Credenza By Cayenablanca

I like it although not my style.  It would certainly be a stand-out piece in the right type of home.  Absolutely HATE the legs, though!  They remind me of a tv tray stand. 

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Re: Colored Flowers Credenza By Cayenablanca

I'm with kittyloo: there's a trashy essence to it.