Born in 1962

The Yellow Oval Room at the White House, decorated by Sister Parish for Jackie Kennedy, 1962
Nanna Ditzel chair, made by Povl Christiansen

Scimitar Chair, Danish Modern
G Plan furniture, Retro Furniture

1962 Barbie Dream House, on Ebay
Beguiling lamp tables by Edward Wormley for Dunbar, at 1st Dibs
Verner Panton Swivel Chairs, at 1st Dibs
Regency Bench by Charles Hollis Jones, at 1st Dibs

A Lit Table Lamp by Tobia Scarpa for Flos, at 1st Dibs

Marina City, Chicago

The TWA Terminal at JFK Airport, designed by Eero Saarinen

Seattle’s Space Needle

xoxo Linda

14 thoughts on “Born in 1962”

    The decoration of the White House in 1962 looks so frenchie . It seems we are in ” L’Elysée” ( our french president home)

  2. Wow, first time to your site, Happy Birthday!

    Haven’t seen a Barbie Dream house in awhile! 🙂 Wish I still had mine (so much easier to keep up with than the house I have now!).

    I will be back! You have lots of great information and I look forward to reading it!

  3. Thanks everyone and welcome Melissa!

    Merci Melanie! – yes the White House was very French at the time, Jackie (Bouvier) Kennedy raised eyebrows with the Frenchiness of her style – including, I believe, importing a French chef. Quel horreur!

  4. happy happy happiest of birthdays! what a lovely post you created – so much fabulousness in one year!

    your blog is rapidly becoming one of my daily must-reads!

  5. Happy Belated Birthday, Linda! (And way to go Bob and Dot.)

    Hope that your b’day was the perfect beginning of the next year in your life.

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