Quite possibly Italian designer Giordani Bambino designed this 1950’s baby carriage as paparazzi proof for Hollywood folk –  “no prying eyes shall seeith my baby”.

If you have a thing for mid-century retro take a look at what Totally Kids has to offer.

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Every attic, basement, flea market to yard sale these days seems to have a dusty musty survivor 50’s table or a couple of retro kitchen chairs. Grandma’s set has seen better days, but somehow their allure remains.

Mid-century modern furniture is known not only for its great lines but also for its functionality and durability. Today, the plans used from the ’30s to ’50s for these sets with close to nine lives, have been pulled out and put back into production. So if it is that back to the future look that you want – you can put a classic retro diner set in your home. Choose from many vintage Formica and chrome table and chair sets. Styles and colors available for all decor.

7-Up Recipies From The 1960s

Recipe of the Day

Arizona Glaze for Ham

1-1/2 cups brown sugar

1 teaspoon cinnamon

1/2 teaspoon cloves

Grated rind of an orange

1-7 ounce bottle 7 Up

Mix brown sugar, cinnamon, cloves, and orange rind; stir in 7-Up. Spoon over ham during the last 30 minutes of baking time, using about 1/3 of the mixture every ten minutes. Makes 2 cups, enough for 6 to 10-pound ham.

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