If you’re looking for home decor with a hint of the good ol’ days, there’s a house for you in East Dallas.

Located at 2534 Telegraph Ave. in White Rock Hills, the 1950s home sports a vibrant interior design that reflects the positive outlook that gripped Americans after World War II.

Each room is painted in bright colors that hint of the psychedelic hues to come in the 1960s. The front room is a burnt mustard, the kitchen and living room are magenta and the bedrooms come in varying shades of caramel and hot pink.

The home was built in 1958 and still has many original elements, such as hardwood floors, swirled ceilings and a main bathroom with vintage pink and ceramic tile, CultureMap reported.

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The kitchen features classic plywood cabinets with copper handles, a wall oven and a gas cooktop inlaid into a peninsula room dividers with a curved exterior and shelves. The kitchen opens into a living room with a Flintstones fireplace, according to CultureMap.

The three-bedroom, two-bathroom house sits on a quarter-acre lot and comes with a two-car garage.

The house is listed by Mike Mazyck Realty for $220,000. It will be sold via an auction.


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