1. BRIGHT AND LOUD FRIDGES
The kitchens of the 1950s were all brightly coloured. This was perhaps intentional. The teals, oranges, pink and baby blues were used to “lighten the workload of women and reduce their drudgery”, according to the 1950 editors of House Beautiful magazine. To match the kitchens that they called home, fridges of the time were also brightly-hued. However, you don’t have to worry about these fridges’ capabilities: they may look retro, but they have all the makings of a hightech fridge, from automatic defrost modes to adjustable temperature controls.