There’s so much texture in a ’70s kitchen! Much more than in just about any other decade of the 20th century, ’70s kitchen decor was filled with straw, rattan, caning, brick, and even yarn! All we can say is that it was a much different time.

Even this mod kitchen has textured parquet floors and rustic ceiling beams. Via/ Instagram

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There’s a lot of plaid and shutters going on here. It’s like colonial decor overdrive. Via/ State Archives of Florida
Stripes and damask together? Sure! No problem. Via/ Twitter

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Faux brick floors and fruit wallpaper go extremely well together and don’t listen to anyone who says different. Via/ Instagram
This kitchen seems almost bland compared to the others! We love the little TV on the counter though. Via/ State Archives of Florida

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Ombre cabinets, patterned tile floor, and striped wallpaper combine for a masterpiece of ’70s design. Via/ Instagram
When track lighting isn’t enough, just add some giant lightbulbs. Via/ Instagram

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Late ’70s colonial cottage chic. Finally some tile! Via/ Instagram
There’s so much going on here: a giant houseplant, bar height captain’s chairs, faux brick countertops, harvest yellow fridge, track lighting, and if you look closely you’ll see the hi-fi on the shelf! Via/ Instagram

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This faux Hoosier cabinet is very interesting. Via/ State Archives of Florida