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15 Pictures That Remind Us Of Just How Hilariously Ugly Homes Were In The 70s

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The 70s were a pretty amazing decade for all kinds of things, but home decor is probably not one of them. Seriously, just look at how awful these places look.

And we thought grunge in the 90s had a ton of plaid

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I call it "lumberjack chic"

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A puke-yellow princess bed? Why not!

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Gotta love the cobblestone wall

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Nothing quite says "the 70s" like teal everything

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Man, those chairs

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Seriously, just look at the rest of these...

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