A Look at Girls’ College Dorm Rooms in the Seventies – Design You Trust

A Look at Girls’ College Dorm Rooms in the Seventies

From Aretha, Peanuts, Playboy, Woodstock, Paul Newman and Burt Reynolds posters to floral bed linens, these pictures, collected from dated yearbooks and found photographs, offer a look inside girls’ university dorm rooms and female student apartments around the seventies.

As time capsules, these images are undoubtedly some very interesting gems, they also are a treasure trove of pop culture memories, as you can clearly see from the amount of Peanuts posters in the rooms.

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