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We look back at a Spanish decorator's furry makeover of a tiny apartment.
They say hindsight is 20/20, and this interior decorating article from August 1978 supports that theory. Even at the time, we knew this apartment’s radical look wasn’t for everyone (“Quite frankly, this apartment takes a little getting used to,” Marilynn Reynolds writes). Decorator Pedro Alejos certainly had a vision, and although 2015 readers might not agree a space should have more fur than furniture, this apartment bursts with ’70s character.Click the picture below to start the slideshow, and find more throwbacks here.