8 Soviet apartments interior in 1950s-1970s USSR

Soviet apartments interior in 1950s-1970s USSR

Posted on February 7, 2017 by tim

Some photos of Soviet apartments in 1950s-1970s, just for you to get an idea. Most of Soviet families used the same typical furniture, carpets and household items, without much diversity, made in USSR they were.


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8 Responses to “Soviet apartments interior in 1950s-1970s USSR”

  1. Tutan Camon says:

    Carpets on the wall and pickles in the living room.Nice……

  2. Stan says:

    Looks VERY similar to the flat I’m living in now in Norwich. Very cosy and so much more homely than anything I see whenever I go round other people’s.. I guess they don’t know any better though..

  3. Stan says:

    Looks like my flat now. Would never change it; people always like coming round and think it’s homely

  4. Les. Hayward says:

    Looks very nice & comfortable.

  5. Douglas says:

    Three things. The living room was also used as a bedroom and still is in 2017. No wasted rooms. Russians love to put decorative carpets on the wall, as if they are artworks. The use of glass door cabinets to display their elegant glassware and dishes. All very cozy and lovely. Millions of tiny Khrushchyovka apartments are still in use.

  6. Chai says:

    While I am reasonable certain that these were NOT the homes of the ‘Average Josef’, I am still struck by the airiness, friendliness, and dedication to unobtrusive decoration… None at the expense of floorspace.

    That said, the large and beautiful cabinetry seems almost wasteful, yet, they bring a lovely feeling of ‘hominess’.

    Great photo collection.

  7. bjorn says:

    Now Russia has IKEA

  8. RB says:

    You gotta love that seventies boom box, and being a carpenter I love the woodwork.

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