Tuesday, September 20, 2011
The Bird Cage Kitchen
And even if it had - I wouldn't make it more like a birdcage by painting cage lines on the walls and decorating the cabinets with pictures of birdcages. And an actual bird in a cage instead of an overhead light. You know, just in case I forgot where I was. In a not-so-gilded cage, that's where, whipping up birdseed casseroles and Jell-O molds shaped like parakeets.
And when that birdseed casserole comes out of the oven, you can eat it right in your cage, oh yes! Because the lady who is the heroine of this ad (for linoleum floors, by the way) says that she found a way to make this a cheery little eat-in kitchen cage.
And look, there's even a pull out table for your kid. Right next to the oven. And near a counter where a breadboard with a knife lying on it is just almost hanging off the edge of the sassy red counter top. Yeah, that looks safe. And fun. Don't forget fun! In fact, why not just build a pull-down sofa in there too and just live in the birdcage? Home tweet home.
This is from the delightful LiveJournal Vintage Ads.