Vintage 60s chair with a polkadot background and a glow around the image

Can you match the decade to the furniture?

Furniture is a vital part of everyday life – from sleeping, to eating, to binge-watching our favourite shows. But can you match furniture pieces to the decade they were made? Take a seat (or a table, maybe even a cabinet) and let’s find out…

Question 1 out of 14:

When was the bold carpet made?

Carpet decorated with bold shapes
Question 2 out of 14:

What about this inlaid dressing table?

Dressing table with mirror decorative veneers
Question 3 out of 14:

When was this gold-leaf chair produced?

Moulded fibreglass chair covered with gold leaf
Question 4 out of 14:

When was this painted screen created?

Canvas painted screen depicting bathers
Question 5 out of 14:

How about this plastic stool?

Purple plastic stool
Question 6 out of 14:

When was this oak desk made?

Oak dressing table
Question 7 out of 14:

When was this  structural chair designed?

Blue and white fibreglass armchair
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Just a quick random question – you don’t have to answer it if you don’t want to.

Have you heard of the V&A Museum (or Young V&A)?

[This doesn’t affect your result]

I found out today 19%

I already knew about it 26%

Nope, it’s new to me 26%

Not really sure what that is 29%

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Question 8 out of 14:

How about this wooden rocking horse?

Wooden rocking horse
Question 9 out of 14:

What about this stackable plastic and steel chair?

Red plastic and steel chair
Question 10 out of 14:

When was this decorative clock created?

Green and gold decorative free standing clock
Question 11 out of 14:

How about this chrome-framed desk?

Stained oak desk with chrome steel frame
Question 12 out of 14:

In which decade was this sofa bed first sold?

Single sofa bed with black fabric seat and wooden sides
Question 13 out of 14:

When was this bent plywood chair created?

Bent plywood chair
Question 14 out of 14:

What about this tiny rocking chair?

Wooden doll-sized rocking chair with horse illustration

Are you ready to get your results?

Customised blue and white adidas trainers, with comical stick on eyes, nose and teeth dancing back and forth. 

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