Every year has its home design claims to fame\u2014or, in some cases, shame and, We have seen it all! There's a reason we look back at old photos... so we can be sure not to re-live those styles again! From mirrored and metallic finishes and wallpapers to curved walls\u00a0and glass bricks accents to the overkill of florals and ruffles, wood paneling galore, shag carpets with shag rugs with shag bathrooms, round showers, Avocado Green and Yellow Harvest kitchens, the very multiple mixes of patterns...the list is endless. Some\u00a0were hot and some were not so hot. And while some have made a comeback, some hopefully never will. What was the decor trend, when you came into this world? 1950 We love pink, but\u00a0this\u00a0is just a bit too frilly for our liking. Pinterest\/Mollythebunny 1951 Let's just say\u00a0red bunting\u00a0wasn't the best decor idea. Pinterest\/Eve Leitzsey. 1953 While we are all for\u00a0neutrals, these colors and prints together are definitely uninspiring. Pinterest\/Tia Grafico 1954 We think\u00a0red vinyl\u00a0should be limited to retro diner booths. Pinterest\/Danae Murphy. 1955 Homes the color of\u00a0pea soup\u00a0was all the rage in 1955. Pinterest\/Danae Murphy. 1956 While the look is nice, we think most people would prefer real beds over\u00a0daybeds. Pinterest\/Mend 1957 Yellow\u00a0is definitely not the most calming color for your work environment. Pinterest\/Plan52.com 1958 Rococo revivals\u00a0are not really the most inspired trend. Pinterest\/UglyHousePhotos 1959 Ditsy florals, especially in matching bedding and curtains, saw a resurgence this year. Pinterest\/Click Americana 1960 That walnut and green\u00a0color combo\u00a0definitely does not tickle our fancy. Pinterest\/Such Nice Things 1961 While it might be good at hiding dirt, dark\u00a0brown couches\u00a0in the fabric aren't our fave. Especially when you coordinate with orange throw pillows. Pinterest\/Gallery Of Graphic Design 1962 2017 isn't the first time that\u00a0greenery\u00a0was on trend. Pinterest 1963 There came a time when\u00a0striped couches\u00a0became extremely popular and no one knew why. Pinterest\/Keith Harrison 1964 We are definitely happy the all-green kitchen went out of style. Pinterest\/Michelle Desirderio 1965 Big florals\u00a0were in every bathrobe, bed, and curtain back in the mid-sixties. Pinterest\/Such Nice Things. 1966 White\u00a0patio furniture\u00a0inside? Not really our jam. Pinterest\/Click Americana 1967 While we love\u00a0outrageous wallpaper, this palette is mildly headache inducing. Pinterest\/Debbie Fanton 1968 This\u00a0circular shower\u00a0definitely seems claustrophobic. Classic Film\/Flickr 1969 Those iconic orange and yellow cabinets were not one of the finest decor choices of the sixties. Pinterest 1970 Red-lacquered kitchens\u00a0used to be all the rage. Pinterest\/Maria Miller Price. 1971 Is this\u00a0mustard tone\u00a0making anyone happy? Pinterest\/Maja 1972 While\u00a0Missoni prints\u00a0are fun, they got a little bit\u00a0too\u00a0popular in the seventies. Pinterest\/Retro Renovation 1973 Unless it is a darkroom, no room has to be\u00a0this red. Nadja Robot\/Flickr 1974 You gotta love the '70s where you could find\u00a0shag carpeting\u00a0literally everywhere. Pinterest\/Debbie Fanton 1975 Why did\u00a0wall-to-wall plaid\u00a0become trendy? Pinterest\/Blue Cotton 1976 While we love all the\u00a0innovative designs\u00a0around this time, some seem a bit unnecessary. Pinterest\/Lorolish Worles 1977 Sticking with just one\u00a0wallpaper choice\u00a0is usually a good idea. Pinterest\/Retro Renovation 1978 While the idea of\u00a0sunken spaces\u00a0is cool, we can imagine that these designs were not the most kid-friendly. Pinterest\/Tumblr 1979 This bathroom\u00a0is\u00a0so\u00a0'70s, but also a bit of a headache. Pinterest\/Flickr 1980 Track lighting\u00a0took all the glamour out of light fixtures. Pinterest\/Jamie Sanks.\u00a0 1981 Does this opulent yuppie style remind you of anyone? Warner Bros. 1982 Stained glass pendants were all the rage in the early '80s. Universal Pictures 1983 Glass block walls\u00a0go hand in hand with polyester tracksuits as a '80s trend that we don't want to see again. Jodi Jacobson\/iStock 1984 In the age of Laura Ashley, shabby chic prints were everywhere. Universal Pictures 1985 Here's the origin of\u00a0farmhouse-style\u00a0prints. Pinterest\/Tara Linhart 1986 People call these grandma curtains for a reason. Paramount Pictures 1987 We love\u00a0pastel, but not this kind of pastel. Pinterest\/Ugly House Photos. 1988 Who thought\u00a0carpeted bathrooms\u00a0were a good idea? Pinterest\/The Star 1989 Ugly pastels\u00a0strike again. Pinterest\/Becky Houghton 1990 The '90s definitely brought in an\u00a0overdone country style. Pinterest\/Rosalind Smith White. 1991 Vintage\u00a0frilly spaces\u00a0were everywhere in the early '90s. Pinterest\/The Art Of The Room 1992 Dark sage\u00a0crept into kitchen designs and sparked a trend that was just a bit too dreary for our liking. Pinterest\/Christopher Iron 1993 Now, this is how to go too far on a\u00a0jewel tone trend. Pinterest\/Chloe Webster 1994 We prefer the\u00a0plaid-less styles\u00a0of IKEA today. Pinterest\/Historian Emma. 1995 While a maximalist look is great, the mix and match style of the mid-nineties was a bit too much. NBC 1996 While\u00a0Japanese decor\u00a0is great, it definitely teetered on appropriation throughout the '90s for some people. Japanese Accents In Western Interiors 1997 French country toile\u00a0was\u00a0everywhere\u00a0during this decade and it wasn't necessarily the most inspired look. Pinterest\/Tracy Vendsen 1998 Once again, someone thought\u00a0dark sage\u00a0was a good neutral. Pinterest\/Rick Loomis. 1999 Outdoor neutrals\u00a0were brought indoors for some reason in 1999. Pinterest\/Witt Construction 2000 Red and yellow floral fabrics\u00a0were quite the early 2000s mainstay. Pinterest\/Witt Construction Credits:\u00a0lonny.com Share this story on Facebook with your friends.