I love when I find a new retro ad for mid-century furniture, especially if that ad is for Broyhill Brasilia furniture.
The ad reads:
Bold new design inspired by the city of tomorrow...
Design copyright Broyhill Furniture Factories 1967
Colonades on bed, triple dresser and chest repeat the basic motif of the grouping. Bases on night table are a translation from the sweeping look of the Executive Palace of City of Brasilia.
Brasilia ... the newest city in the world ... now becomes BRASILIA ... the newest look in furniture. From the grace and grandeur of the free-flowing Colonades on the Palace of the Dawn (shown here), to the ultimate usefulness reflected throughout the Brazilian Capital, BRASILIA ... the furniture is an accurate translation of Brasilia, the city. Created by Broyhill Premier, BRASILIA, the furniture, is of soft-toned Walnut, lightly accented with rosewood. Its pure, architectural beauty and practicality make it a "must see" for today's home. See our BRASILIA displays now.