Time capsule of the 1930s with pre-war furniture, gadgets, charcoal fires and GEC kitchen

Aaron Whiteside (above), 36, of Blackpool, Lancashire, decided to decorate his home like a typical English house from the 1930s. Outside, the modest three-room semi resembles the rest of the suburban street, but a step in leads one to a bygone era

Each time Aaron Whiteside crosses the door of his house, he returns to the 1930s, after transforming his house into one before the war.

Whiteside, 36, has dreamed of living in a house of the 30s with authentic gadgets and furniture of the time since he was a child of five years.

He is the proud owner of a modest three-bedroom house built in 1937, which looks like the rest of the suburban street from the outside, but is a time capsule inside.

Aaron Whiteside (above), 36, of Blackpool, Lancashire, decided to decorate his home like a typical English house from the 1930s. Outside, the modest three-room semi resembles the rest of the suburban street, but a step in leads one to a bygone era

Aaron Whiteside (above), 36, of Blackpool, Lancashire, decided to decorate his home like a typical English house from the 1930s. Outside, the modest three-room semi resembles the rest of the suburban street, but a step in leads one to a bygone era

The house also works as before the war, heated by four charcoal fires and without double-glazed windows. In the photo: the living room of Mr. Whiteside, which has a fireplace in the center of the room and a rare wallpaper of the time

The house also works as before the war, heated by four charcoal fires and without double-glazed windows. In the photo: the living room of Mr. Whiteside, which has a fireplace in the center of the room and a rare wallpaper of the time

The house also works as before the war, heated by four charcoal fires and without double-glazed windows. In the photo: the living room of Mr. Whiteside, which has a fireplace in the center of the room and a rare wallpaper of the time

The enthusiast of the 30s has been imagining the house of setbacks since he was five years old, which is when he began his love for the time.

The enthusiast of the 30s has been imagining the house of setbacks since he was five years old, which is when he began his love for the time.

The enthusiast of the 30s has been imagining the house of setbacks since he was five years old, which is when he began his love for the time.

Everything inside is from a bygone era, including the odd wallpaper, the charcoal fires and the electric stove, which was one of the first of its kind.

Mr. Whiteside remembers seeing the junk stores at the age of five, picking up an old radiogram, vacuum cleaner, choppers and gas lamps during trips with his grandmother's sister.

Since then, little by little he has fallen in love with the style and way of life of the decade.

Mr. Whiteside remembers seeing the junk shops at the age of five, picking up an old radiogram, vacuum cleaner, choppers and gas lamps during trips with his grandmother's sister

Mr. Whiteside remembers seeing the junk shops at the age of five, picking up an old radiogram, vacuum cleaner, choppers and gas lamps during trips with his grandmother's sister

Mr. Whiteside remembers seeing the junk shops at the age of five, picking up an old radiogram, vacuum cleaner, choppers and gas lamps during trips with his grandmother's sister

The bachelor bought his current home in Blackpool, Lancashire, for £ 87,000 in 2007, after having remained empty for almost a decade.

The bachelor bought his current home in Blackpool, Lancashire, for £ 87,000 in 2007, after having remained empty for almost a decade.

The bachelor bought his current home in Blackpool, Lancashire, for £ 87,000 in 2007, after having remained empty for almost a decade.

Since then, he has worked tirelessly to transform the house, installing German wallpaper that was buried in a time capsule in the 1930s and cost him £ 100 per roll.

Since then, he has worked tirelessly to transform the house, installing German wallpaper that was buried in a time capsule in the 1930s and cost him £ 100 per roll.

Since then, he has worked tirelessly to transform the house, installing German wallpaper that was buried in a time capsule in the 1930s and cost him £ 100 per roll.

In the image: The living room inside the house has beige patterned sofas, antique paintings, retro art decor and mahogany cabinets

In the image: The living room inside the house has beige patterned sofas, antique paintings, retro art decor and mahogany cabinets

In the image: The living room inside the house has beige patterned sofas, antique paintings, retro art decor and mahogany cabinets

He bought his current home in Blackpool, Lancashire, for £ 87,000 in 2007 after it had remained empty for almost a decade.

The enthusiast has worked tirelessly to transform the house, installing German wallpaper that was buried in a time capsule in the 1930s and cost him £ 100 per roll.

He sleeps in a vintage bed, has a GEC kitchen, does not have a TV or refrigerator and still uses a cloth to wash his clothes.

When you enter the hallway of the house you will find blazers and vests of 1930s style hanging on the wall

When you enter the hallway of the house you will find blazers and vests of 1930s style hanging on the wall

When you enter the hallway of the house, you will find blazers and vests in the 1930s style on a small table with hats and a small card table with old-fashioned trunks sitting underneath.

Mr. Whiteside sleeps on a vintage bed, has a GEC kitchen, does not have a TV or refrigerator and still uses a cloth to wash clothes. Some parts of his kitchen even border the 1950s with its red and cream finish

Mr. Whiteside sleeps on a vintage bed, has a GEC kitchen, does not have a TV or refrigerator and still uses a cloth to wash clothes. Some parts of his kitchen even border the 1950s with its red and cream finish

Mr. Whiteside sleeps on a vintage bed, has a GEC kitchen, does not have a TV or refrigerator and still uses a cloth to wash clothes. Some parts of his kitchen even border the 1950s with its red and cream finish

The house also has a Hotpoint electric washer with a mangle and a 1934 electric vacuum cleaner that Mr. Whiteside has been using since he was a child

The house also has a Hotpoint electric washer with a mangle and a 1934 electric vacuum cleaner that Mr. Whiteside has been using since he was a child

The house also has a Hotpoint electric washer with a mangle and a 1934 electric vacuum cleaner that Mr. Whiteside has been using since he was a child

Not content with the simple fact of resembling the 1930s, the house also functions as before the war, heated by four charcoal fires and without double-glazed windows.

He said: & # 39; Since the age of five years I always liked music, many people think I've been here before.

"My grandmother's sister took me through the junk stores and picked up many gramophones.

Whiteside, who runs Whiteside Windows, is currently single, but admits he is not looking for someone who shares the same interest.

Whiteside, who runs Whiteside Windows, is currently single, but admits he is not looking for someone who shares the same interest.

Whiteside, who runs Whiteside Windows, is currently single, but admits he is not looking for someone who shares the same interest.

"The first item I bought was an old radiogram from the 1950s and an old vacuum cleaner, as well as old grinders and gas lamps, it's all about bits of how it all started and since then it's been a bit out of control.

"I have tried to make sure that all the items in the house are original, instead of replicas.

"My pride of joy is an avant-garde HMV gramophone from 1937.

He said: "None of my partners have shared the same interests, but I think if I had ever met someone, they would have to have their own house."

He said: "None of my partners have shared the same interests, but I think if I had ever met someone, they would have to have their own house."

He said: "None of my partners have shared the same interests, but I think if I had ever met someone, they would have to have their own house."

"It came from an old house in the south, where pieces and pieces were sold, and a friend of a friend told me about it.

"Anyone who comes to the house loves it, I do not say they want to live in it, but I really have not had any negative comments."

Mr. Whiteside loves the vocalists of the 1930s, including Judy Garland, Jessie Matthews and Billie Holiday, and even watches silent movies.

Mr. Whiteside said: "Since I was five years old I always liked music, many people think I've been here before, my grandmother's sister took me through the junk shops and I picked up a lot of gramophones." In the photo: the living room in the house of the thirties

Mr. Whiteside said: "Since I was five years old I always liked music, many people think I've been here before, my grandmother's sister took me through the junk shops and I picked up a lot of gramophones." In the photo: the living room in the house of the thirties

Mr. Whiteside said: "Since I was five years old I always liked music, many people think I've been here before, my grandmother's sister took me through the junk shops and I picked up a lot of gramophones." In the photo: the living room in the house of the thirties

When he is at home, he wears vintage clothes, sports a trimmed haircut and a bearded finish and eats a diet from the 1930s, which includes cooking food with dripping meat.

"The house was built in 1937, so this house always had a toilet," he added.

& # 39; Works with coal so I have to light the fire in the back room for hot water.

"If I buy a beef rib and I have friends for tea, I'll cook it the old-fashioned way, I do not use oil.

& # 39; The washing machine I have is an electric Hotpoint with a mangrove. The vacuum cleaner is an electric vacuum cleaner from 1934 that I have been using since I was a child.

"The wall masks I picked up are hard to find, they are from an artist named John Douglas, I have the King on the wall and there are original paintings of art decoration from the thirties.

He said: & # 39; Anyone who comes to the house adores him, I do not say they want to live in it, but I really have not had any negative comments & # 39;

He said: & # 39; Anyone who comes to the house adores him, I do not say they want to live in it, but I really have not had any negative comments & # 39;

He said: & # 39; Anyone who comes to the house adores him, I do not say they want to live in it, but I really have not had any negative comments & # 39;

There's the Victorian organ and a big Edwardian dresser.

"The kitchen has the original tiles, the sink and the cabinets, it's pretty much standard marsh about how it was when it was built.

& # 39; The corridor is more or less as it was, apart from that it has a new wallpaper, it is an old reprint.

"The items that I have kind of go to until the 1940s. Even at the end of the war, you were still living in the thirties because there was no production."

Whiteside's love work has spread to different decades in certain aspects of his life. In the photo: Mr. Whiteside was next to his black Oxford Morris 1952

Whiteside's love work has spread to different decades in certain aspects of his life. In the photo: Mr. Whiteside was next to his black Oxford Morris 1952

Whiteside's love work has spread to different decades in certain aspects of his life. In the photo: Mr. Whiteside was next to his black Oxford Morris 1952

Whiteside, who runs Whiteside Windows, is currently single, but admits he is not looking for someone who shares the same interest.

He said: "None of my partners have shared the same interests, but I think if I had ever met someone, they would have to have their own house.

& # 39; I would have mine and then go between the two because I really do not compromise very well. If they started bringing Ikea items, I think I'll have a nervous breakdown. "

The love work of 36 years has also extended to different decades in certain aspects of his life.

In addition to driving a black Morris 1952 Oxford, some parts of his kitchen even skirt in the 1950s through its red and cream finish.

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