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Interior Design through the Decades

Interior

Design

Through the Decades



1920s Art Deco

Bold colors and patterns

Sharp angles and zigzags

Deep red, bright blue,

black, teal, and orange



1930s-1940s Modernist

Simple and clean

Contrasting colors

and textures

Grey, red, black,

white, and orange



1950s Mid-Century Modern

Clean, minimalist lines

Unexpected colors

Blue, green, rust,

and pastels



1960s Minimalist

Heavily influenced by

Japanese design

Emphasis on

negative space

Red, yellow, blue,

black, and white



19700s Self Expression

Combination of high-tech

and natural elements

Bold patterns

Brick red, gold, avocado

green, pink, and rust



1980s The New Modern

Floral prints and patterns

Overstuffed furniture

Burgundy, gold, pastels,

beige, and mauve



1990s Individualist

Art deco, minimalist,

and modernist influences

Metal and glass accents

Grey, beige, hunter green,

peach, and mint green



21st Century Eclecticism

Functional yet

sophisticated comfort

Combines eclectic

elements with a unifying

theme

Navy, light blue, brown,

orange, soft yellow,

purple and olive

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Interior Design through the Decades

shared by BrittSE on Mar 12, 2013 in History

Interior Design through the Decades

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Creating a home design allows you to utilize your favorite décor elements from different decades in your own interior. Check out this infographic from Ken Golen Design in Fort Lauderdale to get inspi...
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