Art Deco/Art Moderne
This lavender, known as orchid, was one of the most popular shades of the 1930s and the Art Deco movement. The color was used in bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchens, and as an accent for painted furniture. It was often grouped with peach and sea foam green in interiors, where the ceiling might feature a light tint of one of those three colors. Plumbing fixtures in orchid were among the most fashionable trends of the 1930s bathroom.
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Color Schemes with Art Deco: