Combustion

Combustion

1900-1920
Craftsman/Arts & Crafts

A rich berry red, such as this color found in a 1907 wallpaper, was a staple of a craftsman dining room. Wine-colored walls in burgundy and claret have been popular for dining rooms since the early 19th century. The widespread refinement and use of the internal combustion engine directly impacted the mass production of the automobile during the 1910s and 20s, making car ownership more than an American dream.

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Color Schemes with Combustion:


Quincy Granite
Combustion
Automotive
Portobello
Combustion
Plymouth Beige
Jewett White
Combustion
Knightley Straw

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