Counter Culture

Counter Culture

1960-1980
Post Modern

This deep orange brick color is from a 1968 wallpaper. Deep shades of gold, red-orange, and redbrown provided bursts of color in houses painted in warm beige, tan, or cinnamon tones.
The 1960s brought about an era in which the youth of the nation would rise up and change the social order. A counter culture was formed that did away with the current societal rules and created a haven for non-conformists. These inspirational leaders started the foundation for the revolt against 'the Man.'

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Color Schemes with Counter Culture :


Sea Oats
Counter Culture
Summer Haze
Automotive
Counter Culture
Sharkskin
War Weary
Counter Culture
Clam Shell

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