Jazz Age

Jazz Age

1920-1940
Art Deco/Art Moderne

This deep Spanish blue, used both inside and outside the home, comes from a 1939 paint. As the sunny California culture began to influence the national taste, elements of Mediterranean architecture appeared in houses across the country. Shutters and doors, traditionally painted dark green, might sport a lively dark blue instead; while the interior might add Spanish blue tile to the bathroom. The Jazz Age, coined by The Great Gatsby author F. Scott Fitzgerald, is described as an "anything goes" era that started after World War I and ended at the start of the Great Depression. Although the name was based on the popular music trend, this era symbolizes individualism.

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Color Schemes with Jazz Age :


Winter Meadow
Jazz Age
Jewett White
Industrial Steel
Jazz Age
Automotive
Century Beige
Jazz Age
Modern White

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