Post Modern

Beginning in the 1960s, strong earth tones, such as this coral taken from a 1965 wallpaper, made their way into interiors. These colors were often used as accents on a single wall or room divider. Outside, a door might be painted in this shade to contrast with natural stained redwood or cedar siding. The Feminine Mystique by Betty Friedan has developed the reputation as the novel that set off the women's movement in the 1960s. Published in February, 1963, the novel caused many women to challenge their domestic situation and changed the future roles of women in society.

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Color Schemes with Mystique :

North Gallery
Guilded White
Andover Cream
Eclectic Trim

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