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1960s dÃ©cor refers to a distinct style of interior decoration that became prominent in the 1960s and early 1970s. Green, (such as pea green and drab), yellow, pink, and orange (such as peach and saffron) hues were popular for wallpaper, carpets, curtains, sofas, chair seats, and cushions, often with patterns or bright flowers. English decorator David Hicks was an important influence on interiors in the 1960s, inspired by bright colours associated with India. Hicks popularized use of "psychedelic patterns and acid-edged colors," peaking in the period 1967-1973, a time when there was interest in the Hippie movement and "flower power." In the same era, Dorothy Draper, one of Manhattan's top interior decorators of the 1960s, used 'dull' white and 'shiny' black as one of her favorite combinations.The "Retro Modern" style is associated with the decades of the 1950s and 1960s. As a furniture material, polypropylene, which was manufactured in colors that could be matched to paint chips, came into its own. Foam molding, mostly used as upholstery cushions, became a basic structural unit for furniture in the early 1960s. Large areas, such as sofas, beds, carpets, drapes and wallcovers, were covered in vibrant colors and patterns. Employing "psychedelic intensity", the colors and styles were influenced by India, Spain, and the Mediterranean.In the 1950s and 1960s, specialized patterns in wall painting were developed. Sherwin-Williams manufactured an Applique system and similar systems were manufactured by Karl HÃ¶hn, also Reuss, in Germany.Many hotels and restaurants retain their dÃ©cor from the 1960s or specifically employ Sixties-style features to give them a more nostalgic sensibility. Pink or orange paintwork, bedspreads, and curtains, which were fashionable in the 1960s, however, are considered by some to be "hideous" or "painful," today. As Paul Evans put it, "For many the popular image of 1960s home design was of ephemerality and excess, of plastic or paper chairs and lurid carpets and wallpaper." Television series from the era, such as The Avengers, Batman, The Man from U.N.C.L.E, Bewitched, The Saint, and Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) provide fine examples of the type of dÃ©cor popular during this period and are an important aspect of the look of the productions; for the latter, orange hues are included in the title design.
Article Title : 1960s decor
Article Snippet :1960s dÃ©cor refers to a distinct style of interior decoration that became prominent in the 1960s and early 1970s. Green, (such as pea green and drab)
Article Title : Shabby chic
Article Snippet :opulent, yet cottage-style decor, often with an affected feel is emphasized to differentiate it from genuine period decor. Shabby chic items are often
Article Title : Jeremiah Brent
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Article Title : Israeli cuisine
Article Snippet :incorporates many foods traditionally included in other Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisines, so that spices like za'atar and foods such as falafel, hummus
Article Title : Hookah lounge
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Article Title : Mohamed Diab
Article Snippet :from prison during the Egyptian revolution and his rebound to power back home on the island. The film set new Egyptian box office records becoming the
Article Title : Roman Empire
Article Snippet :Rome. As a polity it included large territorial holdings around the Mediterranean Sea in Europe, Northern Africa, and Western Asia ruled by emperors.
Article Title : Pithos
Article Snippet :applied to such containers used among the civilizations that bordered the Mediterranean Sea in the Neolithic, the Bronze Age and the succeeding Iron Age. Pithoi
Article Title : Hamsa
Article Snippet :protection from bad luck and evil people. The Hamsa is incorporated in many home decor items, but still, the most common use is in jewelry. In fact, most Moroccan
Article Title : Fascism
Article Snippet :regimes that were not functionally fascist borrowed elements of fascist decor in order to lend themselves an aura of force, vitality, and mass mobilization"
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