Post-war interiors

Proposing A Post-War Palette

Spanning influences such as atomic design, Scandinavian cool and hints of exotic influences like Hawaii, the 1950s was a era of growing colour confidence.  While pastels may define the post-war period, more radical modern trends really came into play in the 1950s, influenced by everything from space exploration through to Scandinavian furniture design.

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3 thoughts on “Proposing A Post-War Palette

  1. Nice!

    Check this out:

    Grazie mille


    Nicola Scalea
    Area Manager

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    1. Nicola. I’ve put these two ranges on my Tile Addict wish list. Please keep me posted regarding any other interesting product launches from Cooperative Ceramica d’Imola as they happen. Cheers! Joe

  2. Hello.
    Know it had been awhile, but do you recall where the chartreuse sofa was from? It is pictured with the dark walls in the fifth photo.
    Thank you.

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